The BC Teachers' Federation says school districts around the province can expect funds to flow in by the end of the month to restore class size and composition.
While a final amount won't be known until September, districts are giving the government their best estimates.
"The province is going to give school districts an initial amount of money based on the restores language. At the end of the day, you don't actually know which kids are going to show up in September, families move and make different decisions. There will have to be a re-adjustment. But in the next couple weeks, we can expect school districts and the province reconciling some of their numbers and some money flowing based on those initial calculations."
Hansman says the amount of the initial funds is still up in the air, and will vary from district to district.
The province has put aside up to $320 million for the deal.