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I think we're double-counting some households in the Grades 1-12 calculation... For example, if a household has a child in first grade and a child in the fifth grade, wouldn't they be included in both counts?)
Since there wasn't an obvious way to separate them, I made the assumption that we were supposed to add them all together (and I filtered out any blocks where % Grades 1-12 was > 100%).
I thought that I zipped through this pretty easily, until I ended up with a few additional blocks that were not in the solution!
Noticing that my "extras" were significantly higher-ranked than those in the solution, I realized that the intent was to cut off as soon as we hit 10,000 (I had been trying to fully utilize the 10,000 capacity by including some lower-ranked blocks that were small enough to fit within the cap). Had I realized that earlier, I would have just used Running Total; instead, I re-purposed my Multi-Row Formula instead, since it was already in the workflow.
This untidy workflow makes me cringe, but in the interest of keeping it real...