If an accommodation would cost much and benefit few, it need not be made. But this is to be narrowly interpreted. The cost of the accommodation is to be compared to the entire budget of the entity, not just the division or program. Therefore, a city parks and recreation department program accommodation would have the cost compared to the entire operating budget of the city. In Barrington Park District, discussed earlier, the cost of the one-to-one staff for 10 hours a week for 20 weeks was around $2,000. The DOI agreed it was not an economic burden. In another decision (Pocantico Hills, New York), the U.S. Department of Education said a $1,300 cost (less than 1% of budget) for an additional employee in a summer camp program was not an economic burden. Economic burden alone will not apply in the vast majority of accommodations.