Districts with Title I schools in need of improvement (year 3 and above)
must offer SES to eligible students. The district is responsible for
arranging SES with approved providers selected by the parents of eligible
students. The district must use Title I funds to pay for these services. The
per-pupil financial obligation is the lesser of the actual cost of the
services, or an amount based on the following formula: an amount
equal to the districts Title I, Part A allocation received from
the state divided by the number of poor students in the district, as
determined by estimates produced by the US Bureau of the Census.
Click on the link below to see the "SES maximum per-pupil amount," calculated
using this formula. This amount is listed by district and reflects the
statutory district "cap" on per-child expenditures for SES.