Some of the 27 were based on successful efforts in other schools, but some were not. And to get new state funds, local school districts would have to do none of the 27.
As someone has said, it is like saying if you do X, you get Y, but you do not have to do X.
Special education funding, for example, needs to be related to the need for special education, not based on a fixed number of general education students. The need for special education varies widely among Illinois school districts based on concentrated poverty, parental drug use, environmental factors including lead poisoning, premature births, stress in daily living, the family/guardian situation, etc.
There is no magic school funding formula, but there are good ones and bad ones.