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funding.The Senate today voted 35 15 to accept an amendment offered by Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi, R Delaware County, to reflect the outcome of the negotiations over the formula's treatment of charter schools.Pileggi said the amendment's intention is to implement the new formula "in a way that allows public charter schools to continue to grow and to thrive."The measure, if approved by the Senate, would move to the House for consideration.For school districts, the new tiered formula would apply only to new money that the state provides for special education beyond the $1 billion that it has provided in each of the last six years.The formula provides for schools to receive up to $25,000 to educate students requiring the least intensive services, between $25,000 and $50,000 to educate students requiring moderately intensive services, and more than $50,000 to educate the most severely disabled students.Charter schools, meanwhile, would be paid a "blended rate" for up to 17 years as they transition to the new funding distribution formula, according to an aide to Pileggi.The blended rate would take into account the rate a district paid to a charter school this past year and the number of special education students that the charter served from that district and combine that with the new cost category rate for any additional students enrolled above the 2013 14 enrollment.Pileggi's amendment also provides for an appeals process if charter schools have a dispute with the rate they are being paid.Sen. Andy Dinniman, D Chester County, voiced concern Prada Iphone 8 Plus Case about how that amendment would hurt small brick and mortar charter schools and sought to exempt them from the new formula, but that amendment was overwhelmingly rejected.Robert Fayfich, executive Purse Burberry Price
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