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1 ESD 113 Superintendents’ Meeting Tumwater, August 21, 2013

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3 Budget Revised May 2012 (Dollars in Millions) Source: Senate Ways & Means Cmte, 1/13

4  November forecast: $900 million shortfall *  March forecast: $1.3 billion shortfall * ◦ Revenue: up $40 million ◦ Caseload: up $301 million ◦ Bracken decision: $160 million loss  June forecast:$1.0 billion shortfall * ◦ Revenue/Caseload: up net $320 million *Projections do NOT include $ billion required McCleary down payment 4

5  Supreme Court rules (January 2012): ◦ The State “has consistently failed” to provide the ample funding required by the Constitution. ◦ “Reliance on levy funding to finance basic education was unconstitutional 30 years ago in Seattle School District, and it is unconstitutional now.”  Supreme Court Orders State to: ◦ “demonstrate steady progress” under ESHB 2261; and ◦ “show real and measurable progress” towards full Article IX, Section 1 compliance by

6 6 ESHB 2261 – Program Changes Required

7 7 SHB 2776 – Funding Changes Required

8 8 SHB 2776 Resource Phase-in School Year Full-Day Kindergarten Must be fully funded statewide by Phase-in based on FRPL 219 Schools More funding can begin More funding must begin Continues to ramp up Fully Funded 2 K-3 Class Size Reduction Must be fully funded statewide by Phase-in based on FRPL $0 More funding can begin More funding must begin Continues to ramp up Fully Funded 3 Materials, Supplies, Operation Costs (MSOC) Must be fully funded by $ per student basis More funding can begin More funding must begin Continues to ramp up Funded at new level 4 Basic Transportation Must be fully funded by % of formula funded basis More funding can begin More funding must begin Continues to ramp up Fully Funded Source: OSPI, 5/10

9 Budget

10 10 (dollars in millions) All-day Kindergarten89.8 K-3 Class Size (K-1 only)103.6 Transportation131.7 MSOC374.0 LAP143.1 TBIP18.9 Counselors (PIC & Guidance)24.1 Career & College Ready97.0 Accountability15.0 Low-achieving Schools10.3 Local Effort Assistance8.3 Suspend I-732 COLAs(295.5) Assessment Reform(25.0) Hold Harmless(24.7) ALE(12.7) K-12 Budget – Major Highlights

11 Source: Article IX Litigation Cmte, 7/ Basic Education Enhancements 11

12 Source: Article IX Litigation Cmte, 7/13 Additional K-12 Education Enhancements 12

13 Source: Article IX Litigation Cmte, 7/13 K-12 Education “Savings” and Reductions 13

14 McCleary v. State Implementing McCleary

15 15 Education Funding Task Force Adopted McCleary Spending Plan Source: Joint Task Force on Education Funding, Final Report, 12/12

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18 Initial McCleary Investment Operating Budget Initial McCleary Basic Education Investment Operating Budget

19 McCleary v. State What are the REAL Implementation Costs?

20 20 Source: Network for Excellence in Washington Schools, 11/12 Real and steady progress towards full funding --as testified by the State in McCleary--

21 21 Real and steady progress towards full funding vs. Joint Task Force spending plan Source: Network for Excellence in Washington Schools, 3/13

22 ESSB 5946—Improving Student Outcomes  Adds reduction of disruptive behavior as a condition to serve  OSPI and WSIPP must develop menus of “best practices” ◦ Required to be published by July 1, 2015 ◦ Required to be used by districts by  Districts required to prioritize the LAP funds to first serve grades K-4 reading  Readiness to Learn program consolidated with LAP; districts allowed to use LAP funds to continue RTL programs 22

23  Requirement to submit LAP plans is repealed  Beginning SY , districts must report annual entrance and exit performance data for LAP students in CEDARs  Beginning Aug 1, 2014, districts must annually report to OSPI: ◦ Academic growth for LAP students; ◦ Number of students who gained at least one year of growth; and ◦ Specific LAP practices and activities in each school  OSPI must compile district data and annually report performance gains  OSPI must monitor effectiveness of LAP practices and offer technical assistance. 23

24 Daniel P. Steele Assistant Executive Director, Government Relations 825 Fifth Avenue SE Olympia, WA ESD 113 Superintendents’ Meeting


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