7/1/11 rate increase added approximately $3 million in costs. 7/1/13 projected rate increase will add an additional $1.1 million.
2011-13 funding was slightly higher. Source: Legislative Revenue Office 2011-13 funding was well below what is necessary to maintain existing programs. 2013-15 funding will still be well below what is necessary to maintain existing programs.
General Fund Revenues Are Expected to Increase – Not Estimated To Be Sufficient – Need >$8 million Now to Restore 08/09 Service Levels Costs Will Again Go Up – Another PERS Rate Increase (min. 3 % points) – Textbook Adoption (assumed in model) Assumed Increase In Labor Costs – Assumed 3% Annual Increase in Employee Costs – Assumed 5% Annual Increase in Insurance Costs
The Economy Is Improving – However, Oregon Needs To See Significant Job Growth District Continues To Face Uncertain Future – Anticipated Expenditures Outpace Revenue District Must: – Manage Costs – Maintain A Quality Program (including quality staff) – Call On The Legislature For Adequate Funding – Attract & Retain More Students! – Collaborative Relationship
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