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1 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request1 Mississippi Department of Education FISCAL YEAR 2011 BUDGET REQUEST Legislative Budget Committee Hearing September 23, 2009

2 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 2 MISSISSIPPI BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS Board MemberResidenceAppointed by Appointment Year Length of Term Ms. Kami BumgarnerMadison, MSGovernor20099 years Mr. Howell “Hal” GageVicksburg, MSGovernor20079 years Dr. O. Wayne GannCorinth, MSLt. Governor20069 years Mr. Claude HartleyBelden, MSGovernor20039 years Mr. William Harold JonesPetal, MSHouse Speaker20049 years Dr. Sue MathesonDiamondhead, MSGovernor20095 years Mr. Charles McClellandJackson, MSLt. Governor20055 years Mrs. Martha “Jackie” MurphyRienzi, MSHouse Speaker20085 years Mrs. Rosetta RichardBiloxi, MSGovernor20029 years Dr. John W. Jordan, Interim State Superintendent of Education, Executive Secretary of the Board

3 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS MS Board of Education’s Vision, Mission and Strategies 4-5 K-12’s 2011 Budget Request (including Board Priorities) 6-9 Capital Improvement Requests10-11 Budget Back-up Information…12 MS Adequate Education Program13-21 National Board Certification22-23 Educable Child Program24-25 State Schools26-28 Chickasaw School Fund 29 Funds/Diverted Fund History30 Mississippi’s Assessment Results 31-50

4 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 4 OUR VISION AND MISSION: Vision To create a world-class educational system that gives students the knowledge and skills to be successful in college, the workforce and to flourish as parents and citizens. Mission To provide leadership through the development of policy and accountability systems so that all students are prepared to compete in the global community.

5 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 5 FIVE STRATEGIES Implement ongoing, comprehensive reform in the areas of instruction, curriculum, assessment design and accountability systems for all grade levels, from early education through graduation. 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.

6 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request6 FY 2011 BUDGET REQUEST MAEP General Education Vocational Education MS Schools for the Blind & Deaf Chickasaw School Fund

7 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 7 STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION FY 2011 Funding Priorities (Increases over FY 2010 Level) Full Funding of MAEP (ESTIMATE)$ 61,314,991 Restoration of Diverted Funds$ 36,534,390 a. EEF Teacher Supply Funds$16,534,390 b. Public School Building Funds$20,000,000 Continued Funding for High School Redesign $ 10,000,000 Teacher Recruitment Initiative $ 900,000 Teacher Pay Increase-3%-ESTIMATE (MAEP-$45.6M; Voc. Ed.-$1.6M) $ 47,160,919 Schools at Risk (under-performing schools) $ 2,000,000 MSIS Upgrade$ 3,000,000 Early Childhood Education Collaborative Grant$ 3,000,000 TOTAL COST OF FUNDING BOARD PRIORITIES$ 163,910,300 Remaining 2011 Increase not included above (detail on following page) $ 9,389,759 TOTAL REQUESTED INCREASE OVER FY 10 LEVEL $ 173,300, %

8 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 8 OTHER ITEMS Expected increase in Chickasaw Fund $ 1,510,942 Expected increase in National Board Certification$ 1,950,000 Expected increase in Educable Child Program$ 2,200,000 Expected increase in Statewide Testing$ 3,131,609 State Schools Operations (Annual Increments & 3% pay raise only) $ 297,208 Healthy Schools Program$ 300,000 Total Other Items$ 9,389,759 FY 2011 INCREASE OVER FY 2010—Other Items

9 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 9 FY11 BUDGET REQUEST All Sources of Funds FY10 FY11Requested Appropriated RequestInc./(Dec.) Total General Funds (GF) $ 2,109,149,107 $ 2,450,090,289 $ 340,941,182 Total GF Re-appropriated $ 7,100,000 $ 0 $ (7,100,000) Total Stimulus Funds (MAEP) $ 160,541,123 $ 0 $ (160,541,123) Total Enhancement Funds $ 235,287,449 $ 235,287,449 $ 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 $ 2,533,204,151 $ 2,706,504,210 $ 173,300,059 MAEP Sp. Fund Authority $ 50,000,000 $ 50,000,000 $ 0 Total State Request $ 2,583,204,151 $ 2,756,504,210 $ 173,300,059 Total Fed./Special Funds** $ 835,508,792 $ 835,508,792 $ 0 Total K-12 Funds $ 3,418,712,943 $ 3,592,013,002 $ 173,300,059 **Federal/Special spending authority may be adjusted during the year and requests for escalation will be made to the Department of Finance & Administration (DFA) as notification of grant increases are received for Title I programs, Special Education programs, Child Nutrition programs, etc.

10 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 10 Priority Project Title Amount Immediate Need 1Renovation of Enochs Hall – Classroom Spaces$ 4,348,000 Total Immediate Need (1)$ 4,348,000 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT REQUEST MS Schools of the Arts Future Needs 2New Student Life Center – Dormitory Addition$14,554,000 3Renovation of Cooper Hall – Classroom & Admin. Spaces $ 3,490,000 Total Future Needs (4-10)$ 18,044,000 GRAND TOTAL-MS School of the Arts$22,392,000

11 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 11 Priority Project Title Amount Immediate Needs 1Renovation of MSD Dorm B$ 2,525,573 2Renovation of MSD Dorm C$ 3,066,624 3 Renovation of MSD Elementary Building $ 3,415,909 Total Immediate Needs (1-3)$ 9,008,106 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT REQUEST MS Schools for the Blind and the Deaf Future Needs 4Renovation of Dobyns Hall$ 3,717,120 5New Track Facility$ 1,821,474 6 Addition to MSD Elementary Building $ 1,767,901 7Natatorium Addition to Physical Education Facility$ 3,066,624 8 Relocate/Construct new MSD Superintendent’s Residence $ 210,465 9 New Assistive Technology Center$ 1,793, Campus Wide Landscaping$ 301,290 Total Future Needs (4-10)$ 12,678,031 GRAND TOTAL-MS Schools for the Blind and the Deaf$21,686,137

12 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request12 BUDGET BACK-UP INFORMATION Includes Historical Data

13 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 13 Total Estimated FY 11 MAEP Formula Cost: $2,302,452,875 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM

14 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 14 Total Estimated FY 11 MAEP Formula Cost: $2,302,452,875 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM

15 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 15 Total Estimated FY 11 MAEP Formula Cost: $2,302,452,875 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM

16 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 16 Total Estimated FY 11 MAEP Formula Cost: $2,302,452,875 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM

17 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 17 Total Estimated FY 11 MAEP Formula Cost: $2,302,452,875 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM

18 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 18 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM History of Appropriated Base Student Cost *Estimate

19 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 19 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM Special Programs Teacher Units Funded (Actual units through FY09—estimated for FY10 & FY11)

20 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 20 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM Teacher Salary Comparison Source: NEA Rankings & Estimates , Summary Table G, p. 92 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 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.

21 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 21 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM Enrollment/Average Daily Attendance FY Enrollment ADA %

22 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 22 NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION Requested Increase over FY10 $1,950,000 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

23 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request $ 6, $ 94, $ 446, $ 5,080, $ 9,162,862 1, $10,858,183 1, $13,662,139 2, $15,529,692 2, $17,672,934 2, $19,030,378 2, $19,546,184 2, $20,511,251 2, $19,515,289 3, Est. $23,500,000 3, Est. $25,450,000 3,463 NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION Certified Teachers, Counselors, Speech Pathologists & School Nurses No. Receiving Supplement Year Total Program Cost

24 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 24 Child Placement Data Number of Students Placed by… YearSchool ParentIncrease District DHHS MedicaidParentTotal Over Last Yr , , , , , Est , EDUCABLE CHILD PROGRAM Requested Increase over FY10 $2,200,000

25 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 25 Educable Child Budget Year # of StudentsState Federal Total $ 3,753,273$8,540,283$12,293, $ 5,368,502 $3,995,200$ 9,363, $ 5,319,231 $2,867,528$ 8,186, ,084 $11,494,936 $3,200,000$14,694, ,202 $ 9,853,229$ 0 $ 9,853, ,311 $11,475,053$ 0$11,475, ,304 $11,607,504$2,981,272$14,588, Est. 1,380 $11,865,000$1,281,788$13,146, Est. 1,304 $14,065,000 $ 684,552$14,749,552 EDUCABLE CHILD PROGRAM Continued

26 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 26 FY04 Final Student Enrollment 244 FY05 Final Student Enrollment221 FY06 Final Student Enrollment252 FY07 Final Student Enrollment255 FY08 Final Student Enrollment222 FY09 Final Student Enrollment 209 FY10 Current Student Enrollment246 FY11 Estimated Student Enrollment 270 STATE SCHOOLS MS School for Math & Science FY 11 Request $5,092,418 (GF-$4,092,418; Ed. Trust-$1,000,000) Increase over FY 10 Level: $97,875 (3% Pay Raise-$82,875; annual increments-$15,000) FY 09 Annual Cost per Student$22,855

27 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 27 FY 11 Request $3,078,361 Increase over FY 10 Level: $28,361 (3% Pay Raise-$82,875; annual increments-$15,000) FY 09 Annual Cost per Student$18,187 FY04 Final Student Enrollment 52 FY05 Final Student Enrollment109 FY06 Final Student Enrollment115 FY07 Final Student Enrollment119 FY08 Final Student Enrollment 129 FY09 Final Student Enrollment 147 FY10 Current Student Enrollment 143 F FY11 Estimated Student Enrollment170 (Anticipate 2-3 students commuting each year) STATE SCHOOLS MS School of the Arts

28 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 28 FY04 Final Student Enrollment FY05 Final Student Enrollment FY06 Final Student Enrollment FY07 Final Student Enrollment FY08 Final Student Enrollment FY09 Final Student Enrollment FY10 Current Student Enrollment FY11 Estimated Student Enrollment STATE SCHOOLS MS Schools for the Blind & the Deaf FY 11 Request $12,333,982 Increase over FY 10 Level: $170,972 (3% Pay Raise-$125,972; annual increments-$45,000 *Includes residential and day campus-based students. Blind* Deaf Total FY 09 Annual Cost per Student$60,240

29 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 29 CHICKASAW SCHOOL FUND Request: $14,515,760 FY10 FY11 Net Change (07 Collections) (08 Collections) (from Previous Yr.) Timber Sales$ 9,144,850$ 10,325,165$ 1,180,315 Interest on Investments 10,130,103 10,441, ,349 Forestry Escrow 1,794,346 2,075, ,323 Surface Leases 15,808,822 17,748,279 1,939,457 Other Revenue Sources 4,764,651 5,461, ,616 Net Increase in Revenue $ 4,409,060 Net increase in request of $1,510,942

30 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 30 HISTORY OF DIVERTED FUNDS Used to Fund MAEP (from FY01—FY10) *FY02-Districts were allowed to used additional EEF funds in operations to absorb the shortfall. Type of Funds FY01FY02FY03FY04FY05FY06FY07FY08FY09FY10TOTAL Education Trust Funds 17,000,00022,875,00030,000,000 99,875,000 Classroom Supplies* 14,191,94715,900,00016,421,92321,206,75920,037,69518,083,43416,534,390122,376,148 Public Sch. Bldg. Fund 3,400,00020,400,00020,000, ,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 TOTAL25,663,24573,392,68250,000,000100,275,06841,033,34636,421,92341,206,75940,037,69538,083,43436,534,390482,648,542

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45 K-12 FY 2011 Budget Request 45 ACT College Readiness Indicators A student has a 50% chance of earning a B or higher grade, or a 75% chance of earning a C or higher grade in the corresponding entry-level, credit-bearing college course if the student score on the ACT is at least: ACT SubjectCollege CourseReadiness Score EnglishEnglish Comp.18 MathAlgebra22 ReadingSocial Sciences21 ScienceBiology24

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