Almost $20 million of that would come to Racine Unified School District.
The figures, given to Wispolitics.com by LaCrosse Rep. Ron Kind, D-WI, 3rd District, come from the House Appropriations and Transportation and Infrastructure Committees, and the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
Among the largest blocks of money, the state would receive:
$1.1 billion for the state fiscal stabilization fundThe full breakdown of projected state funding is here:
$563 million for highways and bridges
$317 million for education, modernization, renovation and repair
$231 million for Individuals with Disabilities Act
$180 million for Title 1 (Education)
Details of Wisconsin's educational allocation are listed as "estimated grants only." Accepting that caveat, "provided solely to assist in making comparisons of the relative impact of alternative formulas as part of the legislative process" ... here's what's listed for Racine:
Title 1-A increase: $2,715,3002010
IDEA increase: $3,004,400
- TOTAL: $13,214,700
Title 1-A increase: $2,715,300How much would other states receive? Here's the state-by-state comparison.
IDEA increase: $3,455,500
- TOTAL: $6,170,700