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1 FLORIDA EDUCATION FINANCE PROGRAM THIRD CALCULATION SCHOOL BUSINESS SERVICES OFFICE OF FUNDING AND FINANCIAL REPORTING Monday, December 21, 215

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS FEFP Calculation Comparisons... 1 FEFP Funding Summary Pages... 4 Appropriated Unweighted FTE by Program... 9 Unweighted FTE by Program... 1 Reported Weighted FTE Funded Weighted FTE by Program Additions to Funded Weighted FTE ESE Small Supplement CFS and DJJ Weighted FTE Using Program Weights Group 2 Weighted Enrollment Ceiling... 2 Group 2 Over / Under Cap Funded Group 2 Weighted FTE Florida Price Level Index (FPLI) and Cost Differential (DCD) Program Cost Factors Declining Enrollment Supplement Sparsity Supplement State-Funded Discretionary Contribution Mills Compression Adjustment Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Supplemental Allocation Safe Schools Allocation Exceptional Student Education Guaranteed Allocation Supplemental Academic Instruction (SAI) Instructional Materials Allocation Student Transportation Allocation Teachers Classroom Supply Assistance... 4 Reading Allocation Virtual Education Contribution Digital Classrooms Allocation Federally Connected Student Supplement Prior-Year Adjustments Summary Class Size Reduction Allocation Discretionary Lottery / School Recognition Allocation Required Local Effort Taxes Millage Rates Local Effort Taxes... 54

3 12/21/215 FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Page 1 of FEFP Third Calculation FEFP Comparison to Second FEFP Third Calculation STATEWIDE SUMMARY COMPARISON TO FEFP Second Calculation FEFP FEFP Second Third Percentage Calculation Calculation Difference Difference MAJOR FEFP FORMULA COMPONENTS Unweighted FTE 2,773, ,771,65.53 (2,68.16) -.7% Weighted FTE 3,9, ,7, (2,42.47) -.8% School Taxable Value 1,646,855,795,34 1,646,855,795,34 % Required Local Effort Millage % Discretionary Millage % Total Millage % Base Student Allocation 4, , % FEFP DETAIL WFTE x BSA x DCD (Base FEFP Funding) 12,514,27,38 12,53,847,184 (1,422,854) -.8% Declining Enrollment Supplement 1,12,65 3,56,33 1,953, % Sparsity Supplement 52,8, 52,8, % State-Funded Discretionary Contribution 16,215,89 15,661,51 (554,299) -3.42%.748 Mills Discretionary Compression 187,43, ,647,49 63,472.32% DJJ Supplemental Allocation 7,471,265 7,43,15 (68,115) -.91% Safe Schools 64,456,19 64,456,19 % ESE Guaranteed Allocation 959,182,58 959,182,58 % Supplemental Academic Instruction 648,91, ,91,576 % Instructional Materials 225,83, ,83,113 % Student Transportation 429,53,45 429,53,45 % Teachers Classroom Supply Assistance 45,286,75 45,286,75 % Reading Allocation 13,, 13,, % Virtual Education Contribution 15,76,547 15,86, ,23.98% Digital Classroom Allocation 6,, 6,, % Federally Connected Supplement 12,44,41 12,44,41 % TOTAL FEFP 15,37,21,568 15,361,876,7 (8,333,868) -.5% Less: Required Local Effort 7,65,79,31 7,65,79,31 % GROSS STATE FEFP 7,764,42,267 7,756,86,399 (8,333,868) -.11% Proration to Appropriation (5,82,893) 5,82,893-1% NET STATE FEFP 7,758,617,374 7,756,86,399 (2,53,975) -.3% STATE CATEGORICAL PROGRAMS Class Size Reduction Allocation 3,4,91,76 3,35,25,33 (5,885,43) -.19% Discretionary Lottery/School Recognition 134,582, ,582,877 % TOTAL STATE CATEGORICAL FUNDING 3,175,493,637 3,169,68,27 (5,885,43) -.19% TOTAL STATE FUNDING 1,934,111,11 1,925,694,66 (8,416,45) -.8% LOCAL FUNDING Total Required Local Effort 7,65,79,31 7,65,79,31 % Total Discretionary Taxes from.748 Mills 1,167,224,3 1,167,224,3 % TOTAL LOCAL FUNDING 8,773,14,331 8,773,14,331 % TOTAL FUNDING 19,77,125,342 19,698,78,937 (8,416,45) -.4% Total Funds per UFTE 7,15.6 7, %

4 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 2 of FEFP Third Calculation Comparisons FEFP Third Calculation Change in FTE and Funds Compared to the Second Calculation K-12 Unweighted FTE Students K-12 Total Funding 1 Alachua 2 Baker 3 Bay 4 Bradford 5 Brevard 6 Broward 7 Calhoun 8 Charlotte 9 Citrus 1 Clay 11 Collier 12 Columbia 13 Dade 14 DeSoto 15 Dixie 16 Duval 17 Escambia 18 Flagler 19 Franklin 2 Gadsden 21 Gilchrist 22 Glades 23 Gulf 24 Hamilton 25 Hardee 26 Hendry 27 Hernando 28 Highlands 29 Hillsborough 3 Holmes 31 Indian River 32 Jackson 33 Jefferson 34 Lafayette 35 Lake 36 Lee 37 Leon 38 Levy 39 Liberty 4 Madison 41 Manatee 42 Marion 43 Martin 44 Monroe 45 Nassau 46 Okaloosa 47 Okeechobee 48 Orange 49 Osceola 5 Palm Beach 51 Pasco 52 Pinellas 53 Polk 54 Putnam 55 St. Johns 56 St. Lucie 57 Santa Rosa 58 Sarasota 59 Seminole 6 Sumter 61 Suwannee 62 Taylor 63 Union 64 Volusia 65 Wakulla 66 Walton 67 Washington 68 Washington Special 69 FAMU Lab School 7 FAU - Palm Beach FAU - St. Lucie FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon UF Lab School Virtual School Percentage Percentage Second Third Difference Difference Second Third Difference Difference , , % 196,355, ,525,979 1,17,561.6% 4, , % 33,572,2 33,837,96 265,76.79% 27, ,4.78 (392.54) -1.43% 192,567, ,677,123 (89,641) -.46% 2, , % 21,988,41 22,469,119 48, % 72, , (972.42) -1.34% 518,981, ,866,616 (5,115,336) -.99% 267, , (166.83) 2, , , ,63.55 (69.69) 14, , , , , , (229.71) 1, , , 354,5.22 2,5.22 4, , , ,91.51 (7.13) 129, , (1,395.92) 4, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , (9.61) 5, ,265.9 (64.24) 7, ,72.7 (76.92) 21, , , , , , , , (23.34) 17, , (372.91) 6, , (23.) 1, , , , (33.65) 9, , (5.85) 33, , (8.9) 5, , (44.49) 1, , (37.43) 2, , (66.81) 47, , (861.78) 41, , , , (267.28) 8, , , , , , , , , ,99.71 (673.91) 59, ,3.27 1, , , (89.39) 69, , , ,658.1 (415.77) 98, , , , , , (389.5) 39, , (26.79) 26, , , ,5.77 (536.36) 66, ,15.38 (754.31) 8, , (214.4) 5, ,986.9 (11.9) 2, , , , (5.47) 61, , ,73.8 5,39.41 (34.39) 8, , , ,29.89 (58.62) (37.48) (1.36) 1, , , , (3.32) 1, , (4.97) 1,153. 1, (4.82) 32, , (1,341.15) -.6%.3% -.44% 1.1% 2.63% -.51%.32%.57% 1.4% -.34% -1.8%.35%.79% 1.65%.9% 2.3% 2.45% 5.73% -5.16% -1.21% -1.8%.4% 1.7%.29% -.74% -2.11%.95% -2.78%.52% -.72% -.1% -.3% -.82% -2.65% -2.63% -1.81%.74% -1.42%.7% 2.43%.13% 1.68% -.34% 2.13% -.43%.23% -.41%.94% 1.65% -1.7% -.53%.43% -1.26% -1.13% -2.53% -.2%.19% -.24%.71% -.68% 1.73% -1.79% -19.6% -.29% 2.22% 1.65% -.48% -.29% -3.54% -4.19% 1,888,951,988 16,692, ,619,839 13,286, ,738, ,745,5 71,533,261 2,537,62,964 34,2,225 15,455,875 91,897,29 28,13,539 86,745,22 9,515,595 39,7,459 19,865,878 12,829,243 13,335,242 12,999,913 37,39,63 5,562, ,885,27 83,62,564 1,465,764,253 23,49, ,84,6 46,44,977 6,985,793 8,727, ,731, ,586, ,629,751 4,697,129 11,475,81 18,559,91 336,72,52 285,518,295 14,955,856 71,83,43 79,36,75 216,69,22 44,595,815 1,38,819,14 47,87,542 1,381,36, ,591,71 724,447, ,135,685 74,64, ,73,44 272,484, ,174, ,942, ,226,293 6,628,69 39,882,427 19,329,54 16,73, ,622,591 35,72,161 64,45,289 23,867,16 1,383,925 3,82,734 8,267,519 9,687,535 5,247,69 12,12,22 8,71, ,39,648 1,888,382,612 (569,376) 16,654,394 (38,43) 112,486,57 (133,332) 13,92, , ,164,4 6,426,71 363,779,14 (965,91) 71,354,365 (178,896) 2,546,786,216 9,723,252 34,281,185 8,96 15,438,358 (17,517) 93,59,16 (7,388,13) 28,748, ,682 87,18, ,636 9,65,53 89,935 39,23,775 (46,684) 2,264,49 398,171 12,874,357 45,114 14,69, ,994 12,541,71 (458,212) 36,52,222 (537,381) 5,144,72 (417,54) 154,252, ,58 84,395, ,688 1,466,748, ,682 23,243,349 (247,426) 124,286,129 (1,797,877) 46,646,15 25,38 6,827,63 (158,19) 8,763,317 36,22 285,54,58 (226,744) 657,27,4 683, ,75,86 (923,945) 4,27,869 (489,26) 11,21,6 (274,21) 18,227,275 (332,626) 331,557,275 (5,145,245) 286,748,791 1,23, ,566,339 (3,389,517) 71,718,767 (84,276) 81,264,939 1,94, ,944, ,712 45,339, ,61 1,377,549,175 (3,269,929) 415,38,51 7,59,968 1,378,686,367 (2,674,222) 494,722,525 1,131, ,69,8 (757,754) 679,256,45 5,12,765 75,824,3 1,183, ,372,758 (1,357,646) 271,57,963 (976,919) 181,85, , ,143,738 (3,799,179) 455,116,842 (4,19,451) 59,528,31 (1,1,299) 4,7, ,35 19,279,48 (5,6) 16,661,882 (41,35) 429,571,299 1,948,78 35,52,33 (2,128) 64,876,38 83,749 23,587,483 (279,623) 1,193,743 (19,182) 3,814,278 (6,456) 8,454, ,834 9,837,914 15,379 5,218,915 (28,775) 11,958,1 (54,192) 8,514,165 (196,599) 161,587,849 (6,82,799) -.3% -.23% -.12%.61% 2.58% -.26% -.25%.38%.24% -.11% -.81%.22%.5%.95% -.12% 2.%.35% 5.5% -3.52% -1.45% -.83%.24%.95%.7% -1.5% -1.43%.44% -2.26%.41% -.8%.1% -.39% -1.2% -2.39% -1.79% -1.53%.43% -2.4% -.12% 2.4%.12% 1.67% -.24% 1.84% -.19%.23% -.1%.76% 1.59% -.54% -.36%.35% -1.15% -.89% -1.81%.31% -.26% -.25%.46% -.6% 1.3% -1.17% % -.17% 2.26% 1.55% -.55% -.45% -2.26% -4.4% TOTAL 2,773, ,771,65.53 (2,68.16) -.7% 19,77,125,342 19,698,78,937 (8,416,45) -.4%

5 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 3 of FEFP Third Calculation Comparisons FEFP Third Calculation Change in Funds and Funds per Student Compared to the Second Calculation K-12 Total Funding K-12 Total Funds per Unweighted FTE Student 1 Alachua 2 Baker 3 Bay 4 Bradford 5 Brevard 6 Broward 7 Calhoun 8 Charlotte 9 Citrus 1 Clay 11 Collier 12 Columbia 13 Dade 14 DeSoto 15 Dixie 16 Duval 17 Escambia 18 Flagler 19 Franklin 2 Gadsden 21 Gilchrist 22 Glades 23 Gulf 24 Hamilton 25 Hardee 26 Hendry 27 Hernando 28 Highlands 29 Hillsborough 3 Holmes 31 Indian River 32 Jackson 33 Jefferson 34 Lafayette 35 Lake 36 Lee 37 Leon 38 Levy 39 Liberty 4 Madison 41 Manatee 42 Marion 43 Martin 44 Monroe 45 Nassau 46 Okaloosa 47 Okeechobee 48 Orange 49 Osceola 5 Palm Beach 51 Pasco 52 Pinellas 53 Polk 54 Putnam 55 St. Johns 56 St. Lucie 57 Santa Rosa 58 Sarasota 59 Seminole 6 Sumter 61 Suwannee 62 Taylor 63 Union 64 Volusia 65 Wakulla 66 Walton 67 Washington 68 Washington Special 69 FAMU Lab School 7 FAU - Palm Beach FAU - St. Lucie FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon UF Lab School Virtual School Percentage Percentage Second Third Difference Difference Second Third Difference Difference ,355, ,525,979 1,17,561.6% 6, ,96.64 (16.85) -.24% 33,572,2 33,837,96 265,76.79% 7, ,15.47 (89.1) -1.25% 192,567, ,677,123 (89,641) -.46% 7, , % 21,988,41 22,469,119 48, % 7, , (75.66) -1.1% 518,981, ,866,616 (5,115,336) -.99% 7, , % 1,888,951,988 16,692, ,619,839 13,286, ,738, ,745,5 71,533,261 2,537,62,964 34,2,225 15,455,875 91,897,29 28,13,539 86,745,22 9,515,595 39,7,459 19,865,878 12,829,243 13,335,242 12,999,913 37,39,63 5,562, ,885,27 83,62,564 1,465,764,253 23,49, ,84,6 46,44,977 6,985,793 8,727, ,731, ,586, ,629,751 4,697,129 11,475,81 18,559,91 336,72,52 285,518,295 14,955,856 71,83,43 79,36,75 216,69,22 44,595,815 1,38,819,14 47,87,542 1,381,36, ,591,71 724,447, ,135,685 74,64, ,73,44 272,484, ,174, ,942, ,226,293 6,628,69 39,882,427 19,329,54 16,73, ,622,591 35,72,161 64,45,289 23,867,16 1,383,925 3,82,734 8,267,519 9,687,535 5,247,69 12,12,22 8,71, ,39,648 1,888,382,612 (569,376) 16,654,394 (38,43) 112,486,57 (133,332) 13,92, , ,164,4 6,426,71 363,779,14 (965,91) 71,354,365 (178,896) 2,546,786,216 9,723,252 34,281,185 8,96 15,438,358 (17,517) 93,59,16 (7,388,13) 28,748, ,682 87,18, ,636 9,65,53 89,935 39,23,775 (46,684) 2,264,49 398,171 12,874,357 45,114 14,69, ,994 12,541,71 (458,212) 36,52,222 (537,381) 5,144,72 (417,54) 154,252, ,58 84,395, ,688 1,466,748, ,682 23,243,349 (247,426) 124,286,129 (1,797,877) 46,646,15 25,38 6,827,63 (158,19) 8,763,317 36,22 285,54,58 (226,744) 657,27,4 683, ,75,86 (923,945) 4,27,869 (489,26) 11,21,6 (274,21) 18,227,275 (332,626) 331,557,275 (5,145,245) 286,748,791 1,23, ,566,339 (3,389,517) 71,718,767 (84,276) 81,264,939 1,94, ,944, ,712 45,339, ,61 1,377,549,175 (3,269,929) 415,38,51 7,59,968 1,378,686,367 (2,674,222) 494,722,525 1,131, ,69,8 (757,754) 679,256,45 5,12,765 75,824,3 1,183, ,372,758 (1,357,646) 271,57,963 (976,919) 181,85, , ,143,738 (3,799,179) 455,116,842 (4,19,451) 59,528,31 (1,1,299) 4,7, ,35 19,279,48 (5,6) 16,661,882 (41,35) 429,571,299 1,948,78 35,52,33 (2,128) 64,876,38 83,749 23,587,483 (279,623) 1,193,743 (19,182) 3,814,278 (6,456) 8,454, ,834 9,837,914 15,379 5,218,915 (28,775) 11,958,1 (54,192) 8,514,165 (196,599) 161,587,849 (6,82,799) -.3% -.23% -.12%.61% 2.58% -.26% -.25%.38%.24% -.11% -.81%.22%.5%.95% -.12% 2.%.35% 5.5% -3.52% -1.45% -.83%.24%.95%.7% -1.5% -1.43%.44% -2.26%.41% -.8%.1% -.39% -1.2% -2.39% -1.79% -1.53%.43% -2.4% -.12% 2.4%.12% 1.67% -.24% 1.84% -.19%.23% -.1%.76% 1.59% -.54% -.36%.35% -1.15% -.89% -1.81%.31% -.26% -.25%.46% -.6% 1.3% -1.17% % -.17% 2.26% 1.55% -.55% -.45% -2.26% -4.4% 7, , % 7, ,665.9 (4.39) -.52% 7, , % 7, ,99.1 (27.48) -.39% 6, , (2.87) -.4% 8, , % 7, ,13.31 (39.98) -.57% 7, , (13.36) -.19% 7, , (56.99) -.8% 7, , % 7,48.9 7, % 6, , (9.13) -.13% 6, , (19.86) -.29% 7, , (54.41) -.69% 7, , (15.32) -.21% 7, , (1.58) -.2% 7, ,79.8 (161.53) -2.5% 7, ,46.66 (16.18) -.22% 7, , % 6, , (17.26) -.25% 7,72.2 7, % 7,1.1 6, (11.39) -.16% 6, , (8.34) -.12% 7,65.9 7,5.37 (15.53) -.22% 7,48.5 7, (23.68) -.32% 7, , % 7, , (36.4) -.51% 8, , % 7, ,355.6 (8.6) -.11% 6, , % 7, , % 7, ,29.28 (25.58) -.36% 7, ,54.8 (28.76) -.38% 8, , % 7, , % 7, , % 6, , (21.2) -.31% 7, ,414.5 (74.8) -1.% 8, , (16.87) -.19% 7, , (2.37) -.3% 7, ,25.16 (.65) -.1% 7, ,37.36 (.98) -.1% 7,57.7 7, % 6, ,89.15 (19.35) -.28% 7, , % 7, , % 7, , % 6, , (12.6) -.18% 7, ,12.76 (4.6) -.7% 6, , % 6, , % 6, , (5.56) -.8% 7, , % 6, , % 7, , % 6, , % 7, ,22.73 (32.52) -.45% 7, , (.57) -.1% 6, ,99.31 (17.41) -.25% 6, , % 7, ,52.6 (32.21) -.43% 7, , % 7, , % 8, , % 7, , % 6, , (6.45) -.9% 7, , (5.15) -.7% 7,61.6 7,49.8 (11.26) -.16% 7, , % 5, , % TOTAL 19,77,125,342 19,698,78,937 (8,416,45) -.4% 7,15.6 7, %

6 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 4 of FEFP Third Calculation Detail FEFP Third Calculation Prekindergarten through Grade 12 Funding Summary - Page $4, Funded Times Declining State-Funded.748 Unweighted Weighted Funded Weighted Cost Base Enrollment Sparsity Discretionary Mills FTE FTE 1 FTE Differential Funding 2 Supplement Supplement Contribution Compression Alachua 28, , ,554, ,54,793 2,759,149 2 Baker 4, , ,27, ,53, ,113 1,457,996 3 Bay 27,4.78 3, ,745, ,457, ,3 4 Bradford 3,2.5 3, ,294, ,921,157 1,37,96 632,42 5 Brevard 71, , ,993, ,287,186 7,54,72 6 Broward 266, , ,22,644, ,233,192,115 7 Calhoun 2, , ,692, ,35,37 18,734 1,658, ,15 8 Charlotte 15, , ,968, ,975, ,488 9 Citrus 14, , ,12, ,929,533 2,114,487 64,522 1 Clay 36, , ,572, ,387,32 8,646,31 11 Collier 45, , ,29, ,282,5 12 Columbia 1, , ,518, ,532,98 1,321,769 2,515, Miami-Dade 354, , ,598,539, ,625,75,37 14 DeSoto 4, , ,213, ,78,937 73,34 1,41, Dixie 2, , ,386, ,8,138 1,63, , Duval 127, , ,552, ,275, ,825 13,947, Escambia 4, , ,64, ,584,53 47,54 5,578, Flagler 12, , ,616, ,13,326 1,21, Franklin 1, , ,461, ,37,43 159,542 2 Gadsden 5, , ,91, ,815,73 93,8 2,125,62 1,282,38 21 Gilchrist 2, , ,94, ,364,426 1,856,97 653, Glades 1, , ,387, ,17,91 992, , Gulf 1, ,48.6 8,51, ,9,52 1,273, Hamilton 1, , ,566, ,5,95 28,158 1,18,43 176, Hardee 5, , ,131, ,393,464 12,54 617,662 1,127,94 26 Hendry 7,72.7 7, ,211, ,534,667 1,965,535 1,684, Hernando 22, , ,195, ,515,22 2,238,598 3,482, Highlands 12, , ,177, ,587,397 2,673,36 1,822,32 29 Hillsborough 28, , ,383, ,874,644 32,16,571 3 Holmes 3, , ,693, ,816,711 8,636 2,38,11 1,7, Indian River 17, , ,16, ,989,37 388, Jackson 6, , ,16, ,17,717 3,2,385 1,646, Jefferson ,523, ,314,883 52, , Lafayette 1, , ,252, ,864,56 1, ,683 32, Lake 41, , ,478, ,333,366 4,898,39 36 Lee 9, , ,23, ,827, Leon 33, , ,9, ,463,41 3,237, Levy 5, , ,139, ,12,477 25,895 3,93,532 1,49, Liberty 1, , ,582, ,181,911 34, , ,596 4 Madison 2, , ,882, ,62,381 64,551 1,58, ,54 41 Manatee 46, , ,498, ,63,886 1, Marion 42, , ,291, ,299,575 6,271, Martin 18, , ,474, ,75,47 31, Monroe 8, , ,35, ,633, Nassau 11, , ,279, ,756,93 2,812, Okaloosa 3, , ,648, ,22,56 1,43,59 47 Okeechobee 6, , ,298, ,455,4 69,179 1,575,4 48 Orange 194, , ,94, ,3,593 3,615, Osceola 61, , ,965, ,855,687 11,22,3 5 Palm Beach 185, , ,939, ,989,59 51 Pasco 69, , ,798, ,166,511 13,169,29 52 Pinellas 11, , ,943, ,284, , Polk 99, , ,96, ,867,797 21,495, Putnam 1, , ,291, ,522,534 2,892,698 2,68, St. Johns 36, , ,63, ,45,69 56 St. Lucie 38, , ,874, ,15, ,468 3,748, Santa Rosa 26, , ,763, ,443,467 4,898,99 58 Sarasota 42, , ,387, ,754, Seminole 66, , ,297, ,15,33 7,78,169 6 Sumter 8, , ,259, ,837,728 2, Suwannee 5, , ,348, ,559,261 2,79,48 1,46, Taylor 2, , ,817, ,951,46 74,992 1,59, , Union 2, , ,985, ,619,323 3,57 1,5,55 83, Volusia 62, , ,61, ,19,159 4,969, Wakulla 5, , ,36, ,297,878 2,374 68,836 1,324,81 66 Walton 8, , ,666, ,45, Washington 3, , ,241, ,354,46 52,717 1,964, , Washington Special , ,638 6,74 69 FAMU Lab School ,11, ,936, ,5 156,8 44,611 7 FAU - Palm Beach 1, , ,625, ,773, ,768 69,95 71 FAU - St. Lucie 1, ,58.2 6,265, ,237, , , FSU Lab - Broward ,55, ,133,21 34,33 73 FSU Lab - Leon 1, , ,42, ,128,91 983,885 57, ,75 74 UF Lab School 1, , ,93, ,87,47 25, , ,714 18, Virtual School 3, , ,93, ,93, ,234 13,9, ,272 Total 2,771, ,7, ,494,817,963 12,53,847,184 3,56,33 52,8, 15,661,51 187,647,49 1. Additional Weighted FTE for the Small Supplement, Isolated Schools, Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, Advanced International Certificate of Eduction, Early Graduation, and the Industry Certified Career Education Supplement Additional FTE are included in the Weighted FTE. 2. Weighted FTE x BSA x DCD (column 2 x column 3 x column 4)

7 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 5 of FEFP Third Calculation Detail FEFP Third Calculation Prekindergarten through Grade 12 Funding Summary - Page 2 Teachers ESE Supplemental DJJ Classroom Safe Guaranteed Academic Reading Supplemental Instructional Supply Schools Allocation Instruction Allocation Allocation Materials Transportation Assistance Alachua 89,99 11,84,112 7,689,976 1,328,98 217,485 2,463,48 3,722, ,839 2 Baker 124,494 1,6,37 1,781, , ,415 1,259,761 78,56 3 Bay 738,12 8,26,916 7,593,528 1,293, ,686 2,224,929 5,32, ,145 4 Bradford 19,768 1,198, ,941 24, , ,11 48,334 5 Brevard 1,65,988 27,2,967 19,2,386 3,282,274 24,395 6,7,88 1,498,482 1,195,994 6 Broward 5,895,923 86,668,96 53,972,82 12,85, ,56 21,564,2 3,716,215 4,412,188 7 Calhoun 86,68 798, ,539 22,73 181, ,653 35,779 8 Charlotte 366,555 5,836,877 3,474, ,543 1,315,69 3,233, ,338 9 Citrus 34,785 6,444,83 3,272, , ,52 1,196,394 3,713, ,116 1 Clay 63,11 1,894,94 9,437,324 1,71,3 49,83 3,158,468 6,918, , Collier 745,356 19,976,564 8,891,674 2,165, ,311 3,812,321 7,22,387 75, Columbia 285,794 3,852,915 3,871,15 527, ,294 1,964,97 167, Miami-Dade 9,942, ,21,64 117,76,999 15,889, ,691 27,968,232 2,464,369 5,814, DeSoto 163,515 1,914,76 1,597, ,22 31, , ,42 78,89 15 Dixie 16, , ,392 2, ,136 61,85 34, Duval 3,48,66 44,75,33 29,198,296 5,757, ,45 1,71,312 18,271,853 2,134, Escambia 1,214,75 13,617,819 9,252,957 1,819, ,34 3,112,731 1,12, , Flagler 276,771 5,478,52 2,747, ,61 1,62,556 2,659,92 28, Franklin 84, , , ,898 16, ,318 19,982 2 Gadsden 169,7 1,65,19 1,138,35 336,466 42,722 1,565,549 89, Gilchrist 94, , , , , ,767 42, Glades 84,533 54,87 299, ,68 138, ,458 26, Gulf 96, , , , , ,353 29, Hamilton 12, , , , ,43 323,885 29,5 25 Hardee 144,129 1,736,93 1,168,83 332,374 42,962 1,34,331 88,3 26 Hendry 21,684 2,229,71 1,533, ,4 556,475 1,362, ,98 27 Hernando 487,151 8,491,233 5,118,155 1,42,167 1,765,36 4,98, ,63 28 Highlands 32,462 3,793,896 2,479,16 615,759 1,24,89 2,622,578 2,55 29 Hillsborough 3,465,234 75,432,151 4,21,98 9,277,23 62,756 16,68,87 34,628,81 3,426,541 3 Holmes 15, ,12 694, , , ,482 52, Indian River 4,847 4,812,368 3,584, ,41 1,33,188 3,528,2 292, Jackson 166,614 2,11,892 1,316,79 378,135 34, ,5 1,639,91 16,68 33 Jefferson 87, , ,57 147,178 65, ,335 13, Lafayette 75, ,934 26, ,22 94, ,311 19, Lake 837,249 12,38,15 9,698,812 1,894,619 3,33,119 8,387, , Lee 1,657,473 38,425,115 18,922,724 4,73, ,676 7,494,561 21,636,94 1,488,89 37 Leon 1,152,35 16,41,516 9,27,534 1,536, ,165 2,64,16 5,99,22 556,38 38 Levy 125,544 1,988,843 1,261,75 338, ,451 1,379,411 89, Liberty 75,83 468,34 288,31 175,8 23,7 111, ,791 23,355 4 Madison 113,627 1,161, , ,676 83,936 21,59 589,871 41, Manatee 1,16,939 18,939,761 9,48,995 2,149, ,84 3,78,859 7,976, , Marion 863,393 14,947,445 12,478,358 1,845, ,796 3,384,4 1,16,49 689, Martin 376,731 6,663,183 3,76, ,118 37,467 1,715,315 3,19,795 31,95 44 Monroe 37,817 2,972,635 1,81,189 47,62 1, ,89 986, ,81 45 Nassau 223,46 2,818,98 2,477,82 597, ,657 2,639, , Okaloosa 69,699 1,942,77 8,52,327 1,425,661 25,125 2,449,593 6,119, , Okeechobee 19,75 2,645,59 1,581, ,51 21, ,684 1,669,975 14, Orange 4,899,616 53,478,196 41,538,456 8,863, ,433 16,55,49 27,642,168 3,232, 49 Osceola 1,68,219 15,868,495 13,45,597 2,734,493 24,87 5,375,935 1,92, ,635 5 Palm Beach 4,221,499 66,43,416 35,355,377 8,68,53 287,625 14,722,956 26,2,53 3,79, Pasco 1,333,87 27,6,568 18,399,875 3,145,24 198,326 5,85,459 15,735,549 1,147, Pinellas 3,132,12 42,63,288 2,852,9 4,592, ,91 8,226,141 12,37,623 1,686,62 53 Polk 1,939,194 33,9,15 22,67,435 4,37, ,744 8,77,133 21,666,946 1,621, Putnam 293,553 3,246,368 2,751,99 556, ,612 2,556,84 175, St. Johns 586,475 1,422,121 6,89,657 1,681, ,488 3,114,685 8,645,28 63,13 56 St. Lucie 762,716 15,177,585 9,134,637 1,766,219 11,774 3,224,3 9,424, , Santa Rosa 374,439 8,46,817 7,668,519 1,26,49 2,252,365 6,153, , Sarasota 959,27 21,472,857 8,615,669 2,5,482 3,55,589 6,225,934 72, Seminole 1,224,156 18,55,898 15,569,372 2,969,884 5,164,559 11,215,963 1,12,96 6 Sumter 199,831 3,176,371 1,656, ,17 663,72 1,9,196 14,12 61 Suwannee 158,452 47,764 1,245,87 353,397 47,676 1,43,54 99,89 62 Taylor 111, ,56 591,3 221,32 227, ,331 44, Union 88, ,872 51,118 28,375 33,294 18,775 55,176 37, Volusia 1,577,313 22,65,646 16,188,43 2,766,86 228,498 5,165,66 1,278,299 1,19, Wakulla 14,535 1,481,12 954,7 321, ,283 1,76,172 83,89 66 Walton 228,24 2,333,242 1,425, ,823 54, ,226 2,165,984 14,68 67 Washington 11,299 79, , , ,11 782,316 53, Washington Special 1, ,58 12, ,44 185,591 12,766 3, FAMU Lab School 66,5 17,911 37, ,82 37,353 7,687 7 FAU - Palm Beach 7,455 89, , , ,399 17,47 71 FAU - St. Lucie 72, , ,17 175,548 11,257 23,41 72 FSU Lab - Broward 67, , , ,414 51,655 11,43 73 FSU Lab - Leon 74,889 28, , ,2 139,115 28,1 74 UF Lab School 7, , 297,8 161,666 13,482 19,45 75 Virtual School 535,769 1,376,236 2,292,645 Total 64,456,19 959,182,58 648,91,576 13,, 7,43,15 225,83, ,53,45 45,286,75

8 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 6 of FEFP Third Calculation Detail FEFP Third Calculation Prekindergarten through Grade 12 Funding Summary - Page 3 Virtual Education Contribution Digital Classrooms Allocation Federally Connected Supplement Gross State & Local FEFP Required Local Effort Taxes Prior-Year Adjustments Net State FEFP Alachua Baker Bay Bradford Brevard 55,1 16,468 5,91 4,22 682, , , ,9 1,338,71 794,63 2,594, ,331,959 27,993,99 149,387,233 18,415,351 46,15,891 64,7,682 4,6,161 74,559,891 4,487,769 16,52, ,112 (27,151) 399,8 25, ,128 91,928,389 23,95,787 75,226,422 14,132,74 246,429, Broward Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay 17,396 2, , ,774 4,316, ,92 488,86 476,454 86,46 527,7 1,453,296,92 13,875,391 84,861,91 81,662,14 26,861, ,62,118 2,4,631 69,8,533 41,837,261 46,712,684 (596,694) 24,522 (15,98) (82,97) 332, ,8,9 11,859,282 15,45,388 39,741,99 16,481, Collier Columbia Miami-Dade DeSoto Dixie 29,931 8,236 15, ,71 44,973 5,642,24 323,43 281,858 5,15 255,757,375 58,31,97 1,956,41,347 28,11,914 12,82,34 23,989,163 12,212,981 1,271,297,196 6,818,374 2,329,48 98,84 (3,42) 772,274 (9,25) 24,545 24,866,296 46,94,56 685,885,425 21,184,29 1,515, Duval Escambia Flagler Franklin Gadsden 43,46 125,566 47,357 2,578 2,197,11 862,91 443, ,73 332, ,39 1,779, ,274, ,951,557 67,768,923 6,92,346 32,21, ,854,288 78,749,387 38,195,18 6,137,447 6,865,289 (615,292) (24,138) (114,366) 419 2, ,85, ,178,32 29,459, ,318 25,176, Gilchrist Glades Gulf Hamilton Hardee 1, ,11 11, , , , ,367 33, ,785 16,799,832 1,487,771 1,944,237 1,155,644 29,418,547 3,18,29 2,754,288 7,316,333 3,528,266 7,429,289 14,128 6,41 4,154 7,443 (19,31) 13,633,931 7,739,893 3,632,58 6,634,821 21,969, Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Holmes 136,925 14,41 152,833 21, , , ,917 3,418,86 297,945 1,55,45 4,955, ,133,866 67,59,142 1,164,259,643 19,6,46 9,54,477 39,996,145 22,991, ,541,419 2,326,851 13,946 (123,122) (54,674) 4,529 (84,78) 31,914,763 84,14,599 44,543, ,722,753 17,188, Indian River Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Lake 18,214 6,112 3,697 49, , , , , ,775 93,711,669 38,62,433 5,511,145 7,38, ,289,424 75,281,1 7,683,84 2,97,658 1,259,625 86,82,22 18,818 17,93 (5,718) (1,961) (82,913) 18,539,477 3,936,532 2,597,769 6,46, ,44, Lee Leon Levy Liberty Madison 13,81 24,834 2,249 9,35 1,622, , ,68 27, ,665 62,745 53,488, ,264,83 33,13,39 9,589,87 15,143, ,82,993 74,96,296 8,423,4 1,78,277 3,36,862 24,156 (91,84) 18,99 (17,762) (182,146) 17,69,69 112,266,694 24,724,738 8,493,768 11,6, Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau 22, ,341 5, ,451 89, , ,55 423, , ,55,643 23,11,524 11,454,77 45,293,37 62,916,72 147,28,518 77,964,774 93,846,467 4,869,757 35,469,7 (591,41) (421,85) (341,38) (18,421) (22,666) 17,436,84 151,714,9 7,266,572 4,315,192 27,425, Okaloosa Okeechobee Orange Osceola Palm Beach 46,95 5,1 24,257 13,85 78, ,135 3,22,116 1,179,27 3,77,281 2,45,227 4,75 17,427,191 37,3,556 1,64,83, ,365,565 1,36,49,89 77,92,49 8,16, ,726,553 11,66, ,395,357 (152,947) (26,839) 597,58 (555,512) (115,66) 92,353,754 29,256,975 53,674,453 23,23, ,898, Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam St. Johns 238,859 28,53 14,42 17,252 65,79 1,31,659 1,798,465 1,758, ,694 8,224 38, ,656, ,928,75 548,768,887 61,36, ,54,198 11,66,21 336,191, ,794,418 16,289,78 15,235,43 (274,85) 138,529 24,745 94,325 (64,9) 289,316,418 22,875,396 48,999,214 45,165,33 89,25, St. Lucie Santa Rosa Sarasota Seminole Sumter 38,727 62, ,42 841, , ,836 1,255, ,851 1,179, ,398, ,778, ,176, ,328,84 42,596,479 87,856,173 43,128,54 217,879,384 14,459,536 39,166, ,16 33,27 58,55 13,322 (49,727) 128,136,96 12,98,552 21,355, ,972,59 3,379, Suwannee Taylor Union Volusia Wakulla 15, ,49 2, ,193 29, ,712 1,197,22 326,761 32,567,337 15,281,77 13,854, ,738,922 28,758,223 7,46,913 6,556,519 1,2, ,825,31 5,853,48 (53,137) 59,553 4, ,52 (12,33) 25,53,287 8,784,741 12,658, ,153,393 22,892, Walton Washington Washington Special FAMU Lab School FAU - Palm Beach 16,419 1, , ,893 2, ,68 266,469 44,447,441 19,494,32 1,193,248 3,323, 7,215,667 39,369,133 4,387,872 (127,16) 5,962 (15,8) (3,48) (23) 4,951,148 15,112,392 1,87,448 3,319,52 7,215, FAU - St. Lucie FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon UF Lab School Virtual School 2,14 13,61, ,597 26, , ,941 8,75,71 4,273,43 1,116,378 7,35,99 161,153,8 7, ,766 5,774 6,54 8,83,582 4,273,9 1,119,144 7,311, ,16,34 Total 15,86,777 6,, 12,44,41 15,361,876,7 7,65,79,31 7,756,86,399

9 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 7 of FEFP Third Calculation Detail FEFP Third Calculation Prekindergarden Through Grade 12 Funding Summary - Page 4 1 Alachua 2 Baker 3 Bay 4 Bradford 5 Brevard 6 Broward 7 Calhoun 8 Charlotte 9 Citrus 1 Clay 11 Collier 12 Columbia 13 Miami-Dade 14 DeSoto 15 Dixie 16 Duval 17 Escambia 18 Flagler 19 Franklin 2 Gadsden 21 Gilchrist 22 Glades 23 Gulf 24 Hamilton 25 Hardee 26 Hendry 27 Hernando 28 Highlands 29 Hillsborough 3 Holmes 31 Indian River 32 Jackson 33 Jefferson 34 Lafayette 35 Lake 36 Lee 37 Leon 38 Levy 39 Liberty 4 Madison 41 Manatee 42 Marion 43 Martin 44 Monroe 45 Nassau 46 Okaloosa 47 Okeechobee 48 Orange 49 Osceola 5 Palm Beach 51 Pasco 52 Pinellas 53 Polk 54 Putnam 55 St. Johns 56 St. Lucie 57 Santa Rosa 58 Sarasota 59 Seminole 6 Sumter 61 Suwannee 62 Taylor 63 Union 64 Volusia 65 Wakulla 66 Walton 67 Washington 68 Washington Special 69 FAMU Lab School 7 FAU - Palm Beach FAU - St. Lucie FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon UF Lab School Virtual School Net State FEFP Adjustment for McKay Scholarships Prior-Year Adjustments for Scholarship Deductions Adjusted Net State FEFP ,928,389 (1,787,66) (11,48) 9,129,915 23,95,787 (194,89) (1,14) 23,79,793 75,226,422 (1,77,785) 73,518,637 14,132,74 (381,532) ,751, ,429,98 (9,216,835) (25,2) 237,188,53 674,8,9 11,859,282 15,45,388 39,741,99 16,481,53 24,866,296 46,94,56 685,885,425 21,184,29 1,515, ,85, ,178,32 29,459, ,318 25,176,669 13,633,931 7,739,893 3,632,58 6,634,821 21,969,948 31,914,763 84,14,599 44,543, ,722,753 17,188,487 18,539,477 3,936,532 2,597,769 6,46, ,44,39 17,69,69 112,266,694 24,724,738 8,493,768 11,6,764 17,436,84 151,714,9 7,266,572 4,315,192 27,425,47 92,353,754 29,256,975 53,674,453 23,23, ,898, ,316,418 22,875,396 48,999,214 45,165,33 89,25,65 128,136,96 12,98,552 21,355, ,972,59 3,379,974 25,53,287 8,784,741 12,658, ,153,393 22,892,485 4,951,148 15,112,392 1,87,448 3,319,52 7,215,437 8,83,582 4,273,9 1,119,144 7,311, ,16,34 (2,615,741) (7,191) (862,541) (486,389) (2,542,716) (1,382,746) (1,263,215) (4,991,12) (48,749) (547,32) (21,552,913) (2,448,572) (393,47) (28,298) (33,196) (33,417) (18,187) (123,543) (72,453) (43,856) (188,737) (1,68,497) (332,87) (11,52,16) (599,842) (67,827) (82,219) (26,393) (2,873,154) (2,777,635) (2,236,551) (648,394) (24,543) (48,599) (4,442,49) (2,147,81) (71,332) (181,533) (77,15) (2,135,15) (316,869) (18,322,76) (5,43,232) (1,327,295) (5,82,4) (7,986,331) (7,247,393) (273,961) (1,978,478) (1,612,194) (657,11) (2,87,176) (5,22,662) (228,455) (352,235) (42,216) (11,16) (3,84,512) (177,831) (12,685) (168,928) (7,936) (16,692) (15,29) (1,574) (18,122) (13,232) (214,9) (29,39) (623) ,554 (14,682) 8,516 1,238 (2,411) 1,172 (6,8) (1,82) (3,264) 8,192 (4,579) (2,681) (1,42) (18,546) (2,577) (2,152) 1,454 8,316 (12,448) (8,25) (17,935) (12,19) 21,98 (7,678) (6,751) (3,531) (5,237) (1,81) (2,233) 1,837 (5,749) (1,312) (1,314) 653,434,959 11,852,91 14,182,847 39,255,52 157,938,191 23,483,55 44,831, ,99,859 2,775,541 9,968, ,237, ,737,976 29,66,42 737,2 24,873,473 13,331,752 7,721,76 3,58,515 6,559,957 21,927,264 31,726,26 82,334,12 44,211, ,196,639 17,188,487 17,939,635 3,866,93 2,512,286 6,2, ,539, ,827,395 11,27,462 24,74,942 8,469,225 11,552,165 12,975,48 149,567,819 6,562,663 4,133,659 26,652,79 9,22,58 28,94,16 512,36, ,788, ,563, ,216, ,876,956 41,773,81 44,891,72 87,218,99 126,518,15 12,319,911 18,48, ,768,847 3,151,519 24,698,819 8,742,525 12,559,413 19,343,132 22,714,654 4,829,151 14,943,464 1,87,448 3,311,584 7,198,745 8,68,553 4,172,516 1,11,22 7,298,532 16,944,981 Total 7,756,86,399 (213,828,864) (143,721) 7,542,113,814

10 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 8 of FEFP Third Calculation Detail FEFP Third Calculation Prekindergarten through Grade 12 Funding Summary - Page 5 1 Alachua 2 Baker 3 Bay 4 Bradford 5 Brevard 6 Broward 7 Calhoun 8 Charlotte 9 Citrus 1 Clay 11 Collier 12 Columbia 13 Miami-Dade 14 DeSoto 15 Dixie 16 Duval 17 Escambia 18 Flagler 19 Franklin 2 Gadsden 21 Gilchrist 22 Glades 23 Gulf 24 Hamilton 25 Hardee 26 Hendry 27 Hernando 28 Highlands 29 Hillsborough 3 Holmes 31 Indian River 32 Jackson 33 Jefferson 34 Lafayette 35 Lake 36 Lee 37 Leon 38 Levy 39 Liberty 4 Madison 41 Manatee 42 Marion 43 Martin 44 Monroe 45 Nassau 46 Okaloosa 47 Okeechobee 48 Orange 49 Osceola 5 Palm Beach 51 Pasco 52 Pinellas 53 Polk 54 Putnam 55 St. Johns 56 St. Lucie 57 Santa Rosa 58 Sarasota 59 Seminole 6 Sumter 61 Suwannee 62 Taylor 63 Union 64 Volusia 65 Wakulla 66 Walton 67 Washington 68 Washington Special 69 FAMU Lab School 7 FAU - Palm Beach FAU - St. Lucie FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon UF Lab Virtual School Net State FEFP Class Size Reduction Required Local Effort Total State and Local Funding Lottery and School Recognition 1 Allocation Total State Funding Taxes.748 Discretionary Local Effort Total Local Funding ,631,277 23,932,938 74,827,342 13,927, ,98,78 674,676,784 11,834,76 15,61,368 39,824,879 16,149,67 24,768,212 46,97, ,113,151 21,193,54 1,49, ,42, ,22,17 29,573, ,899 25,155,876 13,619,83 7,733,483 3,627,94 6,627,378 21,989,258 31,9,817 84,137,721 44,598, ,718,224 17,273,195 18,43,659 3,918,629 2,63,487 6,48, ,487,222 17,45, ,358,534 24,76,639 8,511,53 11,782,91 18,27, ,136,75 7,67,61 4,423,613 27,447,713 92,56,71 29,283,814 53,77,395 23,759, ,14, ,59,53 22,736,867 48,974,469 45,7,78 89,269, ,541,944 12,65,282 21,297,22 217,869,268 3,429,71 25,16,424 8,725,188 12,654, ,913,891 22,94,815 5,78,38 15,16,43 1,193,248 3,323, 7,215,667 8,75,71 4,273,43 1,116,378 7,35,99 161,153,8 1,326,768 76, ,323 11,234 4,131,274 13,91,844 22, ,28 545,352 2,11,458 2,75,75 495,227 18,911,224 16,47 55,898 5,467,764 1,56,259 71, ,49 179, ,626 15,242 4,936 69,425 35, , , ,321 12,171,461 87, , ,563 36,954 63, ,19 4,538,649 1,889, ,54 62, ,89 2,628,25 1,184,168 1,155, , ,3 2,16,11 146,494 11,19,245 1,698,318 11,28,581 2,473,53 3,677,578 2,231,49 384,38 2,71,113 1,269,619 2,14,489 2,545,838 4,632,14 483, ,74 27, ,335 1,996, , ,19 138, ,54 95, ,666 7,27 172, , ,49 3,357,37 5,141,219 3,215,563 3,279,8 79,755,36 33,738,465 2,237,126 16,856,631 15,35,291 39,45,313 51,762,267 1,665,5 398,586,345 5,21,4 2,191, ,446,747 43,441,343 12,992,69 1,285,313 5,755,74 2,852,859 1,851,776 2,17,692 1,773,487 5,629,58 7,659,994 23,47,915 12,974, ,479,667 3,22,569 19,95,839 6,724, ,968 1,197,272 45,221,619 99,62,363 36,23,32 5,662,598 1,38,918 2,459,826 51,956,815 43,546,946 2,477,35 9,98,399 12,147,997 32,77,331 6,681, ,36,964 66,143, ,375,123 75,656,12 112,929,85 16,92,462 11,474,5 38,357,884 41,788,37 27,62,52 47,237,82 7,692,418 8,719,982 6,18,836 2,793,693 2,395,888 66,924,78 5,316,179 9,89,74 3,31, ,738 1,142,868 1,617, ,62 1,668,637 1,92, ,315,352 29,15,395 15,857,228 17,37, ,985,9 991,57,93 14,292,62 32,136,27 55,72,522 21,34,838 79,281,184 57,258,23 1,12,61,72 26,42,5 12,738,69 593,335,166 19,23,772 43,276,327 2,175,261 31,91,535 16,68,288 9,69,51 5,686,532 8,47,29 27,924,533 39,717,278 18,21,85 57,92,4 1,22,369,352 2,562,957 37,942,212 37,792,12 3,479,49 7,39,23 185,582,95 274,546,465 15,478,49 3,517,741 9,954,8 14,366, ,612,19 196,867,864 29,24,26 13,884,25 4,494,1 127,437,43 36,112, ,133,64 298,61, ,67, ,719, ,344,25 518,126,34 56,928,796 13,328,152 17,599,87 132,285,291 71,8, ,193,826 12,633,558 31,365, 11,726,737 15,279,4 262,835,38 28,344,646 14,628,41 18,546,581 1,193,743 3,814,278 8,454,353 9,837,914 5,218,915 11,958,1 8,514, ,587,849 64,7,682 4,6,161 74,559,891 4,487,769 16,52, ,62,118 2,4,631 69,8,533 41,837,261 46,712,684 23,989,163 12,212,981 1,271,297,196 6,818,374 2,329,48 268,854,288 78,749,387 38,195,18 6,137,447 6,865,289 3,18,29 2,754,288 7,316,333 3,528,266 7,429,289 9,54,477 39,996,145 22,991, ,541,419 2,326,851 75,281,1 7,683,84 2,97,658 1,259,625 86,82,22 333,82,993 74,96,296 8,423,4 1,78,277 3,36, ,28,518 77,964,774 93,846,467 4,869,757 35,469,7 77,92,49 8,16, ,726,553 11,66, ,395,357 11,66,21 336,191, ,794,418 16,289,78 15,235,43 87,856,173 43,128,54 217,879,384 14,459,536 39,166,778 7,46,913 6,556,519 1,2, ,825,31 5,853,48 39,369,133 4,387,872 9,59, ,35 11,26,4 673,526 23,829, ,255,41 321,143 1,549,767 6,363,211 7,146,878 53,58,793 1,883, ,878,3 1,42,761 37,881 41,319,76 11,795,62 5,79,421 1,292,822 1,66, , ,568 1,66, ,145 1,148,4 1,372,947 6,46,35 3,483,463 57,838, ,541 11,62,97 1,17,91 44, ,669 13,119,428 49,64,582 11,321,461 1,266, , ,588 21,916,567 11,916,153 14,479,612 16,964,85 5,31,922 11,587,381 1,21,441 8,689,18 15,172, ,62,773 16,936,747 5,153,875 21,335,692 2,65,796 15,89,563 13,51,92 6,391,94 36,184,232 21,463,48 7,727,974 1,181, , ,91 21,911,23 853,979 1,878,54 653,3 74,21,627 4,687,511 85,819,895 5,161, ,881, ,875,519 2,361,774 8,35,3 48,2,472 53,859, ,497,956 14,96,162 1,444,175,496 7,861,135 2,7,289 31,173,994 9,544,449 43,94,529 7,43,269 7,932,24 3,655,761 3,183,856 8,382,74 4,71,411 8,577,689 1,427,424 46,42,45 26,475, ,379,583 2,68,392 86,343,917 8,853,895 3,348,194 1,454,294 99,921,63 382,723,575 86,227,757 9,69,128 1,246,8 3,86,45 168,945,85 89,88,927 18,326,79 57,834,562 4,77,929 89,57,871 9,227, ,415, ,779, ,16,13 127,2, ,345, ,13,11 18,895,54 121,44,66 1,98,93 49,52, ,63, ,923,16 46,894,752 8,642,777 7,552,311 1,382, ,736,261 6,77,387 5,247,637 5,4,92 197,525,979 33,837,96 191,677,123 22,469, ,866,616 1,888,382,612 16,654, ,486,57 13,92, ,164,4 363,779,14 71,354,365 2,546,786,216 34,281,185 15,438,358 93,59,16 28,748,221 87,18,856 9,65,53 39,23,775 2,264,49 12,874,357 14,69,236 12,541,71 36,52,222 5,144,72 154,252,535 84,395,252 1,466,748,935 23,243, ,286,129 46,646,15 6,827,63 8,763, ,54,58 657,27,4 236,75,86 4,27,869 11,21,6 18,227, ,557, ,748, ,566,339 71,718,767 81,264, ,944,914 45,339,416 1,377,549, ,38,51 1,378,686, ,722, ,69,8 679,256,45 75,824,3 251,372, ,57, ,85, ,143, ,116,842 59,528,31 4,7,777 19,279,48 16,661, ,571,299 35,52,33 64,876,38 23,587,483 1,193,743 3,814,278 8,454,353 9,837,914 5,218,915 11,958,1 8,514, ,587,849 State 7,756,86, ,582,877 3,35,25,33 1,925,694,66 7,65,79,31 1,167,224,3 8,773,14,331 19,698,78, Distributed under revenue code 3344 for Discretionary Lottery and revenue code 3361 for School Recognition. Not considered FEFP for reporting and funds distribution.

11 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 9 of FEFP Third Calculation Appropriated FTE FEFP Third Calculation Appropriated Unweighted FTE by Program Group 1 Total Group 2 Total Grand Total Alachua Baker Bay Bradford Brevard 7, , , , , , , ,69.5 6, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Broward Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay 59, ,357. 3, , , , , , , , , , , ,6.8 19, , ,86. 4, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Collier Columbia Miami-Dade DeSoto Dixie 9, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,39.3 4, , , , , , , , , , , 4, , Duval Escambia Flagler Franklin Gadsden 35, , , , , ,51.3 4, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Gilchrist Glades Gulf Hamilton Hardee , , , , , ,79. 1, , , , , , , Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Holmes 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Indian River Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Lake 4, , , , , , ,9.22 1, , ,788. 1, , , , , , , , ,49.5 1, , , , , , Lee Leon Levy Liberty Madison 21, ,68.9 1, , ,78.8 1, , , , , , , , , , , ,83.6 1, , , , , , , , , , , Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau 1, , , ,2.27 2, , ,2.63 5, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,28.2 1, ,42.4 1, , , , , , , , , , , Okaloosa Okeechobee Orange Osceola Palm Beach 8, , , , , ,78.8 1, , , , , , , , , , , , ,9.47 2, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam St. Johns 17, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , St. Lucie Santa Rosa Sarasota Seminole Sumter 9, , , , , , , , ,51.5 2, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Suwannee Taylor Union Volusia Wakulla 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,73.9 4, , , , , , , , , Walton Washington Washington Special FAMU Lab School FAU - Palm Beach 2, , , , , , , , , FAU - St. Lucie FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon UF Lab Virtual School , , , , ,64 1,153. 3, , , , , , ,22.92 Total 627, , , , , , ,513, , , , , , ,773,673.69

12 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 1 of FEFP Third Calculation UFTE FEFP Third Calculation Unweighted FTE by Program Group 1 Total Group 2 Total Grand Total Alachua Baker Bay Bradford Brevard 7, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,4.78 3,2.5 71, Broward Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay 58, ,27.9 3, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Collier Columbia Miami-Dade DeSoto Dixie 9, , ,8.72 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,5.22 4, , Duval Escambia Flagler Franklin Gadsden 35, ,1.64 3, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Gilchrist Glades Gulf Hamilton Hardee , , , , , , , , , , , , , Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Holmes 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Indian River Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Lake 4, , , , , ,92.9 3, , , , , , , , , , , , ,32.6 1, , , , , , Lee Leon Levy Liberty Madison 22, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau 1, ,6.21 4, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,73.3 2, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Okaloosa Okeechobee Orange Osceola Palm Beach 7, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,1.47 3, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam St. Johns 16, , , , , , , ,763. 3, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,17.2 1, , , , , , ,9.72 7, , , , , , , , St. Lucie Santa Rosa Sarasota Seminole Sumter 9, , , , , , , ,6.3 18, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,82. 2, , , , , , , , , , , , Suwannee Taylor Union Volusia Wakulla 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Walton Washington Washington Special FAMU Lab School FAU - Palm Beach 2, , , , , , , , , FAU - St. Lucie FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon UF Lab Virtual School , , , , , , , , , , , State 625, , , , , ,3.95 2,514, , , , , , ,771,65.53

13 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 11 of FEFP Third Calculation UFTE (2) FEFP Third Calculation Unweighted FTE Basic Education Grades K-3 11 & 111 Basic Education Grades & 112 Basic Education Grades & 113 Subtotal Group 1 ESOL/Intensive English Grades K ESE Support Level IV 254 ESE Support Level V 255 Career Education Grades Subtotal Group 2 Total Projected Unweighted FTE Alachua Baker Bay Bradford Brevard 9, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,4.78 3,2.5 71, Broward Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay 71, , , , , , , ,73.4 7, , ,95.7 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Collier Columbia Miami-Dade DeSoto Dixie 11,.96 3, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,5.22 4, , Duval Escambia Flagler Franklin Gadsden 42, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Gilchrist Glades Gulf Hamilton Hardee , , , , , , , , , , , , , Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Holmes 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Indian River Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Lake 5,7.45 2, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,32.6 1, , , , , , Lee Leon Levy Liberty Madison 26, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau 13, ,4.7 5, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Okaloosa Okeechobee Orange Osceola Palm Beach 9, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam St. Johns 2, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,17.2 1, , , , , , ,9.72 7, , , , , , , , St. Lucie Santa Rosa Sarasota Seminole Sumter 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,82. 2, , , , , , , , , , , , Suwannee Taylor Union Volusia Wakulla 1, , ,67.1 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Walton Washington Washington Special FAMU Lab School FAU - Palm Beach 2, , , , , , , , , , , FAU - St. Lucie FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon UF Lab Virtual School , , , , , , , , , , , Total 778, , , ,514, , , , , , ,771,65.53

14 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 12 of FEFP Third Calculation WFTE (2) FEFP Third Calculation Reported Weighted FTE Basic Education Grades K-3 11 & 111 Basic Education Grades & 112 Basic Education Grades & 113 Subtotal Group 1 ESOL/Intensive English Grades K ESE Support Level IV 254 ESE Support Level V 255 Career Education Grades Subtotal Group 2 Total Reported Weighted FTE Alachua Baker Bay Bradford Brevard 1, , , , , , , , , , ,59.7 1, , , , , , ,5.91 7, , , , , , , , , , , , , Broward Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay 8, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Collier Columbia Miami-Dade DeSoto Dixie 12, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,9.66 5, , , , , , , , , , , , , Duval Escambia Flagler Franklin Gadsden 47, ,8.93 4, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,37.8 3, , , , , , , , , , , , Gilchrist Glades Gulf Hamilton Hardee , , , , , , , , , , , , , Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Holmes 2, , , , , , , , , , ,788. 6,72.6 2, , , , , ,1.2 3, , , , , , , , , , , , , , Indian River Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Lake 5, , ,58.8 6, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Lee Leon Levy Liberty Madison 29, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,43.2 5, , , Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau 14, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,9.49 1, , , , , , , , ,729. 8, , Okaloosa Okeechobee Orange Osceola Palm Beach 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam St. Johns 22, , , , , , , , , , , , ,594. 2, , , , , , , ,7.63 4, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , St. Lucie Santa Rosa Sarasota Seminole Sumter 11, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,87.2 8, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Suwannee Taylor Union Volusia Wakulla 2, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Walton Washington Washington Special FAMU Lab School FAU - Palm Beach 3, , , , , , , , ,6.89 3, , FAU - St. Lucie FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon UF Lab Virtual School , , , , , , , , , , , Total 867, , , ,67, , , , , , ,961,998.19

15 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 13 of FEFP Third Calculation Funded WFTE FEFP Third Calculation Funded Weighted FTE Basic Basic Basic ESOL/Intensive ESE ESE Career Total Education Education Education English Support Support Education Total Additional Funded Grades K-3 Grades 4-8 Grades 9-12 Grades K-12 Level IV Level V Grades 9-12 Weighted Weighted Weighted 11 & & & FTE 1 FTE 2 FTE Alachua 1, , , , , Baker 1, , , , , Bay 9, , , , , , Bradford 1, , , , Brevard 24, , ,67.7 1, , , , , , Broward 8, , , , , , , , , , Calhoun , , Charlotte 4, , , , , Citrus 5,63.5 5, , , , Clay 11, ,73.4 1, , , , , Collier 12, , , , , , , Columbia 3, , , , , Miami-Dade 97, , , , , , , , , , DeSoto 1, , , , , Dixie , , Duval 47, , , , , , , , , , Escambia 15, , , , , , Flagler 4, , , , , Franklin , , Gadsden 2, , , , , Gilchrist , , Glades , , Gulf , , Hamilton , , Hardee 1, , , , , Hendry 2, , , , , Hernando 7, , , , , Highlands 4,45.4 4, , , , Hillsborough 68, , , , , , , , , , Holmes 1, , , , Indian River 5, , , , , Jackson 2, , , , , Jefferson Lafayette , , Lake 14, , , , , , , , Lee 29, , , , , , , , , Leon 12, , , , , , Levy 1, ,44.3 1, , , Liberty , , Madison , , Manatee 14, , , , , , Marion 13, , , , , , , Martin 5, , , , , Monroe 2, , , , , Nassau 3, , , , , Okaloosa 1, , , , , Okeechobee 1, , , , , Orange 56, , , , , , , , , , Osceola 16, , , , , , , , Palm Beach 55, , , , , , , , , , Pasco 22, , , ,7.63 2, , , , Pinellas 33, , ,78.2 4, , , , , , Polk 3, , ,594. 9, , , , , Putnam 3, , , , , St. Johns 11, ,23.5 1, , , , St. Lucie 11, , , , , , Santa Rosa 8, , , , , Sarasota 13, , , , , , , , Seminole 2, , , , , , , , , Sumter 2, , , , , Suwannee 2, , , , , Taylor 1, , , Union , , Volusia 2, , , , , , , , Wakulla 1, , , , , Walton 3, , , , , Washington 1, , , , Washington Special FAMU Lab School FAU - Palm Beach , , FAU - St. Lucie ,58.2 1, FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon , , UF Lab , , Virtual School 1, , , , ,275. Total 867, , , , , , , ,96, ,73.8 3,7, The FEFP Conference Report provides the basis for capping WFTE in the FEFP Third, Fourth, and Final Calculations. 2. Additional Weighted FTE includes Small Supplement, Isolated Schools, Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, Advanced International Certificate of Education, Early Graduation and Industry Certified Career Education FTE.

16 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 14 of FEFP Third Calculation Add-on WFTE FEFP Third Calculation Add-On Weighted FTE Industry Certified Advanced IB IB AICE AICE Isolated ESE Early Career Ed. Total Placement Exam Diploma Diploma Score Schools Supplement Graduation Supplement Add-On FTE FTE FTE FTE FTE FTE FTE FTE FTE FTE Alachua Baker Bay Bradford Brevard , Broward 2, , Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay Collier Columbia Miami-Dade 3, , DeSoto Dixie Duval 1, , Escambia Flagler Franklin Gadsden Gilchrist Glades Gulf Hamilton Hardee Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough 2, , Holmes Indian River Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Lake Lee , Leon Levy Liberty Madison Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau Okaloosa Okeechobee Orange 2, , Osceola Palm Beach 2, , , , Pasco Pinellas , Polk Putnam St. Johns , St. Lucie Santa Rosa Sarasota , Seminole 1, , Sumter Suwannee Taylor Union Volusia Wakulla Walton Washington Washington Special 69 FAMU Lab School 7 FAU - Palm Beach FAU - St. Lucie 72 FSU Lab - Broward 73 FSU Lab - Leon UF Lab Virtual School Total 25, , , , ,38.5 8, ,73.8

17 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 15 of FEFP Third Calculation Add WFTE 254 & FEFP Third Calculation ESE Small Supplemental Weighted FTE Small Small Small Prorated Supplement Supplement Small Program Program ESE WFTE ESE WFTE Supplement Supplement Alachua 2 Baker Bay 4 Bradford Brevard 6 Broward 7 Calhoun Charlotte 9 Citrus 1 Clay 11 Collier 12 Columbia 13 Miami-Dade 14 DeSoto Dixie 16 Duval 17 Escambia 18 Flagler 19 Franklin 2 Gadsden 21 Gilchrist 22 Glades 23 Gulf 24 Hamilton 25 Hardee 26 Hendry 27 Hernando 28 Highlands 29 Hillsborough 3 Holmes 31 Indian River 32 Jackson 33 Jefferson Lafayette 35 Lake 36 Lee 37 Leon 38 Levy Liberty 4 Madison 41 Manatee 42 Marion 43 Martin 44 Monroe 45 Nassau 46 Okaloosa 47 Okeechobee Orange 49 Osceola 5 Palm Beach 51 Pasco 52 Pinellas 53 Polk 54 Putnam 55 St. Johns 56 St. Lucie 57 Santa Rosa 58 Sarasota 59 Seminole 6 Sumter 61 Suwannee Taylor Union 64 Volusia 65 Wakulla 66 Walton Washington 68 Washington Special 69 FAMU Lab School 7 FAU - Palm Beach 71 FAU - St. Lucie 72 FSU Lab - Broward 73 FSU Lab - Leon 74 UF Lab School 75 Virtual School State

18 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 16 of FEFP Third Calculation Add WFTE FEFP Third Calculation ESE Small Supplemental Weighted FTE Program 254 Base Funding Total 's UFTE UFTE WFTE Unweighted Cost per FTE Base Funding Cost Equivalent Supplement Supplement Unweighted FTE Eligible Differential for Program for Program for Program (Col 7 - Col 6) (Lesser of Column 9 x FTE Program 254 (DCD) 254 FTE 254 FTE 254 FTE Divided by Col 5 Col 8 or 3.) Alachua 28, Baker 4, Bay 27, Bradford 3, Brevard 71, Broward 266, , Calhoun 2, Charlotte 15, Citrus 14, Clay 36, Collier 45, Columbia 1, Miami-Dade 354,5.22 2, DeSoto 4, Dixie 2, Duval 127, Escambia 4, Flagler 12, Franklin 1, Gadsden 5, Gilchrist 2, Glades 1, Gulf 1, Hamilton 1, Hardee 5, Hendry 7, Hernando 22, Highlands 12, Hillsborough 28, , Holmes 3, Indian River 17, Jackson 6, Jefferson ,123 14, Lafayette 1, Lake 41, Lee 9, Leon 33, Levy 5, Liberty 1, Madison 2, Manatee 46, Marion 42, Martin 18, Monroe 8, Nassau 11, Okaloosa 3, Okeechobee 6, Orange 194, , Osceola 61, Palm Beach 185, Pasco 69, Pinellas 11, Polk 99, Putnam 1, St. Johns 36, St. Lucie 38, Santa Rosa 26, Sarasota 42, Seminole 66, Sumter 8, Suwannee 5, ,991 28,821 93, Taylor 2, Union 2, Volusia 62, Wakulla 5, Walton 8, ,525 13,58 54, Washington 3, Washington Special FAMU Lab School FAU - Palm Beach 1, FAU - St. Lucie 1, FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon 1, UF Lab School 1, Virtual School 3, State 2,771, , ,639 56, ,

19 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 17 of FEFP Third Calculation Add WFTE FEFP Third Calculation ESE Small Supplemental Weighted FTE Program 255 Base Funding Total 's UFTE UFTE WFTE Unweighted Cost per FTE Base Funding Cost Equivalent Supplement Supplement Unweighted FTE Eligible Differential for Program for Program for Program (Col 7 - Col 6) (Lesser of Column 9 x FTE Program 255 (DCD) 255 FTE 255 FTE 255 FTE Divided by Col 5 Col 8 or 3.) Alachua 28, Baker 4, ,328 33,698 15, Bay 27, Bradford 3, ,23 37,577 98, Brevard 71, Broward 266, Calhoun 2, ,363 32,377 95, Charlotte 15, Citrus 14, Clay 36, Collier 45, Columbia 1, Miami-Dade 354, DeSoto 4, ,324 23,3 99, Dixie 2, ,479 38,91 25, Duval 127, Escambia 4, Flagler 12, Franklin 1, ,149 48,358 34,429 2 Gadsden 5, Gilchrist 2, Glades 1, Gulf 1, Hamilton 1, Hardee 5, ,147 5,118 27, Hendry 7, Hernando 22, Highlands 12, Hillsborough 28, Holmes 3, Indian River 17, Jackson 6, Jefferson ,553 3,288 23, Lafayette 1, Lake 41, Lee 9, Leon 33, Levy 5, ,824 56,17 266, Liberty 1, Madison 2, Manatee 46, Marion 42, Martin 18, Monroe 8, Nassau 11, Okaloosa 3, Okeechobee 6, ,193 36,28 74, Orange 194, Osceola 61, Palm Beach 185, Pasco 69, Pinellas 11, Polk 99, Putnam 1, St. Johns 36, St. Lucie 38, Santa Rosa 26, Sarasota 42, Seminole 66, Sumter 8, Suwannee 5, ,361 2,361 14,53 62 Taylor 2, ,243 5,87 73, Union 2, ,42 21,42 18, Volusia 62, Wakulla 5, Walton 8, ,138 9, , Washington 3, Washington Special FAMU Lab School FAU - Palm Beach 1, FAU - St. Lucie 1, FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon 1, UF Lab School 1, Virtual School 3, State 2,771, , , ,79 1,149,

20 12/21/215 Florida Department of Education Page 18 of FEFP Third Calculation CFS & DJJ FTE FEFP Third Calculation CFS and DJJ Weighted FTE using Program Weights 1 Alachua 2 Baker 3 Bay 4 Bradford 5 Brevard 6 Broward 7 Calhoun 8 Charlotte 9 Citrus 1 Clay 11 Collier 12 Columbia 13 Miami-Dade 14 DeSoto 15 Dixie 16 Duval 17 Escambia 18 Flagler 19 Franklin 2 Gadsden 21 Gilchrist 22 Glades 23 Gulf 24 Hamilton 25 Hardee 26 Hendry 27 Hernando 28 Highlands 29 Hillsborough 3 Holmes 31 Indian River 32 Jackson 33 Jefferson 34 Lafayette 35 Lake 36 Lee 37 Leon 38 Levy 39 Liberty 4 Madison 41 Manatee 42 Marion 43 Martin 44 Monroe 45 Nassau 46 Okaloosa 47 Okeechobee 48 Orange 49 Osceola 5 Palm Beach 51 Pasco 52 Pinellas 53 Polk 54 Putnam 55 St. Johns 56 St. Lucie 57 Santa Rosa 58 Sarasota 59 Seminole 6 Sumter 61 Suwannee 62 Taylor 63 Union 64 Volusia 65 Wakulla 66 Walton 67 Washington 68 Washington Special 69 FAMU Lab School 7 FAU - Palm Beach FAU - St. Lucie FSU Lab - Broward FSU Lab - Leon UF Lab School Virtual School Prior Year Current Year ESOL/Intensive ESE ESE Career ESOL/Intensive ESE ESE Career English Support Support Education English Support Support Education Grades K-12 Level IV Level V Grades 9-12 Grades K-12 Level IV Level V Grades Total

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