The state Education Department on Tuesday released three versions of a public school funding formula for the 2004-2005 school year. The Education Department used 2002-03 enrollment data in determining how much state aid each district should receive for the next school year. Using that data, this table shows the average amount to be spent per student under three plans. The table shows district name and enrollment in 2002-03. Dollar figures show average per-pupil spending under a plan by Gov. Mike Huckabee that has school staff levels mandated by the state, estimates that include the Huckabee plan and elements of the current formula (which includes more money for poorer districts, special student needs and is backed by many superintendents) and funding levels recommended by a team of consultants who studied Arkansas` public education system last summer. The table is ranked by the Huckabee figures. The governor is expected to call legislators into a special session next Monday.