Julie Erfle 
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Re: “Definite Maybe's From Ducey's School Finance Reform Council

David, after sitting in on these meetings the past month, what I've noticed is that they define "high poverty schools" as schools with 60% or greater Title I students. Considering more than 50% of our students are eligible for Title I funding, I would question calling 60% "high poverty." We have numerous schools with greater than 90% Title I. That's high poverty. And collapsing Group A weight into base level formula will serve to help schools who refuse or stall on diagnosing and helping students with learning disabilities. It's a huge red flag for parents of SPED students.

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Posted by Julie Erfle on 09/23/2015 at 3:33 PM

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