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1 2014 Appropriations Steven Crawford Executive Director of CCOSA

2 State Budget and Funding Information

3 Supplemental Funding for FY 2013 HB 2301 $ 8,500, FBA $ 8,447, Ad Valorem Reimbursement $ 16,947, Total Supplemental Funding

4 FY 2014 Budget

5 HB 2301 – GA Bill HB 2301 provides the general appropriation: – Formula: $986,672, – 1017 Fund: $767,691, – Technology Revolving: $ 47,372, – Mineral Leasing (2014): $ 3,325, – Lottery (2014): $ 25,157, – Lottery (2012): $ 5,594, – Mineral Lease (2012): $ 1,756, – TOTAL Formula $1,837,570,779.00

6 Total Formula Dollars FY 12$1,815,185, FY 13$1,816,091, Difference FY 12-FY 13+ $ 906, FY 14$1,837,570, Difference FY 13-FY 14+ $21,479,424.00

7 SB 267 – Funding Virtual Charter Schools Effective September 1, 2013 all virtual charter schools will receive an initial funding allocation based on an August 1 st count of enrolled students multiplied by All virtual charter schools will receive a midyear adjustment allocation notice based the actual weights generated by enrolled students as counted / reported in the first nine weeks count of students.

8 School Land Commission The CLO is exercising authority to control the volatility of lease-bonus revenue through the lease-bonus stabilization fund. Total financial support from CLO is guaranteed at $93M for this fiscal year resulting in a cut of approximately $9 million to all schools.

9 Comparing FY 12 to FY 13 to FY 14 General Revenue Fund – FY 12: $ 1,100,640, – FY 13: $ 1,007,314, – FY 14: $ 986,672, – Difference 12-13: (-) $ 93,326, – Difference 13-14: (-) $ 20,641,205.00

10 Comparing FY 12 to FY 13 to FY Fund – FY 12: $ 634,894, – FY 13: $ 726,162, – FY 14: $ 767,691, – Difference 12-13: (+) $91,267, – Difference 13-14: (+) $41,529,184.00

11 Comparing FY 12 to FY 13 to FY14 Lottery Trust – FY 12: $ 28,870, – FY 13: $ 29,402, – FY 14: $ 30,752, – Difference: (+) $ 532, – Difference: (+) $1,349,653.00

12 Comparing FY12 to FY13 to FY14 Mineral Leasing – FY 12: $ 2,850, – FY 13: $ 4,376, – FY 14: $ 5,081, – Difference: (+) $ 1,526, – Difference: (+) $ 704,919.00

13 The SDE Activities Budget

14 Comparing FY12 to FY13 to FY14 SDE Activities Account - Unrestricted – FY 12: $ 401,224, Lump sum given to SDE without line items – FY 13: $ 7,925, Lump sum given to SDE without line items – FY 14: $ 507,772, Lump sum given to SDE without line items

15 SB 1127 (Failed) i.FBA – 1.Certified Staff:$244,347, Support Staff:$123,433, Total Appropriation:$367,780, ii.National Board Teachers:$ 11,695, iii.Speech Path, Audiologist Bonuses:$ 3,247, iv.Alternative Education: $ 15,027, v.Reading Sufficiency Act:$ 6,500, vi.Sooner Start / Early Intervention:$ 14,417, vii.Early Childhood Pilot Program:$ 10,500, viii.Federal School Lunch Match:$ 4,960, ix.OTRS Offset Credit:$ 35,311, x.Textbook Funding to SDE:$ 33,000,000.00

16 Programs in SB 1127 (failed) – OPAT$1,000, – Rural Infant Stimulation Program $529, – Summer Arts Institute $350, – Ag in the Classroom $38, – General Ed Development Test $750, – Financial Literacy $150, – Part of Reform Implementation – ACE$8,000, – Advanced Placement Inc. $3,500,000.00

17 Reform Implementation ($42,014,000.00) K-20 C3 Standards Implement 564, K-20 STEM-Ready Elem Schools 300, Think Through Math 1,800, Staff Development 4,250, TLE 2,000, Grade Reading Readiness Team 500, Student Information Data System 2,000, REAC3H Coaches 4,250, Testing 3,000, Teach for America 2,500, School Rewards Grant Pool 2,800,000.00

18 SDE Line Items / Activities Budget FY13 i.FBA – 1.Certified Staff:$226,842, Support Staff:$117,321, Total Appropriation:$344,163, ii.National Board Teachers:$ 11,695, iii.Speech Path, Audiologist Bonuses:$ 3,247, iv.Alternative Education: $ 14,877, v.Reading Sufficiency Act:$ 6,952, vi.Sooner Start / Early Intervention:$ 14,417, vii.Early Childhood Pilot Program:$ 10,000, viii.Federal School Lunch Match: $ 4,960, ix.OTRS Offset Credit:$ 35,311, x.Truancy Program in Urban County:$ 185, xi.Unrestricted Program Funding:$ 7,925, xii.Textbook Funding to SDE*:$ 33,000, xiii.Total SDE Activities Appropriation:$486,737,125.00

19 Total Appropriations Comparison FY 2012 $ 2,278,158, FY 2014 $ 2,407,604, FY 2013 $ 2,333,604,082.00

20 FY 2014: The Oklahoma Legislature did NOT provide a line item appropriation for FBA HB 3056, passed in 2012, requires the SBE to first fully fund the Flexible Benefit Allowance, in absence of a line item appropriation, from funds appropriated in the SDE Activity Account. HB 3056 is now Section (A) of Title 70 of the Oklahoma Statutes and protects FBA funding!

21 SB 1443 – Moratorium on Accreditation Standards SB 1443, passed in 2011, extended the moratorium on withdrawal of accreditation for failure to meet certain requirements: – Class size – Library / Media Expenditure – Textbooks Moratorium is effective until June 30, 2014.

22 Effects of SQ Tax Commission Est. $52,000,000 Formula Impact (-)$21,840, Projected Est.$100,000,000 Formula Impact (-)$ 42,000,000

23 FY 14 Midyear Projection Best case scenario Formula needs $32,135,605 New State Aid Dollars$21,479,424 – Difference (-)$10,656,181 or (-)$9.80 per WADM Worst case scenario Formula needs$62,224,616 New State Aid Dollars$21,479,424 – Difference (-)$40,745,192 or (-)$37.46 per WADM

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