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1 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Civilian Military Task Force (CMTF) Education Sub-committee Information Briefing to Committee on Guam Military Build-up And Homeland Security David S. Okada Chair, Sub-committee on Education February 10, 2009

2 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Mission Statement To document, benchmark, review, assess, and develop recommendations that support the goal of maintaining quality, accessible education island-wide (public, private, and Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA)) at all levels from day care and kindergarten through grade level 18 (K-18), as well as the public library and educational telecommunication systems, as planned military, island-wide population, and economic development growth occur.

3 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 University of Guam Guam Community College Guam Public School System Department of Defense Education Agency Saint Johns School Guam Ministerial Association Harvest Christian Academy Catholic Schools Andersen Air Force Education Office Navy College Office FSM Consulate Sub-committee Members 30 th Guam Legislature Office of the Governor & LT Governor Guam Educational Telecom- munications Corporation Guam Public Library System Vice-President, Library Association Joint Guam Program Office (Fwd) Navy School Liaison Officer, Joint Region Marianas Marine Forces Pacific (Fwd)

4 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Education categorized report into seven areas: DoDEA, Private Schools, GPSS, GCC, UOG, GPLS, and GETC. DoDEA will take care of military/eligible DoD Civilians and their dependents for Pre-K The need for construction workforce personnel will peak when construction begins in Military and dependents population growth is 26,190. Population excludes DoD civilians and dependents. Population breakdown (Ref GIMDP): Military = 14,560 Dependents = 11,630 (7,560 adults, 4,070 K-12) Facts and Assumptions (1 of 3)

5 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Outside the fence population growth is 20,000 and making an impact in 2012 (Ref BSP). Population excludes H-2 workers, military/eligible DoD civilians and their dependents. Population breakdown based on current Guam ratios reflect the following student increases: GPSS= 4,958 (K-12) GCC= 484 (higher education) UOG= 745 (higher education) Outside the fence population growth may possibly reside within 5-10 miles from where military housing and basses will be located. Facts and Assumptions (2 of 3)

6 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 The Marines and dependents will begin movement to Guam in 2012 and complete movement in Pre-Construction Phase = now to 2010; Construction Phase = 2010 to 2014; Post-Construction Phase = 2014 and beyond. GPLS will remain a required community service organization and a depository for GovGuam historical documents. GETC will remain a public corporation which will present educational television to the people of Guam and involve the people of Guam in its activities to the maximum extent possible. Facts and Assumptions (3 of 3)

7 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Issues/Challenges/Concerns (1 of 6) Normal Capacity Ability to Surge Without Burnout Beyond Capacity to Surge / Burnout

8 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Ability to Surge Without Burnout Not Cost/Economically Effective or Local Issue (i.e. Engineer Degree, 100% Construction Workforce) Normal Capacity Issues/Challenges/Concerns (2 of 6)

9 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 GPSS – Capacity Analysis Impact STEP 1 ADDRESS CURRENT: Strategic Plan/DAP Management Audit Bottom-up Curriculum Review Re-districting Plan Union Contract Fiscal Accountability Current/New School Prep/Sustainment STEP 2 20K ( ): Elem = 2,369 Middle = 1,138 High = 1,451 Total = 4,958 GAP ISSUE Overcrowding/ Academic Excellence Issues/Challenges/Concerns (3 of 6)

10 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 GCC, UOG, GPLS, GETC Capacity Analysis Impact STEP 1 ADDRESS CURRENT: Type /Quantity of workforce needs Capacity stretched for: Facilities Personnel Community Support STEP 2 20K ( ): GCC = 484 UOG = 745 GPLS/GETC = ??? Type/Quantity of addl workforce needs Existing Programs New Programs Surge capacity for: Fac / Pers TRAINING/ SUPPORT GAP ISSUE (Now – 2010+) Issues/Challenges/Concerns (4 of 6)

11 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Completing Step 1 action items to close gap with Step 2 action items of growth impacts. Obtaining an economic development plan that describes the economic growth, additional workforce needs, and revenue streams. Obtaining more information on type and quantity of workforce needs to assess impact. Aligning the timing of producing a sustained, trained workforce with the ability to be employed. Issues/Challenges/Concerns (5 of 6)

12 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Identifying population growth by year, age group, and location to align schools and support programs. Identifying appropriate and sufficient land for new schools in strategic locations. Identifying initial funding sources to support increases in facilities/collateral equipment/personnel. Identifying sustained funding for post-construction increases in facilities/collateral equipment/personnel/ contracts. What will end-state look like and when? Issues/Challenges/Concerns (6 of 6)

13 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Actions to Date (1 of 8) Addressed issues within the Labor, Health, Housing, Environmental, Economic, and Social/Cultural meetings. Submitted scoping comments for the DoD EIS process. Provided input/updates to the two needs assessment reports (Jul & Nov 2007) and KPMG Report (Oct 2007). Participated in the DOI IGIA Working Group HHS/Education Sessions (Aug 2 & Nov 19, 2007). Participated in the Guam Industry Forum (Aug and Oct ).

14 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Responded to concerns from Village Visits at Agana Heights, Santa Rita, and Dededo (Dec 4-6, 2007). Participated on K-57 Talk Show covering Education with Tony Lamorena (Dec 11, 2007). Presented an information briefing update to the 29 th Guam Legislature (January 25, 2008). Engaged with U.S. DOE and U.S. OPE for federal support (Jan 31 and Feb ). Addressed GAO questions and provided additional information (Jan 31, 2008). Actions to Date (2 of 8)

15 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Addressed JGPOs Socio-economic Team questions and issues (Feb/Dec 2008 and Jan/Feb 2009). Attended the USDA Alternative Financial Solutions Forum hosted by LT Governors Office (Apr 23, 2008). Submitted an FY2010 OMB budget request totaling $5.4m (UOG, GCC, GPLS) (Aug 1, 2008). Participated in discussions with US Congressional Staff Delegation visit to Guam (Aug 8, 2008). Updated USDOE on CMTF issues while visiting Guam (Aug 18-22, 2008). Actions to Date (3 of 8)

16 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Identified the number of additional DoDEA schools needed for the military growth and assessed its impact. 3 elem, 2 middle, 1 high. Possibly 10%-20% local teacher hires (25-50). Assessed private school capacity and intent to expand. Assessed the 20K outside the fence population growth impact on GPSS, GCC, and UOG. GPSS = 3 elem, 1 middle, 1 high. GCC = 484 new students (higher ed). UOG = 745 new students. Actions to Date (4 of 8)

17 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Respective agencies reviewed personnel, facility, and support service priorities and submitted growth budgets to improve/increase capacity. Catholic school system opened a new high school – Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic High School. Selected private schools collecting data to address potential capacity expansion initiatives. Agencies completed additional local outreach to include the chamber of commerce, rotary meetings, village/school visits, forums, and TV/radio shows. Actions to Date (5 of 8)

18 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Agencies have made additional off-island outreach to include various federal agencies, committee testimonials, and potential business partners. Agencies have aggressively pursued additional grants and alternate funding sources to support research, community support, and academics. Agencies have established/streamlined academic and certification courses to meet the needs of the workforce. Actions to Date (6 of 8)

19 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 GPSS opened three new schools (Liguan Elem, Astumbo Middle, and Okkodo High). GCC started the Allied Health building construction with expected completion date of Sep UOG completed construction of a classroom for math and science and will start plan for nursing classroom once RFP process is completed. GETC completed the digital tower and facility construction. Actions to Date (7 of 8)

20 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 UOG, in partnership with GCC and the region, re- submitted the Area Health Education Center (AHEC) grant. GCC received capacity funding for the Learning Resource building expansion – construction in Summer UOG received approval of the Navigators Compass: Family Support 360 for Military Families grant with CEDDERS. Actions to Date (8 of 8)

21 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Continue to close the gap between Step 1 action items with Step 2 action items of growth impacts. Assist with identifying the economic development plan that describes the economic growth, additional workforce needs, and revenue streams. Continue to clarify information on type and quantity of workforce needs to assess impact. Align the timing of producing a sustained, trained workforce with the ability to be employed. Next Steps (1 of 3)

22 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Assist with identifying population growth by year, age group, and location to align schools and support programs. Identify appropriate and sufficient land for new schools in strategic locations. Identify initial funding sources to support increases in facilities/collateral equipment/personnel. Identify sustained funding for post-construction increases in facilities/collateral equipment/personnel/ contracts. Next Steps (2 of 3)

23 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Develop a multi-year OMB budget, as required. Prepare input for a strategic master plan for the Governors report. Continue to conduct meetings and forums to share information and seek resolution to issues/challenges. Next Steps (3 of 3)

24 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Questions ? David S. Okada Chair, CMTF Sub-committee on Education Office = /2990 Cell =

25 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Back-up Slides BACK-UP

26 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 FY2010 OMB Budget Request Target Federal Agency – U.S. Dept of Interior Insti- tution Categorized under Education Categorized under InfrastructureTOTAL UOG$2,446,311$2,195,000$4,641,311 GCC$700,902N/A$700,902 GPLS$75,000N/A$75,000 Total$3,222,313$2,195,000$5,417,213

27 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Analysis Impact DoDEA – 26,190 Military Population (Reference source GIMDP) School Category School- aged Children School Ceiling No. of New Schools *No. of Pers Per Sch *Total No. of Pers (aggr) Elem2, Middle High Total4,070n/a *NOTE: Staffing standards are not the same as GPSS and should not be used as comparisons for this presentation.

28 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Analysis Impact Private Schools None at this time. In the aggregate, there has been a downward trend of enrollment increases from 6% to 2% between 2001 and Expansion is not a priority consideration at this time due to uncertainty of a sustained increased enrollment. Enrollment is anticipated to increase, again. However, to what extent is questionable.

29 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Analysis Impact GPSS – *20,000 Outside the Fence Population (*Reference Source BSP) School Category School- aged Children School Ceiling No. of New Schools **No. of Pers Per Sch Total No. of Pers (aggr) Elem2, Middle1,1381, High1,4511, Total4,958n/a **These numbers need to be re-calculated based on the enrollment ceilings changed by Public Law

30 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Estimated Financial Impact (1 of 3) PERSONNEL - (Dollars in mil) Insti- tutionFaculty Est Faculty Cost Support Ranks Est Spt Ranks Cost Total Pers Est Total Pers Cost GPSS230$ $4.7385$15.4 GCC12$0.6 3 $0.115$0.7 UOG22$1.317 $0.739$2.0 Total264$ $5.5439$18.1

31 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Estimated Financial Impact (2 of 3) FACILITIES & COLLAT EQUIP/SUPPLIES - (Dollars in mil) Insti- tution Est Start- up Funding Areas Impacted - Now and FY2010/12 GPSS$66.85 New Sch Constr, & Collat Equip/ Supplies. GCC$1.0Post-Secondary Ed Constr & Collat Equip. $4.5Secondary Ed Constr & Collat Equip. UOG$24.4Post-Secondary Ed, Comm Spt Unit Constr & Collat Equip. Total$96.7Facilities and Collateral Equipment/Supplies.

32 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Estimated Financial Impact (3 of 3) Estimated Financial Impact does not include: Transportation/buses Contracts - Outsourced Cafeteria, Grounds/ Facilities Maintenance, Security, Trash, Repairs, copier machines Library Books Books/Consumables Cafeteria/Nutrition Utilities

33 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Analysis Impact GCC (1 of 2) Two areas: Post-secondary Education Increased workforce needs for construction trades and other career/technical professions. Increased enrollment of 484 college students. Secondary Education Increased workforce needs for career/technical education - high school. Shortage in core capacity resulting in limited ability to surge.

34 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Analysis Impact GCC (2 of 2) Requirement for 15 personnel (12 faculty, 3 support ranks) to build up core capacity to support and sustain the additional workforce training needs. Requirement for $1.0m in post-secondary education and $4.5m in secondary education for facilities construction and collateral equipment. Need to accelerate Allied Health and Science building construction as an immediate workforce requirement. Need to emphasize regional collaboration with educational partners.

35 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Analysis Impact UOG (1 of 2) Two areas: Degree Programs Increased workforce needs for other professionals currently/not currently offered. Increased enrollment of 745 university students. Environmental & Technical Outreach Increased impact assessment demands on the environment, economy, community, and business areas. Shortage in core capacity resulting in limited ability to surge.

36 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Analysis Impact UOG (2 of 2) Requirement for 39 personnel (22 faculty, 17 support rank) to build up core capacity to support and sustain the additional workforce training needs. Requirement for $24.5m for facilities construction and collateral equipment. Need to accelerate Nursing, CEDDERS, and Marine Lab building construction as immediate requirements. Need to shift efforts to seek more federal funding for increased environmental research, community support, and workforce requirements.

37 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Analysis Impact GPLS Need to reassess workforce and facility expansion requirements to support the additional population growth. Need to upgrade library systems to integrate library connections locally and with military-based libraries. Need to identify programs to meet customer educational needs. Need to increase funding to sustain operations, personnel, and facilities.

38 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Analysis Impact GETC Need to reassess digital capacity outreach for educational telecommunications to support the additional population growth. Need to identify funding for professional and technical skills development for staff. Need to identify programs to meet customer educational preferences. Need to increase funding to sustain operations, facilities, and personnel.

39 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Actions to Date GPSS Assessing the need to address current issues of priorities to close gap between Steps 1 and 2. Started committee to align career/ technical education back to GCC and expand current MOA. Initiated management audit process. Completed construction and opened three new schools (Liguan Elem, Astumbo Middle, and Okkodo High). Addressing the Child Nutrition Program funding issue. Hired key leadership deputy superintendents.

40 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Actions to Date GCC (1 of 3) Participated with GPSS committee to align and expand career/technical education for secondary programs. Provided additional support to update apprenticeship standards in support of industry requirements resulting in increased numbers of apprentices and participating employers. Renovated/upgraded facilities such as the Trades and Industry Park, Technology Building, Culinary Kitchen, and Multipurpose Auditorium in support of programs.

41 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Actions to Date GCC (2 of 3) Working with neighboring community colleges in the region to collect data on available workforce and training opportunities. Aggressively pursuing federal funding in support of career/technical education for equipment and training. Participate in Labor sub-committee and Labor workforce initiatives. Conducted village outreach sessions in Agana Heights, Dededo, Yigo, Mongmong-Toto-Maite, and Sinajana to promote programs.

42 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Actions to Date GCC (3 of 3) Delivered Presidents testimonial to Committee on Natural Resources Subcommittee on Insular Affairs on identifying labor solutions (Sep 23, 2008). Began construction of Allied Health Center building in Aug expected completion, Sep Developing plans for Learning Resource Center expansion – groundbreaking in Summer Increased discussions with business community and partners on workforce training and educational programs such as rotary, GHRA, GFD, and GPD.

43 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Actions to Date UOG (1 of 4) Accelerating construction plans for Nursing, CEDDERS, and Marine Lab to support allied health and environmental research needs. Completed the Leon Guerrero building for additional classroom space in support of degree programs. Streamlined teacher and public administration programs to produce more workforce in a shorter time. Received approval of the Navigators Compass: Family Support 360 for Military Families grant with CEDDERS (Sep 2008).

44 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Actions to Date UOG (2 of 4) Delivered Presidents remarks to the Guam Chambers of Commerce (Jun 25, 2008). Hosted Congressional Staff Delegate Visit on Guam (Aug 8, 2008). Provided briefing update to US DOE (Aug 21, 2008). Delivered Presidents testimonial to Committee on Natural Resources Subcommittee on Insular Affairs on identifying labor solutions (Sep 23, 2008). Hosted public forum on Military Buildup to increase awareness and communication (Nov 20, 2008).

45 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Actions to Date UOG (3 of 4) Aggressively seeking federal funding to support of environmental research and educational programs. Continuing to provide assessment and support on the islands environment, economy, community, and businesses. Participating and contributing to the Labor, Health, Housing, Environmental, Economic, and Social/ Cultural sub-committee initiatives. Submitting an Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Grant to improve the health of the underserved through regional training in the Pacific area with GCC.

46 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Actions to Date UOG (4 of 4) Established formal partnership for Engineering degree program with University of Iowa (Aug 2008). Developed a MS degree in Clinical Psychology, effective Fall Developed a MS degree in Environmental Sciences - Professional Track (non-thesis), effective Fall Initiated Project 5 th Grade to change the mind shift that pursuing higher education is a natural choice to make. Assessing need for pre-pharmacy program and a Global Security degree track in Political Science.

47 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Next Steps Establish an update process for the Senators at large. Obtain feedback from GPSS, GCC, UOG, GPLS, and GETC on their list of next steps to reduce gap of current shortfalls and address impact requirements. Speak to the Village Mayors Council, as needed. Update estimated start-up budget with FY2009/2010 adjustments from respective institutions. Prepare for FY2011 (multi-year) budget. Prepare strategic master plan for Governors report. CMTF

48 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Next Steps GPSS (1 of 3) Integrate assumed population increase into the DAP/ strategic plan to maximize resources and reduce costs. Expand career/technical programs offered by GCC. Complete an unbiased, professional mgmt audit. Identify alternate courses of action to fund and prepare/sustain current school operations. Identify leadership and funding to prepare/sustain new schools for operation (current gap). Assess preparatory courses at the middle school level. Reduce/eliminate high risk status.

49 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Next Steps GPSS (2 of 3) Develop alternate plans concerning Title V issue with USDOE. Assess standardizing and enforcing systems between Elementary, Middle, and High Schools (i.e. curriculum and student learning outcomes, bell schedules). Assess standardizing and enforcing academic excellence between grade levels (i.e. Math & English). Fix Teacher Certification process and develop a succession plan. Assess and fix gaps in a program from K-13.

50 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Next Steps GPSS (3 of 3) Assess the Teacher/Union contract. Assess contracting of services for the school system. Consider automating accountable supplies and equipment for inventory/accountability purposes. Consider joint curriculum reviews at each grade level with DoDEA. Follow-up on Marbo land swap issue. At some point, revisit re-integration with DoDEA.

51 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Next Steps GCC Continue to seek federal/local funding for career/ technical workforce needs into secondary and post- secondary programs. Assess the need for expanding career/technical education programs and update MOA with GPSS. Secure funding for Allied Health and Science Building to begin construction. Continue partnerships with community businesses in apprenticeship programs and career/technical training. Assess the gaps in a program.

52 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Next Steps UOG Continue to seek federal/local funding for workforce needs, environmental assessments, and community support. Continue to assess degree programs and operations to reduce costs and maximize resources. Identify funding for the Nursing, CEDDERS, and Marine Lab buildings. Continue to expand integration of internship with community businesses and GovGuam operations. Assess the gaps in a program.

53 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Next Steps GPLS Follow-up on comprehensive study funding request status. Assess workforce and facility expansion requirements to support the additional population growth. Upgrade library systems to integrate library connections locally and with military-based libraries. Identify programs to meet customer educational needs. Increase funding to sustain operations, personnel, and facilities.

54 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Next Steps GETC Assess digital capacity outreach for educational telecommunications to support the additional population growth. Identify funding for professional and technical skills development for staff. Identify programs to meet customer educational preferences. Increase funding to sustain operations, facilities, and personnel.

55 -----DRAFT----- As of February 5, 2009 Private School Enrollment YEAR ENROLLMENTINCREASE %INCR 20076, % 20066, % 20056, % 20046, % 20035, % 20025, % 20015, % 20005, % 19995, PROJECTION


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