As the House and Senate haggle behind closed doors over the final piece of the budget puzzle — a school finance plan — we've updated our searchable database to include the latest proposals distributing the $4 billion in state funding cuts from Sen. Florence Shapiro, R-Plano, and Rep. Scott Hochberg, D-Houston.
All signs point to the final product being a hybrid of either Hochberg or Shapiro's (our money is on the latter) and the proration plan from Rep. Rob Eissler, R-The Woodlands. His plan would enact an across-the-board 6 percent reduction to districts. (That includes the EduJobs stimulus money on top of state funding reductions — the figures below do not contain districts' share of the $830 million in federal funds.)
Hochberg and Shapiro's plans both distribute the cuts on a sliding scale, saddling wealthier districts with bigger reductions.
Check below to see what that means for your district — and come back when the deal's done, because we'll update with the final figures as soon as we have them.