Presentation on theme: "K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request 1 Mississippi Department of Education FISCAL YEAR 2010 BUDGET REQUEST Legislative Budget Committee Hearing September 24, 2008."— Presentation transcript:
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request 1 Mississippi Department of Education FISCAL YEAR 2010 BUDGET REQUEST Legislative Budget Committee Hearing September 24, 2008 Dr. Hank M. Bounds State Superintendent of Education
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request2 TABLE OF CONTENTS The State of K-12 Education in Mississippi 3-14 K-12s 2010 Budget Request… 15 K-12s % of the State General, EEF, BCF & Health Care Expendable16 Comparison of K-12, CC & IHL (% and $ ) of Total Education17 FY10 Board of Education Priorities/Requested Increases 18-23 Capital Improvement Requests24 Budget Back-up Information…25 MS Adequate Education Program26-32 National Board Certification33-34 Educable Child Program35-36 State Schools37-39 Chickasaw School Fund 40 Summary of All Sources Funds/Diverted Fund History41-42
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request 3 The State of K-12 Education In Mississippi
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request4 WE HAVE THREE BOLD GOALS: To reduce the dropout rate by 50% by 2013 To reach the national average on national assessments by 2013 To ensure that all students exit third grade reading on grade level by 2020
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request5 FIVE STRATEGIES Increase the rigor of the curriculum and assessment system. Increase the quantity and quality of teachers. Increase the quantity and quality of school leaders. Create a culture in Mississippi that understands the value of education. Redesign education for the 21 st Century workforce in Mississippi.
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request6 UPCOMING CHALLENGES Leadership Improvement Teacher Shortage Special Education-Mattie T NCLB Requirements Large Number of Failing Schools
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request 15 2010 BUDGET REQUEST MAEP General Education Vocational Education MS Schools for the Blind & Deaf Chickasaw School Fund
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request16 GF, EEF, HCE &BCF K-12s PERCENTAGE OF STATE FUNDS General, Enhancement, Health Care Expendable & Contingency GF
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request17 Total K-12 IHL CC Includes: (General, Enhancement, Budget Contingency & Health Care Expendable Funds) COMPARISON OF K-12, IHL & CC PERCENTAGES OF TOTAL EDUCATION APPROPRIATION
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request18 STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 2010 Funding Priorities 1.Full Funding of MAEP (ESTIMATE)$ 60,819,721 2.Restoration of Diverted Funds$ 38,083,434 a. Teacher Supply Funds$18,083,434 b. Public School Building Funds$20,000,000 3.Continued Funding for Redesign for the 21 st Century Workforce $ 12,000,000 4.Teacher Recruitment Initiative $ 3,337,806 5.Teacher Pay Increase-3%-ESTIMATE (MAEP-$40.6M; Voc. Ed.-$1.4M) $ 42,027,634 6.Schools at Risk $ 2,500,000 7.MSIS Upgrade$ 3,000,000 8.Early Childhood Education Collaborative Grant$ 3,000,000 TOTAL COST OF FUNDING BOARD PRIORITIES$ 164,768,595 Remaining 2010 Request not included above (included in detail to follow) $ 18,952,691 TOTAL REQUESTED INCREASE OVER FY 09 LEVEL $ 183,721,286
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request19 (General, Enhancement, Special State & Contingency Funds) MAEP MAEP Increase over FY 09*$ 60,819,721 Redirected Teacher Supply Funds$ 18,083,434 Redirected Public School Building Fund$ 20,000,000$ 98,903,155 Teacher Pay Increase-3% (MAEPs portion) $ 40,598,694 TOTAL MAEP NEEDS $139,501,849 Replacement of Diverted Funds$ (38,083,434) NET MAEP NEEDS OVER FY09$101,418,415 *As required by HB513 as passed during the 2008 Regular Session of the Mississippi Legislature, all FY 2010 MAEP calculations, including the calculation of the Preliminary Estimate of the MAEP cost, were preformed by an independent Certified Public Accountant. The above preliminary estimate of the MAEP increase was prepared by Horne LLP independently from the MS Department of Education. Detail of Horne LLPs calculation is presented later in this presentation. FY 10 REQUESTED INCREASES (37-61-33) (37-47-7 & 27-65-75) ESTIMATE
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request20 (General, Enhancement, Special State & Contingency Funds) VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Teacher Pay Raise3% $ 1,428,940 Phase II of 25-35 years Incremental Pay$ 322,688 Vocational Incremental Increase-secondary$ 382,887 Operations (Training) 30,000$ 2,164,515 OTHER ITEMS Expected increase in Chickasaw Fund $ 915,835 Match requirement for Child Nutrition $ 1,500,000 State Schools Operations$ 1,457,943 MSMS$881,551 MSA$326,215 MSBD$250,177 -Continued- FY 10 REQUESTED INCREASES
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request21 (General, Enhancement, Special State & Contingency Funds) Restore of Diverted Teacher Supply Funds$ 18,083,434 Headcount Total Teachers (Classroom, Librarian/Media Specialist, Guidance)35,122 Amount Estimate per Teacher FY09 EEF Instructional Supply Allocation$ 7,000,000 $199 FY09 EEF Instructional Supply diverted to MAEP$18,083,434 $515 Restore Public School Building Funds$ 20,000,000 Statewide Testing$ 4,956,632 School Attendance Office$ 68,180 Other General Education $ 16,265,703 Teacher Recruitment Initiative$3,337,806Schools at Risk Programs$3,247,636 MSIS Upgrade/MIS Equipment 3,210,000Virtual School Program 917,125 Professional Development 838,627National Board Certification 1,000,000 Reading Initiative 400,000MDE Operations 3,158,869 Dropout/Counseling/Alt. Ed. Program 155,640 FY 10 REQUESTED INCREASES
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request22 (General, Enhancement, Special State & Contingency Funds) DISCRETIONARY REQUEST Early Childhood Collaborative Grants$ 3,000,000 Increase for vocational upgrades/teachers$ 1,890,629 Redesign for the 21 st Century Workforce$ 12,000,000 TOTAL REQUESTED INCREASE (Over FY09 Level) $183,721,286 FY 10 REQUESTED INCREASES
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request23 Equipment for New/Expanding Programs $ 1,463,001 Teachers for New/Expanding Programs$ 427,628 Secondary Programs10 slots Construction Trades5 Allied Health5 Post-secondary Programs10 slots Health3 Trade & Technical5 Computer Networking2 Redesign for the 21 st Century Workforce$12,000,000 Total Additional Vocational Detail $ 13,890,629 Additional Vocational Detail
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request24 Priority Project Title Amount Immediate Needs 1Renovation of MSD Dorm B$ 2,295,975 2Renovation of MSD Dorm C$ 2,755,170 3 Renovation of MSD Elementary Building$ 3,068,981 Total Immediate Needs (1-3)$ 8,120,126 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT REQUEST MS Schools for the Blind and the Deaf
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request 25 BUDGET BACK-UP INFORMATION Includes Historical Data
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request26 Total Estimated FY 10 Cost: $2,268,053,083 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM SUMMARY OF PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE OF BASE STUDENT COST FOR FY 2010 FY 2009 Actual Base Student Cost$4,675 Adjustment for Inflation Per Statute*$ 63 Adjustment for FY 10 Pay Raise**$ 15 PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE BASE STUDENT COST FY 2010 $4,753 *Per statute the Base Student Cost will not be recalculated until FY 11. Until then, the Base Student Cost must be increased annually by an inflationary adjustment equal to 40% of the Base Student Cost for the previous fiscal year times the latest annual inflation rate as determined by the State Economist. The inflation rate for the current adjustment to the Base Student Cost is 3.39%. **An additional adjustment to the Base Student Cost was made to include Phase II of the increase in teacher pay resulting from the extension of the teacher salary schedule from 25 to 35 years as passed during the 2008 Regular Session. MAEP cost calculated by Horne CPA Group as required by language in HB 513. NOTE: This is an ESTIMATE only. Cost will change with adjustments for actual ADA and any change in the consumer price index in January, 2009.
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request27 SUMMARY OF PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE OF MAEP COST FOR FY 2010 Estimated Formula Cost $ 1,820,888,793 Estimated Cost for Add Ons*$ 436,128,226 Estimated Cost for Misc. MAEP Programs**$ 11,036,064 PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE OF MAEP COST FOR FY 2010 $2,268,053,083 *Add on programs include Special Education ($248,825,955-5,134 units); Vocational Education ($48,953,846-1,015 units); Gifted Education ($47,055,377-928 units); Transportation ($60,466,866); and Alternative Schools ($30,826,182). **Includes Extended School Year, Orthopedic and Aphasic, Non-Public Textbooks, Bus Driver Training, and Transportation for University-based Programs. MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM Summary of Preliminary Estimate of FY 2010 Cost ALL CALCULATIONS PERFORMED BY A CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT (HORNE LLP) AS REQUIRED BY HB 513
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request28 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM Summary of Preliminary Estimate of FY 2010 Cost ALL CALCULATIONS PERFORMED BY A CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT (HORNE LLP) AS REQUIRED BY HB 513 PRELIMINARY ESTIMATE OF MAEP COST FOR FY 2010* $ 2,268,053,083 Total Increase Preliminary FY 2010 over FY 2009 Appropriated$60,819,721 Amount Attributed to Estimated ADA Change$24,201,588 Increase Due to Estimated Change in Gulf Coast Districts$15,772,329 Increase Due to Estimated Change in Other High Growth Districts**$8,429,259 Amount Attributed to Increase in Base Student Cost$36,525,508 Increase Due to Inflation$29,631,727 Increase Due to Pay Raise$6,893,781 Amount Attributed to Local Contribution($15,835,227) Amount Attributed to Add-ons$14,885,799 Decrease in Anticipated Add-on Cost$(2,388,542) Increase Due to Pay Raise$2,274,341 Increase to Recapture Funding for Teacher Units Not Funded in FY 09$15,000,000 Amount Attributed to At-risk$1,120,713 Amount Attributed to 8% Guarantee($78,660) *As required by HB513, as passed during the 2008 Regular Session of the Mississippi Legislature, all FY 2010 MAEP calculations, including the calculation of the Preliminary Estimate of the MAEP Cost, are to be performed by an independent Certified Public Accountant. The above Preliminary Estimate of the MAEP Cost calculation was performed by Horne LLP independently from the Department of Education. **Includes estimated ADA growth in Desoto, Madison County and Rankin County.
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request29 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM History of Appropriated Base Student Cost *Estimate
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request30 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM Teacher Salary Comparison Source: Research Division, National Education Association-Rankings of the States 2005 and Estimates of School Statistics 2006, NEA Research, November 2006. All Mississippi data reflect actual figures, not estimates or revised values as reported in the NEA report. US SE MS Note: A number of entities provide average teacher salary data by state. NEA and NCS are the primary providers of this information. In Mississippi, for the 06-07 school year, the average teacher salary is $40,182, a drop from the previous year due to the number of teachers with 25 or more years experience leaving the public schools. For FY06 avg. years of experience = 13.01; the avg. years of experience for FY07 was 12.82, a.19 drop in years of experience.
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request31 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM Special Programs Teacher Units Funded (Actual units through FY08estimated for FY09 & FY10)
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request32 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM Enrollment/Average Daily Attendance FY Enrollment ADA %
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request33 NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION Requested Increase over FY09 $1,000,000 Teachers Speech Pathologists Counselors *Estimates School Nurses MS ranks 6 th in the nation for total National Board Certified teachers and 3 rd in the nation per capita
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request34 1997$ 6,954 2 1998$ 94,862 6 1999$ 446,068 44 2000$ 5,080,288 649 2001$ 9,162,862 1,228 2002$10,858,183 1,617 2003$13,662,139 2,047 2004$15,529,692 2,287 2005 $17,672,934 2,607 2006 $19,030,378 2,807 2007 $19,546,184 2,872 2008 $20,525,497 2,964 2009 Est. $20,546,184 3,120 2010 Est. $21,546,184 3,274 NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION Certified Teachers, Counselors, Speech Pathologists & School Nurses No. Receiving Supplement Year Total Program Cost
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request35 Child Placement Data Number of Students Placed by… YearSchool ParentIncrease District DHHS MedicaidParentTotal Over Last Yr. 2003 214 292 125152 78349 2004 247 338 114159 858 75 2005 240 342 194163 939 81 2006 291 374 251 1681,084 145 2007 358 421 2651581,202 118 2008 413 537 229 132 1,311 109 2009 Est. 454 591 2521451,442 131 2010 Est. 499 650 277 160 1,586 144 EDUCABLE CHILD PROGRAM Requested Increase over FY09 $0
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request36 Educable Child Budget Year # of StudentsState Federal Total 2003 783 $ 3,753,273$8,540,283$12,293,556 2004 858 $ 5,368,502 $3,995,200$ 9,363,702 2005 939 $ 5,319,231 $2,867,528$ 8,186,759 2006 1,084 $11,494,936 $3,200,000$14,694,936 2007 1,202 $ 9,853,229$ 0 $ 9,853,229 2008 1,311 $11,475,053$ 0$11,475,053 2009 Est. 1,442 $13,200,000$3,200,000$16,400,000 2010 Est. 1,586 $13,200,000$3,200,000$16,400,000 EDUCABLE CHILD PROGRAM Continued
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request37 FY04 Final Student Enrollment 244 FY05 Final Student Enrollment221 FY06 Final Student Enrollment252 FY07 Final Student Enrollment255 FY08 Final Student Enrollment222 FY09 Current Student Enrollment 223 FY10 Estimated Student Enrollment270 STATE SCHOOLS MS School for Math & Science FY 10 Request $5,857,061 (GF-$4,857,061; Ed. Trust-$1,000,000) Increase over FY 09 Level: $881,551
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request38 FY 10 Request $3,348,176 Increase over FY 09 Level: $326,215 FY04 Final Student Enrollment 52 FY05 Final Student Enrollment109 FY06 Final Student Enrollment115 FY07 Final Student Enrollment119 FY08 Final Student Enrollment 129 FY09 Current Student Enrollment146 FY10 Estimated Student Enrollment 170 (Anticipate 2-3 students commuting each year) STATE SCHOOLS MS School of the Arts
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request39 FY04 Final Student Enrollment FY05 Final Student Enrollment FY06 Final Student Enrollment FY07 Final Student Enrollment FY08 Final Student Enrollment FY09 Current Student Enrollment FY10 Estimated Student Enrollment STATE SCHOOLS MS Schools for the Blind & the Deaf FY 10 Request $12,316,383 Increase over FY 09 Level: $250,177 *Includes residential and day campus-based students. Blind*DeafTotal 79146225 69145214 74134208 75117192 65120185 75130205 85150235
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request40 CHICKASAW SCHOOL FUND Request: $13,004,818 FY09 FY10 Net Change (06 Collections) (07 Collections) (from Previous Yr.) Timber Sales$ 9,460,997$ 9,144,850$ (316,147) Interest on Investments 6,713,876 10,130,103 3,416,227 Forestry Escrow 1,731,672 1,794,346 62,674 Surface Leases 14,924,517 15,808,822 884,305 Other Revenue Sources 6,130,632 4,764,651 (1,365,981) Net Increase in Revenue $ 2,681,078 Net increase in request of $915,835
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request41 FY10 BUDGET REQUEST All Sources of Funds FY09 FY10Requested Appropriated RequestInc./(Dec.) Total General Funds (GF) $ 2,210,667,088 $ 2,422,388,374 $ 211,721,286 Total GF Re-appropriated $ 28,000,000 $ 0 $ (28,000,000) Total Enhancement Funds $ 246,613,410 $ 246,613,410 $ 0 Total Public School Bldg.$ 0 $ 20,000,000 $ 20,000,000 Total Diverted PSBF $ 20,000,000 $ 0 $ (20,000,000) Total Other State Sp. Funds $ 1,126,472 $ 1,126,472 $ 0 Subtotal $ 2,506,406,970 $ 2,690,128,256 $ 183,721,286 MAEP Sp. Fund Authority $ 50,000,000 $ 50,000,000 $ 0 Total State Request $ 2,556,406,970 $ 2,740,128,256 $ 183,721,286 Total Fed./Special Funds** $ 833,688,178 $ 871,793,681 $ 38,105,503 Total K-12 Funds $ 3,390,095,148 $ 3,611,921,937 $ 221,826,789 **Includes increase in Special Education-$16.6M; Title Programs-$18.5M; Child Nutrition-$6.9M; Driver Penalty-$.1M; and Healthy Schools-(4.0M).
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request42 HISTORY OF DIVERTED FUNDS Used to Fund MAEP (from FY01FY09) *FY02-Districts were allowed to used additional EEF funds in operations to absorb the shortfall. Type of Funds FY01FY02FY03FY04FY05FY06FY07FY08FY09TOTAL Education Trust Funds 17,000,00022,875,00030,000,000 99,875,000 Classroom Supplies* 14,191,94715,900,00016,421,92321,206,75920,037,69518,083,434105,841,758 Public Sch. Bldg. Fund 3,400,00020,400,00020,000,000 163,800,000 Textbooks15,925,735 Tech Prep Bond Funds 1,133,346 Transfer to Treasury- BCF 4,275,0684,000,0008,275,068 Ad Valorem Reduction Fund 5,263,24546,000,00051,263,245 TOTAL25,663,24573,392,68250,000,000100,275,06841,033,34636,421,92341,206,75940,037,69538,083,434446,114,152
K-12 FY 2010 Budget Request 43 Mississippi Department of Education FY 2010 Budget Request
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