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Gail McSpadden Greenman April 2010 (202) 256-0753.

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1 Gail McSpadden Greenman April 2010 (202)

2  FY 2009  $1,265,718,000  FY 2010  $1,276,183,000  FY 2011 Request  $1,276,183,000

3  FY 2009  $1,128,535,000  FY 2010  $1,138,000,000  FY 2011 Request  $1,138,000,000

4  FY 2009  $ 66,208,000  FY 2010  $ 67,208,000  FY 2011 Request  $ 67,208,000

5  FY 2009  $ 48,602,000  FY 2010  $ 48,602,000  FY 2011 Request  $ 48,602,000

6  FY 2009  $ 17,509,000  FY 2010  $ 17,509,000   FY 2011 Request  $ 17,509,000

7  FY 2009  $ 4,864,000  FY 2010  $ 4,864,000  FY 2011 Request  $ 4,864,000

8  Impact Aid Receipt Estimates FY 2011  Data is critical  Data projections are moving target

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11 CURRENT LAW FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012FY %97.63%95.63%93.67% School DistrictLOT % FY 2010 w/$1.138 bFY 2011 w/$1.148 bFY 2012 w/$1.158 bFY 2013 w/$1.168 b School District A40.00% $ 57,051 $ 53,136 $ 53,609 $ 54,082 School District B23.80% $ 196,768 $ 183,264 $ 184,896 $ 186,528 School District C56.80% $ 1,779,067 $ 1,656,975 $ 1,671,730 $ 1,686,485 School District D7.53% $ 60,558 $ 56,402 $ 56,904 $ 57,407 School District E12.03% $ 56,877 $ 52,974 $ 53,446 $ 53,917 School District F33.69% $ 353,272 $ 329,028 $ 331,958 $ 334,888 School District G74.97% $ 501,834 $ 467,395 $ 471,557 $ 475,719 School District H100.00% $ 616,964 $ 641,395 $ 647,107 $ 652,818

12 CURRENT LAWNCIS Proposal FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012FY %97.63%95.64%93.66% School DistrictLOT % FY 2010 w/$1.138 bFY 2011 w/ $1.148 bFY 2012 w/ $1.158 bFY 2013 w/ $1.168 b School District A40.00% $ 57,051 $ 53,135 $ 53,613 $ 54,079 School District B23.80% $ 196,768 $ 183,262 $ 184,912 $ 186,517 School District C56.80% $ 1,779,067 $ 1,656,955 $ 1,671,876 $ 1,686,382 School District D7.53% $ 60,558 $ 56,401 $ 56,909 $ 57,403 School District E12.03% $ 56,877 $ 52,973 $ 53,450 $ 53,914 School District F33.69% $ 353,272 $ 329,024 $ 331,987 $ 334,868 School District G74.97% $ 501,834 $ 467,389 $ 471,598 $ 475,690 School District H100.00% $ 616,964 $ 641,388 $ 647,163 $ 652,778

13  Mission Statement  The mission of the House and Senate Impact Aid Coalitions is to strengthen the Impact Aid program as well as educate Members of Congress on the program’s merits. The Impact Aid Coalitions will serve as clearinghouses for information concerning the Impact Aid Program and will mobilize Members of Congress when issues affecting the Impact Aid Program are pending before Congress. The Impact Aid Coalitions will work closely with the Executive Branch and Congressional leadership in order that concerns may be heard and considered as policy decisions are made.  House Coalition founded in 1995  Senate Coalition founded in 1996

14 House Demographics  129 Total Membership  Membership Categories ▪ Co-Chairs ▪ Steering Committee ▪ General Membership Senate Demographics  50 Total Membership  Membership Categories ▪ Coordinators ▪ General Membership

15  Letters  Appropriations ▪ Labor, HHS and Education  Authorization ▪ No Child Left Behind  Recognition

16  Education and Labor Committee  49 Members ▪ 13 also members of HIAC  Health Education Labor and Pensions  23 Members ▪ 8 also members of SIAC

17  House Impact Aid Coalition  Susan Davis  Mazie Hirono  Bobby Scott  Judy Biggert  Buck McKeon

18  Senate Impact Aid Coalition  Patty Murray  Jeff Bingaman  Lisa Murkowski  Jack Reed

19  Fresh Start  NCIS Name Recognition  Congressional Resource  Involvement is Critical  GRASSROOTS EFFORT


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