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1 The Management Cycle in a Public Institution System Planning Institution System Institution Resource Allocation System Assessment Institution

2 Client Expectations—The State Expansion and Diversification of the Economy Improving Performance of K-12 Education Contributing to Solution of Problems Normally Addressed in Other Agencies of State Government Social Services Corrections Environmental Quality Labor/Commerce Etc.

3 Student Pipeline: Of th Graders – the number who graduate from high school within four years, go directly to college, return their second year, and graduate within 150% of program time (2000) Graduate from High School Enter CollegeEnroll Sophomore Year Graduate within 150% 25 to 44 with a Bachelor's Best Performing StateU.S. AverageWisconsin

4 Interstate Migration of Adults with a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher: Change in Stock of Adults with a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher Minus Number of Bachelor’s Degrees Awarded (1990 to 2000) – 25- to 64-Year-Olds Source: U.S. Census Bureau, IPEDS Completions Survey, Tom Mortenson, Postsecondary Opportunity Florida Georgia Colorado New Jersey Washington Arizona Nevada North Carolina Texas Virginia Oregon Maryland Idaho Alaska New Mexico Wyoming TennesseeMinnesota Hawaii Montana South Carolina DelawareArkansas South Dakota Maine Vermont New Hampshire Kentucky North Dakota Nebraska Mississippi Kansas Connecticut West Virginia Utah Illinois Rhode Island California WisconsinOklahomaAlabama Iowa LouisianaMissouriIndiana Michigan Massachusetts Ohio Pennsylvania New York (In Thousands) From 1990 to 2000, Wisconsin Produced 272,629 Bachelor’s Degrees – While the Number of Adults with a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher Rose by 197,940

5 The Flow of Funds Economy State and Local Government Federal Government Donors Foundations Corporations Tax Revenues Appropriations/GrantsStudent Aid Tuition Scholarships & Waivers Research and Other Grants (Restricted)Student Aid (Restricted) Gifts Income K-12 Corrections Health Care Other Govt. Higher Education StudentsInstitutions

6 Change in Resident Undergraduate Student Charges and State Appropriations, Public Colleges and Universities, to Source: AASCU/NASULGC

7 State Comparisons: Index Scores—Affordability *Weights within the Family Ability to Pay indicators are based on enrollment by type of institution. The zero score for Wyoming on Family Ability to Pay at Private 4-Year Colleges is weighted at zero, and as a result does not affect the state’s overall grade for affordability. **Actual Index Score is over 100. Notes: Numbers in bold refer to best-performing states. Category Grade Category Index Score At Community Colleges* At Public 4-Yr Colleges* At Private 4-Yr Colleges* Need-Based Financial Aid (20%) Low-Priced Colleges (20%) Low Student Debt (10%) Category Grade Category Index Score At Community Colleges* At Public 4-Yr Colleges* At Private 4-Yr Colleges* Need-Based Financial Aid (20%) Low-Priced Colleges (20%) Low Student Debt (10%) STATE Family Ability to Pay (50%) STATE Family Ability to Pay (50%) AlabamaF AlaskaD ArizonaD ArkansasC CaliforniaA ColoradoC ConnecticutC DelawareF FloridaD GeorgiaD HawaiiD IdahoD IllinoisB IndianaD IowaC KansasC KentuckyC LouisianaD MaineF MarylandD MassachusettsD MichiganD MinnesotaB MississippiD MissouriD MontanaF NebraskaD NevadaD New HampshireF New JerseyC New MexicoC New YorkF North CarolinaC North DakotaD OhioF OklahomaC OregonF PennsylvaniaD Rhode IslandF South CarolinaD South DakotaF TennesseeD TexasD UtahB VermontF VirginiaB WashingtonC West VirginiaF WisconsinC WyomingD **

8 Percentage Change in Spending to Maintain Current Services H.E. 8-Year Spending Growth Rate Nevada New Jersey Virginia Connecticut Massachusetts Illinois Arizona Pennsylvania Delaware Colorado Maryland Rhode Island Michigan California North Carolina Florida New York Alaska United States Ohio New Hampshire Missouri Tennessee Indiana Wisconsin RankState Annual Avg. Advantage for Higher Ed. All Programs H.E. 8-Year Spending Growth Rate Georgia Kentucky Texas Iowa Minnesota South Carolina Washington Kansas Oklahoma Arkansas Hawaii West Virginia Oregon Nebraska Montana Alabama Maine Utah Idaho Mississippi Vermont Louisiana North Dakota South Dakota New Mexico Wyoming RankState Annual Avg. Advantage for Higher Ed. All Programs Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government 2002

9 State and Local Surplus or Shortfall as a Percent of Baseline Revenues in Year Vermont3.1 North Dakota2.2 Maine1.3 New Jersey0.6 Delaware0.2 Wisconsin0.0 Kansas-0.3 Montana-0.4 Maryland-0.5 New Hampshire-0.6 Arizona-0.7 Massachusetts-0.8 Utah-0.8 Oklahoma-1.3 Oregon-1.3 Nebraska-1.4 Ohio-1.4 RankStatePercent South Dakota-1.7 Michigan-1.7 Rhode Island-1.9 Minnesota-1.9 Colorado-2.3 Alaska-2.4 California-2.5 Connecticut-2.9 West Virginia-2.9 Pennsylvania-2.9 Virginia-3.0 Georgia-3.2 United States-3.4 Kentucky-3.4 Arkansas-3.5 Hawaii-3.6 New Mexico-3.6 RankStatePercent Iowa-3.7 New York-3.8 Illinois-4.2 Missouri-4.7 Washington-4.9 Idaho-5.0 Indiana-5.2 North Carolina-5.6 Texas-5.7 Florida-5.7 South Carolina-6.3 Wyoming-7.8 Mississippi-8.6 Louisiana-8.8 Alabama-9.2 Nevada-9.2 Tennessee-9.7 RankStatePercent Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government 2002

10 State Tax Capacity and Effort (Index Scores) - Wisconsin Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers, Kent Halstead

11 State Appropriations for Higher Education vs. Family Share of Higher Education Funding (Index Scores) - Wisconsin Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers, Kent Halstead

12 Higher Education Priority – Higher Education Appropriations as a Percent of Tax Revenue (Index Score) - Wisconsin Source: State Higher Education Executive Officers, Kent Halstead U.S

13 State Strategies Used to Reduce Budget Gaps, Fiscal Year 2002 Source: NASBO Fees Layoffs Furloughs Early Retirement Cuts Reduce Local Aid Reorganize Privatization Rainy Day Fund Tuition/Fee Increases

14 Total Research and Development Expenditures Per Capita ($) Source: National Science Foundation, US Census Bureau

15 Federal Research and Development Expenditures Per Capita ($) – 2001 Source: National Science Foundation, US Census Bureau

16 State, Local, and Institutional (Internal) Research and Development Expenditures Per Capita ($) – 2001 Source: National Science Foundation, US Census Bureau


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