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1 Reinventing Education Act for the Children of Hawaii REACH Our Goal. Our Children. Our Future. Overview of the DOE Operating Budget

2 Overview Outline Two Types of State Budgets State Budgets and the Department of Education Overall Budget Program Structure Act 51: 70% Budget Requirement Review of Programs

3 Two Types of State Budgets Operating Budget This budget provides funding for the general operations of each department. The Committee on Weights will be focusing on the DOE Operating Budget. Capital Improvement Program (CIP) The CIP budget provides funding for construction and major repairs. The Committee on Weights will not be involved with the CIP budget.

4 DOE Budget Summary Statistics DOE Total Operating Budget: $1.7 billion DOE Total Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Appropriations*: $ 75 million in FY 2004 $ 46 million in FY 2005 * Based on Act 200, SLH 2003

5 What Percentage is the DOE’s Budget Compared to the Total State Budget? DOE Total Operating Budget is 24% of the Total State Budget of $7.63 billion. DOE General Fund Operating Budget of $1.46 billion is 39% of the Total State General Fund of $3.82 billion.

6 DOE Budget Structure EDN 100: School-Based Budgeting EDN 150: Comprehensive Student Support Services EDN 200: Instructional Support EDN 300: State and District Administration EDN 400: School Support EDN 500: School Community Service EDN 600: Public Charter Schools

7 Green Budget Book Presented to Legislature for last Biennium Budget Provides general information on all DOE programs and operating budgets Table of contents should be referred to for quick access to subject matter May be a valuable reference document for Committee discussions

8 EDN 100: School-Based Budgeting School Lump-Sum Budget Programs -- Initiated in Legislative Session Provided school program flexibility. Categorical Programs -- Specific purposes, such as athletics. Employee Fringe Benefits -- Appropriated by Legislature, fixed cost.

9 EDN 150: Comprehensive Student Support Services Comprehensive Student Support Services for All Students Special Education Services

10 Act 51, With Weighted Student Formula: 70% Budget Requirement

11 What programs to include in the Weighted Student Formula? Conceptually: Include direct costs of instructional programs Include programs supported through staffing formulas and other direct allocations to schools Exclude non-instructional programs Exclude programs more appropriately managed centrally

12 Questions ?


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