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Federal and State Funding. SIIA ETIS May 2011. Charles Blaschke Education Turnkey Systems John Lopez Texas State Department of Education Jenny House President, RedRock Reports. Federal Outlook . Charles Blaschke Education Turnkey Systems, Inc. Title I Opportunities. Purchasing cycles

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federal and state funding

Federal and State Funding

SIIA ETIS

May 2011

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Charles Blaschke

    • Education Turnkey Systems
  • John Lopez
    • Texas State Department of Education
  • Jenny House
    • President, RedRock Reports
federal outlook

Federal Outlook

Charles Blaschke

Education Turnkey Systems, Inc.

title i opportunities
Title I Opportunities
  • Purchasing cycles
    • Now through September
    • Beginning December, peaking in March-June 2012
  • Target
    • Districts “identified” – recent regulations
    • Districts receiving increases (Title I, carryover, SFSF unspent)
    • Schoolwide programs – especially for RTI
school improvement activities
“School Improvement” Activities

Estimated2010-2011 funding

opportunities
Opportunities
  • SIG Part G -- $1.3-$1.4 billion
    • Remediation, professional developmet
    • Transformation model application/tools
  • 4% SEA Set-aside Part A -- $500-600 million
    • Tier III eligible schools (900-1000)
    • 60% spent on products/services
    • Can use interventions/products other than four SIG Part G models
new technology policy announced at aei
New technology policy announced at AEI
  • Reduce barriers to realizing technology benefits
  • Increase funding flexibilities in Title I, IDEA, others
  • New priorities – i3, RTTT, Promise Neighborhoods
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ESEA

No Reauthorization: Fix-it Amendments and Regulatory Relief

texas state funding

Texas State Funding

John Lopez

Managing Director

Instructional Materials and Educational Technology

state budget status
State Budget Status
  • Budget has not passed
  • House and Senate budgets
  • State Government Implications (education)
  • $4 Billion Shortfall
  • 65,000 district positions impacted
  • Funding Model
district preparation
District Preparation
  • Reduction in Personnel
  • Budget Restructure
  • Planning
  • Communication
  • Expenditures – Cost Efficient Models
edujobs bill
EduJobs Bill
  • Texas - $803 Million
  • Designed to Save Positions
  • Directed to Teachers
  • Other Administrative Positions
arra funding
ARRA Funding
  • Competitive Funding
  • Target Tech in Texas (T3)
  • 33 Collaborative Grants Selected
  • Goal - Innovative Teaching Strategies
  • Expenditures - $22,217,787 or 79%
  • Remaining - $5,934,579 or 21%
arra funding1
ARRA Funding
  • Formula Funding
  • Total disbursed to districts - $28,000,000
  • Range of NOGA’s - $56 - $952,167
arra funding2
ARRA Funding
  • Allowable Expenditures
    • Hardware or Software
    • Professional Development
    • Technical Assistance
    • External Evaluations
house bill 6
House Bill 6
  • Allotment System
  • Combines Technology Allotment – ($30)
  • More Options for Districts
  • Print and Digital Instructional Materials
  • Technological Equipment
house bill 61
House Bill 6
  • Allowable Expenditures
    • SBOE Approved Lists
    • Commissioner Approved Lists
    • Electronic Textbooks
    • Open Source Textbooks
house bill 62
House Bill 6
  • Allowable Expenditures
    • Equipment
    • Professional Development
    • Supplemental Resources
    • Salaries
outlook
Outlook
  • Local District Decisions
  • Reduced Personnel / Staff
  • Selection of Instructional Materials
  • Curriculum Preparation
  • Assessment Preparation
  • Expenditure – Cost Effective
texas contact
Texas Contact

John Lopez

Managing Director

Instructional Materials and Educational Technology

[email protected]

(512) 475-3600

what do i do tomorrow

What Do I Do Tomorrow?

Jenny House, PhD

President, RedRock Reports

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ARRA

129 days remaining

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