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DPI Releases Estimated Impact of Evers’ Partial Veto

By John Forester | July 3, 2019

From the Department of Public Instruction . . .

On July 3, 2019, Governor Evers signed AB 56, the 2019-21 state biennial budget, into law as 2019 Act 9, with partial vetoes. The PDF document below summarizes action on the state budget for K-12 school funding, public libraries and lifelong learning, and the Department’s operations, from the Department’s budget request, Governor Evers’ budget proposal, the final budget as adopted by the Joint Committee on Finance and Legislature, and the final budget as signed with partial vetoes by Governor Evers.

Full Summary of K-12 Education provisions included in the final 2019-21 Biennial Budget 

Partial Veto to the Per Pupil Aid Program: Governor Evers partially vetoed language in AB 56 pertaining to the Per Pupil Aid (PPA) program, under which school districts receive a flat dollar amount per revenue limit member (pupils), as specified in state law. The effect of the Governor’s partial veto is to increase the per member dollar amount that will go to all school districts, for both the 2019-20 and the 2020-21 school years. The estimated impact of Governor Evers’ veto, as compared to AB 56 as adopted by the Legislature, for each school district in the state, is shown in the PDF document directly below. This comparison does not reflect the impact of the partial veto to the Supplemental Per Pupil Aid program, a separate, new program created under the budget bill. 

Estimated Impact of Partial Veto to Per Pupil Aid Program

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