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Florida State Board of Education 2010-11 Education Budget Request October 27, 2009. STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 2010-11 Education Budget Presentation October 27, 2009 Introduction Eric J. Smith PK-12 Education Frances Haithcock Workforce Education Loretta Costin

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Florida State Board of Education2010-11 Education Budget RequestOctober 27, 2009


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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

2010-11 Education Budget Presentation

October 27, 2009

  • Introduction Eric J. Smith

  • PK-12 Education Frances Haithcock

  • Workforce Education Loretta Costin

  • Florida Colleges Will Holcombe

  • Other Education

    Vocational Rehabilitation Linda Champion

    Blind Services Linda Champion

    Student Financial Assistance Linda Champion

    State Board of Education Linda Champion

  • Fixed Capital Outlay Linda Champion

  • State University System Kristie Harris


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Introduction

Dr. Eric J. Smith

Commissioner of Education


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National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Florida Mathematics Highlights 2009

  • In 2009, the NAEP Grade 4 Mathematics scale score gap between Florida’s African-American and White students narrowed 3 points. The scale score gap decreased 6 points from 2003 to 2009.

  • From 2003 to 2009, the performance of Florida’s African-American students on NAEP Grade 8 Mathematics moved Florida’s status from ranking close to the bottom quarter of the 50 states, when comparing performance of this subgroup, to approximately the top third.

  • Since 2003, Florida’s African-American eighth-graders have narrowed the achievement gap with White students by 12 points in NAEP Grade 8 Mathematics, compared to the nation’s three point narrowing.

  • The percentage of Florida eighth-graders performing at or above Basic on NAEP Mathematics is equal to or greater than the national average for every student group tested in the state.






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FCAT Science by Achievement Level, Grade 5 Mathematics Highlights 2009


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FCAT Science by Achievement Level, Grade 8 Mathematics Highlights 2009


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FCAT Science by Achievement Level, Grade 11 Mathematics Highlights 2009


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2009-10 Statewide All Funds Mathematics Highlights 2009Operations and Fixed Capital Outlay = $66.5 Billion


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2009-10 Statewide General Revenue Appropriations (Operations and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion


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Department of Education and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 BillionNext Generation Strategic Initiatives


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Voluntary Prekindergarten Program and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion

Dr. Frances Haithcock

Chancellor, Public Schools


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Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion

2008-09 VPK Data

  • 234,186 - Estimated Total Number of Four-Year-Olds

  • 147,706 - Total Number of Children Served (63% of all four-year-olds); 128,304 FTE Appropriated*

    2009-10 VPK Data (as of July 30, 2009 VPK Estimating Conference)

  • 233,212 - Revised Estimated Total Number of Four-Year-Olds

  • 164,654 - Revised Total Number of Children Expected to be Served (66.70% of all four-year-olds)

  • 131,711 - Total Number of Children Enrolled (as of 10/23/09) (56% of all four-year-olds)

  • 136,957 FTE Appropriated*

* Exceeded or Expected to Exceed Appropriation


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2010-11 Voluntary Prekindergarten and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 BillionProgram Funds

2010-11 Data

  • 233,442 - Estimated Total Number of 4 Year-Olds

  • 169,666 - Planning Estimate for VPK (68.80%)

    2010-11 Legislative Budget Request

  • 145,397.05 Full-time Equivalent (FTE)

  • $2,575 Base Student Allocation (BSA) 2010-11 School Year

  • $2,190 Base Student Allocation (BSA) 2010-11 Summer

  • 4.85% Administrative Costs

    $389,202,790


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2010-11 VPK Early Learning Standards and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billionand Accountability

Provider Services

  • VPK Regional Facilitators

  • Printing and Distribution of Standards and Parent Guide

  • Professional Development for Teachers (in the area of mathematics – 2008 VPK Standards)

  • Statewide Implementation/Availability of VPK Reading and Mathematics Assessments (includes materials, training, and online reporting system)

    Accountability

  • VPK Provider Kindergarten Readiness Rate Web site and calculation of rate

    $950,000


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K-12 Education and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion

Dr. Frances Haithcock

Chancellor, Public Schools


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2010-11 Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP) Request and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion


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2010-11 FEFP Strategic Investment and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion

2,605,329 Students

2,678 Decrease in unweighted FTE

$18,559,375,598 in State and Local Funds

Provide $7,123.62 per student

3.59% increase of $246.63 per student


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2010-2011 Proposed Budget and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 BillionJust Read, Florida!


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2010-11 K-12 Proposed Budget Investment Overview and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion


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Workforce Education and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion

Loretta Costin

Acting Chancellor, Workforce Education


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Florida Workforce Education 2010-11 and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 BillionBudget Request

School District Workforce Education – Operating Funds

1. 2009-10 Appropriation

for Workforce Education and Performance $ 382,589,931

2. Workload $ 25,766,749

Estimated increase in enrollment = 3,813 FTE

Move select districts toward state funds per unweighted FTE of $3,958

Total Increase Requested $ 25,766,749

2010-11 Workforce Education and Performance $ 408,356,680

% Increase Over 2009-10 Appropriation 6.73%

Workforce Education – Other Increase

Adult Basic Education (Increase in Federal Budget Authority) $ 6,073,066

-Nonrecurring budget authority is requested for a one-time payment of federal funds for adult education and family literacy programs.


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Workload Increase and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion

  • Enrollment Growth $15,092,883

    -estimated growth of $3,813 FTE

  • Compression/Equity $10,673,866

  • Performance Increase N/A

  • Total Increase Appropriation $25,766,749


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Ready to Work – Current Budget and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion

  • Curriculum and Implementation Services $5,600,000

    • Site Licenses 3,000,000

    • Credentials 1,500,000

    • Recruit Employers 450,000

    • Contract Administration 650,000

  • Assessments, Credentials, Employer Outreach $1,350,000

    • Bank of Assessments 1,016,490

    • Job Profiles 132,500

    • Employ Florida 144,000

    • Credential Printing 57,010

  • Administrative Services $ 50,000

  • Total Appropriation $7,000,000


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Florida Colleges and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion

Dr. Will Holcombe

Chancellor, Florida Colleges


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An “open door” with a positive outcome! and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion

Comparison of FTE Enrollment to Total Degrees and Certificates Awarded

Total Degrees and Certificates Awarded Public Two-Year Colleges (2006-2007)

SREB States, 2007-2008

SREB - Southern Regional Education Board


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Florida Colleges Growth in FTE and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion


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Florida Colleges State Funding Per FTE and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion


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The Florida College System 2010-11 and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 BillionBudget Request


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Other Education and Fixed Capital Outlay) = $21.2 Billion- Division of Vocational Rehabilitation- Division of Blind Services- Student Financial Assistance- State Board of Education

Linda Champion

Deputy Commissioner, Finance and Operations


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2010-11 Budget Request for the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

Requested increase in General Revenue funds for Purchased Client Services will allow the department to maximize the available federal funds.


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2010-11 Division of Blind Services Rehabilitation

Total Funding $61,677,861

  • $44,642 increase to serve an additional 34 children enrolled in the Blind Babies program

  • $901,030 increase in state funds to match available federal dollars


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Student Financial Assistance 2010-11 RehabilitationProposed Budget for the Three Largest Programs

*Student Financial Aid Amount includes FSAG amount on following line.



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Investments in Education Rehabilitation


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2010-11 K-20 Operating Budget Request Rehabilitation

*Excludes Universities and Board of Governors


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2010-11 Fixed Capital Outlay RehabilitationLegislative Budget Request

Linda Champion

Deputy Commissioner, Finance and Operations


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2010-11 Public Education Capital Outlay RehabilitationLegislative Budget Request

Total Appropriation $161,900,000

Less off-the-top projects $6,944,856


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Summary of 2010-11 FCO Request Rehabilitation

*Includes debt service amount for University System Capital Improvement Fee Bonds



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2010-11 K-20 Education Operating and Fixed Capital Outlay Budget Request

  • VPK Early Learning - $390,152,790

  • K-12 - $13,966,995,248

  • Workforce Education – $540,127,070

  • Florida Colleges - $1,186,402,515

  • Student Financial Aid - $606,579,647

  • Other Education - $629,387,443

    • State Board of Education - $225,052,661

    • Vocational Rehabilitation - $226,381,446

    • Blind Services - $61,677,861

    • Private Colleges & Universities - $116,275,475

  • Fixed Capital Outlay – $1,952,107,346 *includes BOG items

  • Total - $19,271,752,059

*Excludes operating budget for State University Systems and Board of Governors



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2010-2011 Legislative Budget Request Budget Request

Kristie Harris, Board of Governors

Director, Budget and Fiscal Policy


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SUS At A Glance Budget Request

UWF

FSU

UNF

FAMU

  • 11 Institutions

  • 302,513 Students (Fall 2008)

  • 71% Full-time; 29% Part-time

  • 61,178 Personnel (Fall 2008)

  • 70,659 Degrees Awarded (2007-08)

  • 31,362 Acres

  • 3,643 Facilities

  • 77.6 Million Gross Square Feet

  • $2.0 Billion State Operating Budget

  • $1.6 Billion in Research Contracts

UF

UCF

USF

NCF

Main Campus

Branch Campus

FAU

FGCU

FIU



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Investments in Higher Education Budget Request

*Institute of Human & Machine Cognition


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Key 2010-2011 Initiatives Budget Request

  • Plant, Operation and Maintenance - $34.7 M

  • Federal Stimulus (Year 2) - $161.2 M

  • Base Operating General Revenue - $11.3 M

  • Medical Education - $23.4 M

  • Major Gifts Matching Program - $140.7 M


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Total E&G Funding Per Budget Request

FTE Student will Increase Slightly

1.6% increase

in funding per

FTE Student.

Adjusted by the Higher Education Price Index.


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Board General Office Budget Request

LBR Summary


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Fixed Capital Outlay Budget Request

LBR Summary

  • Public Education Capital Outlay (PECO)

    • $56.5 M Infrastructure, Capital Renewal and Maintenance (no new projects)

  • Courtelis Matching Program

    • $113 M Match for Private Donations


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Questions? Budget Request

Kristie Harris, Director

Budget and Fiscal Policy Office

Board of Governors

State University System of Florida

(850) 245-9757

[email protected]


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