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1 FLORIDA EDUCATION FINANCE PROGRAM SECOND CALCULATION SCHOOL BUSINESS SERVICES OFFICE OF FUNDING AND FINANCIAL REPORTING Friday, July 15, 216

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS FEFP Calculation Comparisons... 1 FEFP Funding Summary Pages... 4 Unweighted FTE by Program... 8 Weighted FTE... 1 Funded Weighted FTE by Program Additions to Funded 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... 2 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 Reading Allocation Virtual Education Contribution Digital Classrooms Allocation Federally Connected Students Supplement Class Size Reduction Allocation Discretionary Lottery / School Recognition Allocation Required Local Effort Taxes Millage Rates Local Effort Taxes... 47

3 FEFP Second Calculation FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Page 1 of 47 FEFP Comparison 7/15/ FEFP Second Calculation STATEWIDE SUMMARY COMPARISON TO FEFP First Calculation FEFP FEFP First Second Percentage Calculation Calculation Difference Difference MAJOR FEFP FORMULA COMPONENTS Unweighted FTE 2,87, ,87, % Weighted FTE 3,37, ,37,122.3 (616.16) -.2% School Taxable Value 1,75,543,81,661 1,771,785,134,372 21,241,323, % Required Local Effort Millage (.56) -1.19% Discretionary Millage % Total Millage (.56) -1.3% Base Student Allocation 4, , % FEFP DETAIL WFTE x BSA x DCD (Base FEFP Funding) 12,648,878,443 12,646,35,367 (2,573,76) -.2% Declining Enrollment Supplement 1,35,15 2,235,897 93, % Sparsity Supplement 52,8, 52,8,.% State-Funded Discretionary Contribution 17,326,286 17,531,195 24, %.748 Mills Discretionary Compression 21,93,875 29,336,513 7,45, % DJJ Supplemental Allocation 7,575,527 7,575,527.% Safe Schools 64,456,19 64,456,19.% ESE Guaranteed Allocation 1,55,34,496 1,55,34,496.% Supplemental Academic Instruction 79,992,174 79,992,174.% Instructional Materials 228,792, ,792,422.% Student Transportation 435,164, ,164,782.% Teachers Classroom Supply Assistance 45,286,75 45,286,75.% Reading Allocation 13,, 13,,.% Virtual Education Contribution 16,38,777 16,138,43 99,626.62% Digital Classroom Allocation 8,, 8,,.% Federally Connected Supplement 12,136,893 12,136,893.% TOTAL FEFP 15,76,988,594 15,713,56,438 6,67,844.4% Less: Required Local Effort 7,65,66,299 7,65,418, ,268.% GROSS STATE FEFP 8,11,922,295 8,17,637,871 5,715,576.7% Proration to Appropriation (5,715,576) (5,715,576).% NET STATE FEFP 8,11,922,295 8,11,922,295.% STATE CATEGORICAL PROGRAMS Class Size Reduction Allocation 3,74,633,9 3,74,633,9.% Discretionary Lottery/School Recognition 134,582, ,582,877.% TOTAL STATE CATEGORICAL FUNDING 3,29,215,886 3,29,215,886.% TOTAL STATE FUNDING 11,311,138,181 11,311,138,181.% LOCAL FUNDING Total Required Local Effort 7,65,66,299 7,65,418, ,268.% Total Discretionary Taxes from.748 Mills 1,24,719,648 1,255,62,895 14,883, % TOTAL LOCAL FUNDING 8,845,785,947 8,861,21,462 15,235,515.17% TOTAL FUNDING 2,156,924,128 2,172,159,643 15,235,515.8% Total Funds per UFTE 7, , %

4 FEFP Second Calculation Florida Department of Education Page 2 of 47 Comparisons 1 7/15/ FEFP Second Calculation Change in FTE and Funds Compared to the FEFP First 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 First Second Difference Difference First Second Difference Difference , , % 21,416,23 22,286,68 87,45.43% 4, , % 34,38,38 34,275, ,941.7% 27, , % 195,374, ,136, ,376.39% 2, , % 22,526,662 22,6,7 73,345.33% 72, , % 521,884, ,197, ,25.6% 27, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,34.1 8, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , %.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.%.% 1,933,189,7 16,785,9 113,727,85 14,963,14 261,586, ,583,631 71,71,734 2,587,363,743 35,297,179 15,924,623 92,81,34 284,183,574 88,618,735 9,754,882 39,15,177 2,931,665 13,218,248 14,214,53 13,198,662 36,742,361 51,374, ,941,767 84,974,187 1,59,343,743 23,684,15 125,31,27 46,885,237 6,941,861 9,48, ,924, ,113,55 24,231,266 4,166,926 11,343,715 19,73, ,671,99 289,558, ,81,411 73,397,373 82,69, ,57,8 46,717,496 1,427,352, ,884,744 1,413,934,239 59,692, ,451, ,219,143 76,725,15 261,784,9 271,67, ,98, ,799, ,864,245 61,226,371 4,599,628 19,112,454 17,89, ,524,35 35,489,728 67,56,17 23,737,933 1,263,621 4,79,697 8,716,21 1,86,173 5,529,29 12,414,31 8,948,21 171,975,517 1,937,556,31 4,366,61 16,753,264 (31,745) 114,35,71 622,986 15,328, , ,774,54 188,21 377,682,379 1,98,748 71,693,862 (16,872) 2,587,721, ,715 35,648, ,413 15,914,742 (9,881) 921,337,92 527, ,179,646 (3,928) 88,516,595 (12,14) 9,673,645 (81,237) 39,44,45 28,868 2,914,457 (17,28) 13,115,336 (12,912) 14,315,136 1,66 13,168,43 (3,619) 36,654,734 (87,627) 51,392,928 18,74 156,492,432 55,665 85,81,132 16,945 1,55,736,533 (3,67,21) 23,727,967 43, ,371,326 1,61,119 47,94,79 29,472 6,95,772 8,911 9,76,612 28, ,368,65 1,444,12 675,988,884 (124,621) 24,362,132 13,866 4,254,375 87,449 11,261,432 (82,283) 19,633,253 (69,978) 341,2,43 (1,668,669) 29,928,588 1,37, ,949, ,26 73,37,82 (9,291) 82,635,273 (54,963) 221,542,96 485,88 46,636,293 (81,23) 1,423,966,717 (3,386,82) 432,662,46 777,662 1,411,61,775 (2,323,464) 511,362,21 1,669, ,294,839 1,843, ,683,376 2,464,233 76,691,858 (33,292) 262,35, , ,562, , ,148,53 239, ,358, , ,353, ,37 6,881,748 (344,623) 4,694,44 94,812 18,935,81 (176,644) 17,17,648 (72,34) 444,11,777 2,586,742 35,761, ,7 67,76,15 199,998 23,693,81 (44,132) 1,262,187 (1,434) 4,88,455 8,758 8,724,544 8,334 1,83,564 (2,69) 5,535,491 6,21 12,49,46 (4,625) 8,942,921 (5,28) 171,631,651 (343,866).23% -.19%.55%.35%.7%.29% -.2%.1% 1.% -.6%.6%.% -.12% -.83%.7% -.8% -.78%.71% -.23% -.24%.4%.35%.13% -.24%.19%.85%.45%.13%.31%.5% -.2%.5%.22% -.73% -.36% -.49%.47%.1% -.12% -.7%.22% -.17% -.24%.18% -.16%.33%.25%.36% -.4%.22%.18%.13%.17%.11% -.56%.23% -.92% -.42%.59%.77%.3% -.19% -.11%.21%.1% -.3%.11% -.4% -.6% -.2% TOTAL 2,87, ,87, % 2,156,924,128 2,172,159,643 15,235,515.8%

5 FEFP Second Calculation Florida Department of Education Page 3 of 47 Comparisons 2 7/15/ FEFP Second Calculation Change in Funds and Funds per Student Compared to the FEFP First 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 First Second Difference Difference First Second Difference Difference ,416,23 22,286,68 87,45.43% 6, , % 34,38,38 34,275, ,941.7% 7,89. 7, % 195,374, ,136, ,376.39% 7,16.8 7, % 22,526,662 22,6,7 73,345.33% 7, , % 521,884, ,197, ,25.6% 7, , % 1,933,189,7 16,785,9 113,727,85 14,963,14 261,586, ,583,631 71,71,734 2,587,363,743 35,297,179 15,924,623 92,81,34 284,183,574 88,618,735 9,754,882 39,15,177 2,931,665 13,218,248 14,214,53 13,198,662 36,742,361 51,374, ,941,767 84,974,187 1,59,343,743 23,684,15 125,31,27 46,885,237 6,941,861 9,48, ,924, ,113,55 24,231,266 4,166,926 11,343,715 19,73, ,671,99 289,558, ,81,411 73,397,373 82,69, ,57,8 46,717,496 1,427,352, ,884,744 1,413,934,239 59,692, ,451, ,219,143 76,725,15 261,784,9 271,67, ,98, ,799, ,864,245 61,226,371 4,599,628 19,112,454 17,89, ,524,35 35,489,728 67,56,17 23,737,933 1,263,621 4,79,697 8,716,21 1,86,173 5,529,29 12,414,31 8,948,21 171,975,517 1,937,556,31 4,366,61 16,753,264 (31,745) 114,35,71 622,986 15,328, , ,774,54 188,21 377,682,379 1,98,748 71,693,862 (16,872) 2,587,721, ,715 35,648, ,413 15,914,742 (9,881) 921,337,92 527, ,179,646 (3,928) 88,516,595 (12,14) 9,673,645 (81,237) 39,44,45 28,868 2,914,457 (17,28) 13,115,336 (12,912) 14,315,136 1,66 13,168,43 (3,619) 36,654,734 (87,627) 51,392,928 18,74 156,492,432 55,665 85,81,132 16,945 1,55,736,533 (3,67,21) 23,727,967 43, ,371,326 1,61,119 47,94,79 29,472 6,95,772 8,911 9,76,612 28, ,368,65 1,444,12 675,988,884 (124,621) 24,362,132 13,866 4,254,375 87,449 11,261,432 (82,283) 19,633,253 (69,978) 341,2,43 (1,668,669) 29,928,588 1,37, ,949, ,26 73,37,82 (9,291) 82,635,273 (54,963) 221,542,96 485,88 46,636,293 (81,23) 1,423,966,717 (3,386,82) 432,662,46 777,662 1,411,61,775 (2,323,464) 511,362,21 1,669, ,294,839 1,843, ,683,376 2,464,233 76,691,858 (33,292) 262,35, , ,562, , ,148,53 239, ,358, , ,353, ,37 6,881,748 (344,623) 4,694,44 94,812 18,935,81 (176,644) 17,17,648 (72,34) 444,11,777 2,586,742 35,761, ,7 67,76,15 199,998 23,693,81 (44,132) 1,262,187 (1,434) 4,88,455 8,758 8,724,544 8,334 1,83,564 (2,69) 5,535,491 6,21 12,49,46 (4,625) 8,942,921 (5,28) 171,631,651 (343,866).23% -.19%.55%.35%.7%.29% -.2%.1% 1.% -.6%.6%.% -.12% -.83%.7% -.8% -.78%.71% -.23% -.24%.4%.35%.13% -.24%.19%.85%.45%.13%.31%.5% -.2%.5%.22% -.73% -.36% -.49%.47%.1% -.12% -.7%.22% -.17% -.24%.18% -.16%.33%.25%.36% -.4%.22%.18%.13%.17%.11% -.56%.23% -.92% -.42%.59%.77%.3% -.19% -.11%.21%.1% -.3%.11% -.4% -.6% -.2% 7, , % 7, , (14.84) -.19% 7, , % 7,5.71 7, % 7,23.5 7, % 8, , % 7, ,42.19 (1.66) -.2% 7, , % 7, , % 7, , (4.63) -.6% 7, , % 7,9.65 7,9.55 (.1).% 6, , (7.98) -.12% 8,69.9 8,1.89 (67.2) -.83% 7, , % 7, ,868.8 (6.47) -.8% 7, , (61.6) -.78% 7, , % 7, , (17.83) -.23% 7,2.82 7,4.8 (16.74) -.24% 7, , % 7, , % 6, , % 7, ,98.3 (17.) -.24% 7, , % 7, , % 7, , % 9, , % 7, , % 6, , % 7, , (1.36) -.2% 7, , % 7, , % 8, , (6.15) -.73% 7, ,389.9 (26.34) -.36% 7, , (34.83) -.49% 6, , % 7, , % 9, ,86.47 (11.19) -.12% 7, , (4.78) -.7% 7, , % 7, , (12.42) -.17% 7, ,12.32 (16.93) -.24% 6, , % 7, , (12.36) -.16% 7, , % 7, , % 6, , % 7, ,89.76 (3.8) -.4% 7,8.92 7, % 7, , % 7, , % 7, , % 6, , % 7, , (41.5) -.56% 6, , % 7, , (67.83) -.92% 7, , (31.56) -.42% 6, , % 7,1.8 7, % 7, , % 7, , (13.9) -.19% 7, , (8.43) -.11% 8, , % 8, , % 7, , (1.84) -.3% 7, , % 7, , (2.7) -.4% 7, , (4.61) -.6% 5, , (1.53) -.2% TOTAL 2,156,924,128 2,172,159,643 15,235,515.8% 7, , %

6 FEFP Second Calculation Florida Department of Education Page 4 of 47 Detail 1 7/15/ FEFP Second Calculation Prekindergarten through Grade 12 Funding Summary - Page $4,16.71 State Funded Times Declining 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, , ,75, ,861,44 3,296,72 2 Baker 4, ,9.51 2,843, ,351,22 39, ,156 1,56,689 3 Bay 27, , ,93, ,829, ,125 4 Bradford 2, , ,974, ,69, ,297 1,41, ,798 5 Brevard 72, , ,668, ,789,53 7,468,59 6 Broward 27, , ,218,23, ,249,755,13 7 Calhoun 2, , ,54, ,878,54 4,646 1,644, ,619 8 Charlotte 15, , ,972, ,943,731 86,451 9 Citrus 14, , ,951, ,792,579 3,345 2,111, ,748 1 Clay 37, , ,429, ,26,91 9,583, Collier 45, , ,256, ,696, Columbia 1, , ,359, ,28,216 1,32,917 2,763, Miami-Dade 355, , ,64,421, ,636,67,75 14 DeSoto 4, , ,284, ,81,4 4, ,391 1,146,47 15 Dixie 2, , ,535, ,893,132 1,66,976 62, Duval 129, , ,997, ,71,989 16,45, Escambia 4, , ,13, ,315,627 5,996 6,128,23 18 Flagler 12, , ,827, ,214,566 23,22 1,215, Franklin 1, , ,354, ,97,324 31, ,762 2 Gadsden 5, , ,357, ,14, ,93 2,129,39 1,368, Gilchrist 2, , ,141, ,527,992 1,884, , Glades 1, , ,417, ,181,75 994, , Gulf 1, ,2.6 8,47, ,91,22 24,29 1,219, Hamilton 1, , ,793, ,248,782 1,31, , Hardee 5, , ,916, ,178,734 35, ,894 1,259,58 26 Hendry 7, , ,446, ,88,157 1,967,181 1,869, Hernando 22, , ,563, ,774,493 23,71 2,245,3 3,945, Highlands 12, , ,998, ,39,358 4,94 2,679,896 1,99,2 29 Hillsborough 212, , ,844, ,514,818 35,26,635 3 Holmes 3, , ,719, ,836,377 6,879 2,39,282 1,87, Indian River 17, , ,223, ,871, , Jackson 6, , ,13, ,819,776 44,87 3,212,694 1,797, Jefferson ,352, ,17,925 35, , Lafayette 1, , ,256, ,843,776 9, , ,13 35 Lake 41, , ,29, ,152,662 5,325,8 36 Lee 92, , ,91, ,67,31 37 Leon 33, , ,659, ,837,52 3,841,1 38 Levy 5, , ,824, ,59,21 14,355 3,87,989 1,148, Liberty 1, , ,518, ,71,867 1,19 995, ,588 4 Madison 2, , ,635, ,758,932 1,56,46 71,95 41 Manatee 47, , ,62, ,278, Marion 42, , ,582, ,37,146 6,996, Martin 19,98.4 2, ,9, ,43,54 44 Monroe 8, , ,136, ,58, Nassau 11, ,18.5 5,679, ,147,393 2,814, Okaloosa 3, , ,29, ,331,465 1,958,2 47 Okeechobee 6, , ,673, ,83,652 62,916 1,727, Orange 199, , ,365, ,111,88 4,293,78 49 Osceola 63, , ,31, ,927,51 12,816,239 5 Palm Beach 187, , ,311, ,859, Pasco 71, , ,54, ,441,392 14,629,25 52 Pinellas 11, , ,674, ,884, Polk 1, , ,377, ,421,296 23,37, Putnam 1, , ,231, ,464,567 34,92 2,899,87 2,351,25 55 St. Johns 37, , ,765, ,959, St. Lucie 38, , ,644, ,345,75 796,423 3,454,21 57 Santa Rosa 26, , ,545, ,443,49 5,297,9 58 Sarasota 42, , ,699, ,38, Seminole 67, , ,98, ,52,45 8,241,294 6 Sumter 8,34.1 8, ,31, ,799,44 61 Suwannee 6, , ,462, ,625,877 2,78,915 1,532, Taylor 2, , ,445, ,579,412 94,889 1,61, , Union 2, , ,44, ,674,737 1,55,47 867,63 64 Volusia 63, , ,723, ,86,331 5,735, Wakulla 5, , ,337, ,244,82 15, ,538 1,449, Walton 8, , ,673, ,25, Washington 3, , ,79, ,25,445 4,474 1,964,172 89, Washington Special , , FAMU Lab School ,3, ,94,198 8,22 357,288 16,249 52,98 7 FAU - Palm Beach 1, ,19.3 4,614, ,768,1 1, , , FAU - St. Lucie 1, , ,249, ,2, , , FSU Lab - Broward ,71, ,151, , FSU Lab - Leon 1, , ,456, ,219, ,5 591, , UF Lab School 1, , ,28, ,93, , ,924 13, Virtual School 32, , ,833, ,833,671 14,793,579 24,714 Total 2,87, ,37, ,636,584,3 12,646,35,367 2,235,897 52,8, 17,531,195 29,336, Additional Weighted FTE for the Small Supplement, Isolated Schools, Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, Advanced International Certificate of Education, Florida Virtual School 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 FEFP Second Calculation Florida Department of Education Page 5 of 47 Detail 2 7/15/ FEFP Second 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 89,692 12,277,776 8,224,167 1,322, ,786 2,485,818 3,822,84 47,225 2 Baker 123,98 1,77,428 1,773,38 31, ,245 1,234,542 78,35 3 Bay 737,327 9,85,213 7,773,234 1,293, ,345 2,237,148 4,985, ,211 4 Bradford 19,77 1,282,67 916, ,23 25,25 77,13 48,323 5 Brevard 1,66,31 29,782,995 19,687,62 3,261,14 22,363 6,165,69 1,73,18 1,18,342 6 Broward 5,897,465 95,18,1 62,19,415 12,19, ,39 21,871,49 32,125,887 4,414,136 7 Calhoun 86, ,75 486,95 2,29 18, ,937 34,97 8 Charlotte 364,54 6,33,772 3,453, ,699 1,37,93 3,291,39 253,554 9 Citrus 339,599 7,39,286 3,277, , ,133 1,16,53 3,723, ,92 1 Clay 64,944 12,3,227 9,66,813 1,71,198 19,28 3,157,67 7,65,492 67, Collier 745,93 21,884,56 11,53,161 2,175, ,923 3,863,152 7,113,51 748, Columbia 284,931 4,169,995 3,872,639 52,1 831,484 2,22,66 166, Miami-Dade 9,92,7 138,686, ,76,515 15,823, ,775 28,124,854 2,698,822 5,797, DeSoto 163,245 2,83,83 1,938, ,641 31,26 381,429 78,8 79,31 15 Dixie 16,48 565, ,57 2, ,774 63,639 34,83 16 Duval 3,478,4 48,247,792 34,421,978 5,726, ,568 1,178,949 19,181,534 2,16, Escambia 1,21,363 14,86,696 1,951,93 1,797, ,441 3,111,2 1,22,31 653, Flagler 276,282 5,984,2 2,768, ,736 1,51,58 2,661,182 28, Franklin 83,94 464,2 277,37 162,99 15, ,713 19,727 2 Gadsden 167,524 1,753,677 1,514,13 327, ,65 1,649,624 86, Gilchrist 94,819 1,53, ,16 225, , ,58 43, Glades 84, ,429 32, , ,615 21,888 27,54 23 Gulf 96, , ,39 19, ,14 38,448 3, Hamilton 12, ,19 372, ,571 52, , ,77 28,32 25 Hardee 143,433 1,882,255 1,161, ,864 42,737 1,55,43 85, Hendry 21,416 2,482,15 1,74,656 41, ,681 1,412, , Hernando 485,41 9,25,926 5,125,442 1,34,211 1,747,528 4,827,78 36, Highlands 319,289 4,77,215 2,476,848 68, ,727 2,71,636 2,63 29 Hillsborough 3,475,758 83,692,411 47,75,28 9,324,12 63,181 16,973,234 33,986,397 3,461,42 3 Holmes 15,49 1,86, , , , ,639 51, Indian River 399,683 5,232,996 3,85, ,385 1,331,343 3,66,3 283, Jackson 165,811 2,289,493 1,31,43 372,47 34, ,712 1,747,897 15,81 33 Jefferson 87, , , ,433 61,262 22,149 12, Lafayette 75, ,227 26, ,489 95, ,971 19, Lake 835,92 13,613,76 1,342,9 1,882,435 3,25,73 8,589, ,66 36 Lee 1,662,868 42,53,759 22,94,11 4,79, ,193 7,72,332 21,975,732 1,51, Leon 1,149,119 17,817,948 9,88,543 1,524, ,581 2,641,937 5,2, , Levy 124,75 2,135,824 1,249, , ,415 1,387,235 86, Liberty 75, , , ,276 21,867 19, ,319 22,322 4 Madison 114,716 1,35, , ,261 84, , ,692 43, Manatee 1,11,39 21,28,377 11,627,336 2,161, ,634 3,922,865 7,141, , Marion 861,7 16,33,545 12,834,63 1,823, ,567 3,33,534 1,817, , Martin 378,941 7,314,86 3,888, ,124 37,4 1,854,971 3,66, , Monroe 37,256 3,241,153 1,86, ,92 1,285 62,117 1,54, , Nassau 223,363 3,15,141 2,57,67 596, ,388 2,647, , Okaloosa 69,935 12,74,81 8,617,615 1,423,464 25,524 2,515,349 6,289, ,26 47 Okeechobee 19,82 2,9,952 1,733, ,19 228, ,746 1,667,238 16,67 48 Orange 4,917,768 6,23,617 47,811,69 8,955,523 44,841 16,968,759 28,487,34 3,263, Osceola 1,77,433 17,679,467 13,533,174 2,792,53 24,898 5,395,49 11,431,196 1,29,4 5 Palm Beach 4,221,449 72,733,449 41,263,879 8,617, ,4 14,815,55 24,956,26 3,66, Pasco 1,338,779 3,63,71 19,13,951 3,171, ,58 5,945,219 15,995,39 1,163, Pinellas 3,124,88 45,784,29 24,44,421 4,548,16 433,54 8,229,752 12,461,89 1,662, Polk 1,939,37 36,339,445 26,767,422 4,284,43 278,125 8,183,76 22,9,81 1,636,44 54 Putnam 292,622 3,528,457 3,122, , ,162 2,65, , St. Johns 591,988 11,873,221 7,181,287 1,717, ,321 3,185,231 8,82,94 69, St. Lucie 756,158 16,28,915 1,112,139 1,721,128 11,669 3,214,73 9,543,71 627,8 57 Santa Rosa 373,635 9,249,527 7,719,347 1,23,788 2,248,699 6,195, , Sarasota 959,228 23,61,512 8,741,111 2,8,71 3,588,43 6,297, ,84 59 Seminole 1,225,286 2,521,356 16,219,978 2,97,51 5,274,6 11,564,968 1,93,326 6 Sumter 199,39 3,561,46 1,98, ,99 681,87 1,81,13 135,52 61 Suwannee 158, ,973 1,255, , ,696 1,417,55 98, Taylor 111,182 1,19, , , , ,25 42, Union 88, ,35 54,17 27,855 33, , ,513 37, Volusia 1,581,16 24,531,867 17,155,787 2,781, ,654 5,345,154 1,618,313 1,35, Wakulla 14,251 1,587, , ,91 42,61 1,692,128 82, Walton 229,335 2,616,564 1,488, ,515 54, ,716 2,16, , Washington 19, , ,85 241, , ,715 51,84 68 Washington Special 1, ,633 14, , ,658 15,53 2, FAMU Lab School 65,964 19,475 37, ,621 36,355 7,572 7 FAU - Palm Beach 7,358 97, ,124 16, ,753 17, FAU - St. Lucie 72, ,89 422,17 174,515 17,72 23, FSU Lab - Broward 67,61 173, ,32 145,246 53,838 11, FSU Lab - Leon 74, , ,38 184,288 14,424 27,94 74 UF Lab School 7, ,4 34, ,59 18,74 18,68 75 Virtual School 778,424 1,437,881 2,5,359 Total 64,456,19 1,55,34,496 79,992,174 13,, 7,575, ,792, ,164,782 45,286,75

8 FEFP Second Calculation Florida Department of Education Page 6 of 47 Detail 3 7/15/ FEFP Second Calculation Prekindergarten through Grade 12 Funding Summary - Page 3 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 71 FAU - St. Lucie 72 FSU Lab - Broward 73 FSU Lab - Leon 74 UF Lab School 75 Virtual School Virtual Education Contribution Digital Classrooms Allocation Federally Connected Student Supplement Gross State & Local FEFP Required Local Effort Taxes Proration To Appropriation Net State FEFP , , ,82,985 62,17,228 (58,128) 97,637, ,259 28,241,9 3,856,95 (1,273) 24,373,831 12, , , ,271,418 69,938,738 (55,388) 82,277,292 2, ,417 18,623,371 4,298,996 (6,774) 14,317,61 45,4 1,633,773 2,51, ,8,977 16,553,385 (149,893) 251,377,699 4,72 23,664 16, ,256 2,218 24,482 41, ,525 21,258 3,81 1, ,67 8,31 124,2 14,218 16,568 24,333 24, ,8 43,16 12,11 22,38 3,242 1,521 2, ,676 5,47 42,776 6,123 11,88 15,19 169,722 2, ,717 17,449 75,957 36,171 48,494 12,63 2,14 1, ,156 4,86 2,54 1,14 2,273 13,987,784 4,739,98 533, ,55 733,336 1,83,766 1,218, ,57 6,68, , ,456 2,523,75 1,128,189 7, , , , , ,43 526, ,27 611, , ,17 3,824, , ,312 61, ,19 518,699 1,156,635 1,942,311 1,28,1 583, , ,642 1,25,774 1,162,38 799, ,453 68, ,377 62,461 3,634,569 1,488,44 3,445,68 1,617,649 2,97,275 2,71, ,549 1,85,424 1,12,27 912,696 1,166,7 1,55,19 63, ,51 54, ,92 1,495,66 579, , ,794 2,667 57, , ,223 51, , , ,181 65, ,913 1,742,16 267, ,328 58,229 98,14 2,377,545 29,18 1,177,844 1,488,51,589 14,65,556 85,525,496 82,64, ,359,71 263,671,223 58,84,18 1,982,157,797 29,26,566 13,296, ,677, ,27,794 68,751,416 7,39,832 32,36,1 17,426,172 1,838,445 11,48,11 1,84,274 29,768,14 42,139,34 125,744,47 68,189,743 1,198,291,912 2,64,952 94,529,29 39,51,565 5,648,599 7,625, ,874, ,889,979 19,595,78 33,266,966 9,732,246 16,423, ,536,78 233,235,344 16,37,148 45,816,365 63,9, ,967,57 38,538,48 1,99,919, ,3,13 1,59,267, ,864, ,68, ,576,977 62,556,474 22,375, ,11,65 148,299,64 244,365, ,283,967 43,516,82 33,99,735 15,267,828 14,291, ,422,582 29,169,846 45,882,458 19,73,327 1,262,646 3,597,324 7,483,181 8,336,98 4,586,874 1,551,986 7,718, ,536, ,611,925 1,918,38 7,558,183 4,445,436 45,311, ,316,438 11,521,18 1,311,22,762 6,69,189 2,363, ,859,327 76,571,774 38,31,639 6,335,747 6,441,518 2,966,241 2,65,419 7,91,368 3,377,96 7,225,399 8,735,39 38,113,857 22,923, ,76,338 2,286,341 71,616,64 7,235,94 2,69,931 1,193,37 85,861,31 344,23,53 71,281,722 7,976,856 1,44,692 3,244, ,629,13 76,823,71 93,848,416 41,239,862 34,96,687 75,113,38 7,847, ,228,552 1,265,38 782,414,735 19,658,46 327,455, ,979,553 15,932,527 16,146,38 88,485,87 42,642, ,951, ,57,543 39,166,659 7,496,537 5,894,3 1,145, ,71,55 5,41,54 41,291,826 4,72,751 (541,438) (5,116) (31,11) (3,47) (77,245) (95,91) (21,43) (721,4) (1,558) (4,837) (264,691) (82,646) (25,8) (2,561) (11,751) (6,339) (3,942) (4,19) (3,93) (1,828) (15,328) (45,739) (24,84) (435,875) (7,298) (34,385) (14,25) (2,55) (2,774) (83,616) (188,17) (69,329) (12,11) (3,54) (5,974) (95,497) (84,839) (38,571) (16,665) (23,243) (63,28) (14,18) (4,92) (125,966) (385,35) (149,814) (25,41) (24,272) (22,755) (73,614) (78,242) (53,943) (88,887) (133,235) (15,829) (12,4) (5,554) (5,199) (126,738) (1,61) (16,69) (7,167) (459) (1,38) (2,722) (3,32) (1,668) (3,838) (2,88) (62,396) 79,348,226 12,142,42 14,936,23 42,129,34 166,969,965 26,258,875 47,297,597 67,234,31 22,46,819 1,928, ,553,895 15,553,374 3,694,769 71,524 25,852,732 14,453,592 8,184,84 3,952,714 7,422,438 22,531,787 33,388,937 87,584,451 45,241,326 81,779,699 17,771,313 22,878,22 31,81,456 2,955,613 6,429, ,929, ,471, ,244,729 25,278,9 8,684,14 13,173, ,812, ,326,84 12,15,161 4,559,838 28,916,322 98,79,919 3,676, ,291, ,98, ,467,626 32,56, ,19, ,393,152 46,61,192 96,156, ,537,16 15,62,877 24,324, ,58,189 4,334,332 25,591,158 9,368,271 13,141,172 24,224,339 23,749,182 4,573,942 15,623,49 1,262,187 3,596,16 7,48,459 8,333,876 4,585,26 1,548,148 7,715, ,474,16 Total 16,138,43 8,, 12,136,893 15,713,56,438 7,65,418,567 (5,715,576) 8,11,922,295

9 FEFP Second Calculation Florida Department of Education Page 7 of 47 Detail 4 7/15/ FEFP Second Calculation Prekindergarten 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 Virtual School Lottery and School Recognition 1 Allocation Total State Funding Taxes.748 Discretionary Local Effort Total Local Funding Net State FEFP 97,637,629 24,373,831 82,277,292 14,317,61 251,377,699 79,348,226 12,142,42 14,936,23 42,129,34 166,969,965 26,258,875 47,297,597 67,234,31 22,46,819 1,928, ,553,895 15,553,374 3,694,769 71,524 25,852,732 14,453,592 8,184,84 3,952,714 7,422,438 22,531,787 33,388,937 87,584,451 45,241,326 81,779,699 17,771,313 22,878,22 31,81,456 2,955,613 6,429, ,929, ,471, ,244,729 25,278,9 8,684,14 13,173, ,812, ,326,84 12,15,161 4,559,838 28,916,322 98,79,919 3,676, ,291, ,98, ,467,626 32,56, ,19, ,393,152 46,61,192 96,156, ,537,16 15,62,877 24,324, ,58,189 4,334,332 25,591,158 9,368,271 13,141,172 24,224,339 23,749,182 4,573,942 15,623,49 1,262,187 3,596,16 7,48,459 8,333,876 4,585,26 1,548,148 7,715, ,474,16 1,985, ,298 1,865,373 72,71 4,99,77 12,246, , , ,57 2,119,481 2,351,5 381,99 15,381, ,559 48,825 5,158,968 1,553, ,311 31, , , ,292 35, , ,574 1,251,27 321,844 8,914,88 18,85 978, ,146 45,138 57,815 2,113,636 3,846,668 1,824,12 167,54 53,99 1,98,465 1,852,683 1,361, , ,23 2,451,567 58,154 9,676,34 1,883,62 9,254,19 3,853,72 4,939,581 4,149, ,511 3,84,279 1,221,987 2,192,775 2,734,66 4,719, , ,677 7, ,227 4,17,565 4, ,861 82,796 97, ,556 65, ,317 19, ,635 Class Size Reduction 3,614,55 5,84,972 3,494,34 3,218,759 8,46,97 38,954,184 2,185,423 16,793,915 15,348,388 39,848,48 52,486,335 1,579,72 43,41,914 5,261,562 2,195, ,498,494 43,217,5 13,89,315 1,251,717 5,564,44 2,888,442 1,839,49 1,984,857 1,781,428 5,576,414 7,747,671 23,349,249 12,952,28 236,727,994 3,197,56 19,16,732 6,642,96 821,711 1,198,866 45,544,943 1,992,291 36,377,646 5,542,711 1,357,99 2,642,17 52,856,842 43,58,778 21,374,882 9,51,327 12,284,97 33,124,311 6,778, ,196,94 68,451, ,215,36 77,666, ,189,251 17,463,19 11,374,541 39,774,693 41,12,94 27,912,568 47,968,961 71,945,462 8,691,19 6,119,775 2,693,611 2,396,733 68,217,88 5,325,498 9,34,365 3,264, ,439 1,146,35 1,614, ,449 1,697,941 1,117,363 13,237,43 29,774,11 114,637,5 17,68, ,884,439 1,3,548,935 14,512,17 32,495,33 58,366,992 28,937,494 81,96,26 58,259,37 1,88,657,112 27,96,94 13,173, ,211, ,324,86 44,428,395 1,984,632 31,539,129 17,465,67 1,23,574 6,78,863 9,239,423 28,284,778 41,255, ,184,97 58,515,45 1,56,421,781 21,76,94 42,963,126 38,677,562 3,822,462 7,686, ,587, ,31, ,446,387 3,988,26 1,41,923 15,869, ,577,55 21,688,265 34,886,757 14,143,96 42,36, ,366,797 37,513,74 82,163, ,243,999 5,936, ,577,76 355,148,73 535,5,625 58,141, ,15, ,879,97 135,78,22 75,28,172 34,245,64 13,54,141 31,96,61 12,69,439 15,687, ,611,992 29,475,451 14,297,168 18,97,81 1,262,187 4,88,455 8,724,544 1,83,564 5,535,491 12,49,46 8,942, ,631,651 Required Local Effort 62,17,228 3,856,95 69,938,738 4,298,996 16,553, ,611,925 1,918,38 7,558,183 4,445,436 45,311, ,316,438 11,521,18 1,311,22,762 6,69,189 2,363, ,859,327 76,571,774 38,31,639 6,335,747 6,441,518 2,966,241 2,65,419 7,91,368 3,377,96 7,225,399 8,735,39 38,113,857 22,923, ,76,338 2,286,341 71,616,64 7,235,94 2,69,931 1,193,37 85,861,31 344,23,53 71,281,722 7,976,856 1,44,692 3,244, ,629,13 76,823,71 93,848,416 41,239,862 34,96,687 75,113,38 7,847, ,228,552 1,265,38 782,414,735 19,658,46 327,455, ,979,553 15,932,527 16,146,38 88,485,87 42,642, ,951, ,57,543 39,166,659 7,496,537 5,894,3 1,145, ,71,55 5,41,54 41,291,826 4,72,751 9,941,41 644,973 11,561, ,58 25,76, ,395, ,56 11,296,558 6,515,87 7,525,149 59,269,681 1,913, ,861,584 1,78, ,212 43,267,236 12,283,12 6,56,561 1,353,266 1,63, , ,343 1,144,95 55,714 1,144,557 1,42,77 6,193,65 3,642,69 62,238, ,722 11,791,596 1,181, , ,91 13,919,431 54,447,963 11,634,23 1,289, , ,342 23,795,912 12,416,622 15,214,264 17,924,124 5,638,334 12,61,991 1,274,976 87,574,613 16,153,27 128,259,89 18,126,899 53,69,642 22,698,198 2,618,87 17,189,27 14,197,28 6,798,39 39,378,661 22,537,675 8,21,948 1,237, , ,124 23,427,28 876,293 12,117,21 65,249 72,48,638 4,51,878 81,499,882 4,991, ,313,559 97,7,366 2,241,94 81,854,741 46,961,36 52,837,1 296,586,119 13,434,555 1,499,64,346 7,687,652 2,741,531 35,126,563 88,854,786 44,88,2 7,689,13 7,54,916 3,448,787 3,91,762 8,236,273 3,928,62 8,369,956 1,137,746 44,37,462 26,565, ,314,752 2,651,63 83,48,2 8,417,147 3,128,31 1,39,217 99,78, ,678,466 82,915,745 9,266,115 1,219,59 3,763, ,424,925 89,24,323 19,62,68 59,163,986 4,599,21 87,175,299 9,122, ,83, ,418,47 91,673, ,784, ,146,136 16,677,751 18,55, ,335,38 12,683,15 49,44, ,33, ,18,218 47,377,67 8,733,83 6,866,371 1,33, ,498,785 6,286,347 53,48,847 4,723, Total State and Local Funding 22,286,68 34,275, ,136,887 22,6,7 522,197,998 1,937,556,31 16,753, ,35,71 15,328, ,774,54 377,682,379 71,693,862 2,587,721,458 35,648,592 15,914, ,337,92 284,179,646 88,516,595 9,673,645 39,44,45 2,914,457 13,115,336 14,315,136 13,168,43 36,654,734 51,392, ,492,432 85,81,132 1,55,736,533 23,727, ,371,326 47,94,79 6,95,772 9,76, ,368,65 675,988,884 24,362,132 4,254,375 11,261,432 19,633, ,2,43 29,928, ,949,437 73,37,82 82,635, ,542,96 46,636,293 1,423,966, ,662,46 1,411,61, ,362,21 736,294, ,683,376 76,691, ,35, ,562, ,148,53 334,358, ,353,282 6,881,748 4,694,44 18,935,81 17,17, ,11,777 35,761,798 67,76,15 23,693,81 1,262,187 4,88,455 8,724,544 1,83,564 5,535,491 12,49,46 8,942, ,631,651 State 8,11,922, ,582,877 3,74,633,9 11,311,138,181 7,65,418,567 1,255,62,895 8,861,21,462 2,172,159, Distributed under revenue code 3344 for Discretionary Lottery and revenue code 3361 for School Recognition. Not considered FEFP for reporting and funds distribution.

10 FEFP Second Calculation Florida Department of Education Page 8 of 47 UFTE 7/15/ FEFP Second Calculation Unweighted FTE by Program 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 71 FAU - St. Lucie 72 FSU Lab - Broward 73 FSU Lab - Leon 74 UF Lab 75 Virtual School Group 1 Total Group 2 Total Grand Total , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,2.49 8, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,12.7 1, , , , , , , , , , ,6.2 21, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,2.52 2, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,.1 11, , , , , , , ,23.3 1,4.59 5, , , , , , , , ,11.9 2, , ,42.6 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,83. 3, , ,5.47 1, , , , , , , , , , , ,64.7 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,4.46 3, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,3.94 2,18.1 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,4.31 2, , , , , , , ,67.8 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,68.8 1, , , , , , , , , , , ,68.7 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,39.4 2, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,8.51 7, , ,6.15 2, ,964. 4, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,98.4 8, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,2.39 8,34.1 6, , , , , , , , , , , ,649.7 State 622, , , , , , ,543, , , , , ,31.7 2,87,961.85

11 FEFP Second Calculation Florida Department of Education Page 9 of 47 UFTE (2) 7/15/ FEFP Second 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, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Broward Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay 72, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Collier Columbia Miami-Dade DeSoto Dixie 1, , , , , , , , , , ,42.6 1, , , , ,4.31 2, , , , , , , , , , , , Duval Escambia Flagler Franklin Gadsden 42, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Gilchrist Glades Gulf Hamilton Hardee , , , , ,67.8 1, , , , , , , , Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Holmes 1, , , , ,5.65 2, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Indian River Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Lake 4, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,39.4 1, , , , , , Lee Leon Levy Liberty Madison 26, ,46.4 1, , , , , , , , , , , ,55.2 4, , , , , , , , , Manatee Marion Martin Monroe Nassau 13,9.9 12, , , , , , , ,4.98 4, , , , , , , , , , , ,68.7 1, , , , , , , , ,98.4 8, , Okaloosa Okeechobee Orange Osceola Palm Beach 9, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam St. Johns 2, , , , , , , , , , , , ,19.8 2, , , , , , ,29.1 1, , , , , , ,8.51 7, , , , , , , , St. Lucie Santa Rosa Sarasota Seminole Sumter 1, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,55.3 1, , , , , , , , , , , ,964. 4, , , , ,2.39 8, 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 , , , , , , , , , , , , ,649.7 Total 775, ,2, ,12.4 2,543, , , , , ,31.7 2,87,961.85

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