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For your review: The DOE’s $18 billion, one-page budget

The Department of Education released its one-page “budget estimate” for public comment this afternoon. By law, the citywide school board must approve estimates of the “total sum” the DOE will spend in the coming year as well as the formulas that determine how that money is divvied out to schools. Normally, there’s a 45-day public comment period before the board votes, but because school budgets were so delayed this year, the panel will hold an emergency vote on the estimate this month.

For those who want to dive into the details of how the department plans to spend its money, there’s not much here. More detailed information on the proposed funding breakdowns is available in a City Council report here (pdf).

The city’s one-pager on the budget is below the jump:

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