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Legislative Update Educational Initiatives & Cost of Education Committee on Education ADMINISTRATION SB2663 SD2 HD1 Hawaii Teachers Standards Board ($) SB2449 SD2 HD1 DOE Employees; Probationary Period

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legislative update

Legislative Update

Educational Initiatives & Cost of Education

committee on education
Committee on Education

ADMINISTRATION

SB2663 SD2 HD1 Hawaii Teachers Standards Board ($)

SB2449 SD2 HD1 DOE Employees; Probationary Period

Education Committee (EDU) First Decking As of March 20, 2008

FACILITIES

SB2774 SD2 Recycling; Task Force ($)

SB2164 SD3 HD1 Charter School Facilities Fund ($)

HB602 HD2 SD1 Education Facilities Improvement Special Fund

HB2972 HD1 SD1 Facilities Alignment Commission ($)

Special Purpose Revenue Bonds (SPRBs)

SB2035 SD1 Maui Prep ($)

(HB2547 SD1)

HB2614 SD1 Island Pacific ($)

STUDENTS

SB2879 SD2 SPED; Transfer of Rights ($)

HB2369After School Program Revolving Fund ($)

HB2441 DOE Worker's Comp for Students

HB2962 SD1 Safe Haven; After School Programs

HB2051 Foster Children; Stability

HD2 SD1 of School Placement ($)

LEARNING

SB2004 SD2 HD2 DOE; SPED Due Process

SB2480 SD2 HD2 STEM; Project EAST ($)

SB2254 DOE; E-Books

HB464 HD2 Sexual Health Education

HB2971 HD1 SD1 Online Learning Task Force HB3360 HD1 SD1 Science & Tech Task Force

COMMUNITY

SB2878 SD2 HD1 Early Ed Omnibus ($)

SB2660 SD3 HD1 College Savings Programs

SB2571 SD1 HD1 Food Waste Recycling, Solid Waste ($)

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII

SB3250 SD2 HD1 UH Outcome-Based; Financial Performance (HB2978 HD1 SD1)

SB2668 SD2 UH Regents Candidate Advisory Council ($) (HB3226 HD3 SD1)

SB2263 SD2 UH; BOR; Disclosure

HB2045 Global Youth Center

HB2163 HD2 SD1 UH; Preaudit

HB2164 SD3 HD1 UH; Cancer Research Center

HB2245 HD1 SD1 UH; Commercial Enterprise

SB2831 SD1 UH Center on Aging and Research ($)

SB3168 SD2 HD1 Academy for Creative Media Program; Established ($) (HB2587 HD1 SD1)

SB2333 SD2 UH; Robotics Institute

HB935 HD2 SD1 Aquaculture; Statewide Assistance ($)

HB2166 HD1 SD1 UH; CIP; Sustainability ($)

HB2429 HD2 HD1 Aloha Stadium; Feasibility Study ($)

HB2510 HD2 SD1 Global Warming Task Force; Climate Change

HB2521 HD2 SD1 UH R&M; Academy for Creative Media ($)

HB3309 HD1 SD1 UH CTAHR ($)

HB3398 HD3 SD1 Philippine Language ($)

TEACHERS

SB3252 Teacher Shortage

SD2 HD1 Omnibus ($)

SB2652 Substitute Teachers;

SD2 HD1 Wage Adjustment ($)

SB2080 Teacher Licensure;

SD2 HD1 Sexual Offenses

SB2163 Emergency Hires;

SD1 HD1 Teacher Licensure Requirements

featured senate bills
Featured Senate Bills:
  • SB3252 Teacher Shortage:
    • Addresses the teacher shortage problem in the State through various initiatives. Appropriates funds to address the problem.
  • SB3250 UH; Budgeting Financial Performance Incentives
    • Requires the University of Hawaii to develop a system of institutional financial performance incentives.
  • SB2878 Early Learning SB2671Junior Kindergarten
    • Requires developmentally appropriate assessments to enhance junior kindergarten program; ensures qualified preschool teachers and preschool teacher aides; and appropriates funds for to set teacher ratio of 10:1 and not more than 15:1./Creates the early learning council to govern the state's early learning system. Establishes an early learning system. Establishes the keiki first steps program.
  • Investment to Meet Public’s Expectations for our Students
    • RESOLUTION
doe budget 2 33 billion
DOE Budget $2.33 Billion:

$2.1 Billion, Excluding Debt Service

Weighted Student Formula 43%

Debt Service: $226.6 Million

- Other Programs 7%

- Federal Funds 8%

Special Education 14%

Other Special Ed. Programs 11%

Food 4%

Student Transportation 2%

Other Centrally Expended 6%

Facilities 3%

Utilities 2%

what is debt service
What is Debt Service?

The amount set aside annually in a fund to pay the interest and the part of the principal due on a debt.

$2.33 Billion Total

$ 2.1 Billion

Debt Service: $226.6 Million

doe budget 2 33 billion6
DOE Budget $2.33 Billion:

$2.1 Billion, Excluding Debt Service

Weighted Student Formula $908.9 Million

Debt Service: $226.6 Million

$145.8 Million

- Other Programs

Special Education $289.7 Million

- Federal Funds

$172 Million

Other Special Ed. Programs $233.4 Million

Food $96.4 Million

Student Transportation $47.7 Million

Other Centrally Expended $124 Million

Facilities $56.4 Million

Utilities $45.8 Million

weighted student formula
Weighted Student Formula:

The Weighted Student Formula (WSF) promotes equity by allocating funds to schools based on individual students’ educational needs.

$ 2.1 Billion

$908.9 Mil.

  • Weighted Characteristics:
  • Economically Disadvantaged
  • English as a Second Language
  • Geographic Isolation
  • School Size
  • Multi-track
  • K-2 Class Ratios
  • Transient Students

With 173,550 students enrolled, approximately $5,203 of the WSF is averaged per student.

$908.9 Million of DOE Budget= 43%

other programs
Other Programs:

$ 2.1 Billion

Separate funding is allocated to ensure that extra-curricular programs are established and supported.

$145.8 Mil.

  • Athletics
  • JROTC
  • Hawaiian Language Immersion Program
  • Hawaiian Studies
  • Other Instructional Services (Even Start, Science Textbooks, Audio Visual Centers, etc.)
  • Learning Centers
  • Student Activities (Engineering/Science Fair, Student Conference, Student Council, Awards, Student Exchange)
  • Peer Education Program
  • Resources for New Facilities Educational Research & Development
  • Trust Funds (Grants, Donations, Athletics, Olelo)
  • Hawaii Content/Performance Standards, Restructuring, Curriculum Improvements
  • In-School Suspension
  • Non-School Hour Programs
  • At Risk Programs
  • Risk Management
  • Space Education
  • Environmental Education
  • Summer School
  • Driver Education
  • Lost Textbooks
  • School Health Aides
  • A+
  • Etc…

≈ $847 per student

$145.8 Million of DOE Budget= 7%

federal funds
Federal Funds

$ 2.1 Billion

Title 1

Impact Aid

No Child Left Behind

Vocational Education

Smaller Grants

$172 Mil.

≈ $968 per student

$172 Million of DOE Budget= 8%

special education
Special Education

$ 2.1 Billion

School-specific SPED Needs

$289.7 Mil.

School Principals spend according to the specific needs of special education students.

  • Teachers
  • Classroom Supplies
  • Teaching Assistants

≈ $1,694 per student

$289.7 Million of DOE Budget= 14%

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Special Education

$ 2.1 Billion

Centrally Expended for SPED and Student Support Programs

$233.4 Mil.

Separate funding is allocated to ensure that specialized programs for student support are established and sustained.

  • Federal Funds
  • Special Olympics
  • School Based Behavioral Health
  • Services for Children with Autism
  • Student Support Services
  • Recruitment and Retention Incentive
  • Edu. Assessment/Prescriptive Svcs
  • Integrated Special Ed. Database
  • Extended School Year
  • Primary Prevention/Intervention
  • Comprehensive System of Professional Development
  • Home/Hospital Instruction
  • Early Learning System
  • Etc…

≈ $1,331 per student

$233.4 Million of DOE Budget= 11%

special education12
Special Education

$ 2.1 Billion

  • 18,605special education students enrolled in ‘07
  • 10.7% of total student enrollment

$523.1 Mil.

School-Specific Needs

Centrally Expended for SPED and Student Support Programs

≈ $15,802 per SPED student

≈ $12,416 per SPED student

≈ $28,218 per SPED student

$523.1 Million (SPED Combined)= 25% of Budget

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$ 2.1 Billion

Other Parts of the DOE Budget:

≈ $484 per student

≈ $242 per student

Food Services: $96.4 Million

4%

Student Transportation: $47.7 Million

2%

Facilities (Repairs & Maintenance, School Inspection, State Administration, etc.):

$56.4 Million

3%

Utilities: $45.8 Million

2%

≈ $363 per student

≈ $242 per student

summary
$ 2.1 BillionSummary

94%

$11,374 per student

43%

Expended by each school for Students: 72%

≈ $8,712 per student

29%

Centralized Expenses for Students: 22%

≈ $2,662 per student

Other Centralized Expenses for Schools/Complex Areas: 6% ≈ $726 per student

all other centralized expenses
All Other Centralized Expenses:

6% of DOE Budget- $124 Million

In addition to supporting student achievement, the remaining 6% of the DOE Budget supports a combination of the schools, the complex areas, and the state level functions. Many of these impact student education directly and all others affect student education indirectly.

≈ $726 per student

Per Student

6% Breakdown

$109

$157

$169

$146

$ 73

$ 48

$ 24

0.9%

1.3%

1.4%

1.2%

0.6%

0.4%

0.2%

  • Complex Area Administration
  • Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and Student Support (Teleschool, Adult Education, Federal Funds for Homeless, National Science Foundation, NAEP, Etc.)
  • Office of Human Resources (Teacher Improvement Services, Leadership Development, Etc.)
  • Office of Information Technology
  • Office of the Superintendent (Systems Accountability: Testing, Evaluation, Planning, Etc.)
  • Office of Fiscal Services
  • All Other (Board of Edu., Hawaii Teacher Standards Board, & Art in Public Places)
budget breakdown per student
BudgetBreakdown PerStudent

$2.33 Billion – $226.6 Million Debt Service = $2.1 Billion

2007: 173,550 Students Enrolled

Weighted Student Formula at 43%: $5,203 per student

94% of Budget (excluding Debt Service)=$11,374 Per Student

Other Student Expenses at 51%: $6,171 per student

Centralized Expenses at 6%: $726 per student Affects Districts, Complex Areas, etc.

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Budget Breakdown Per Student

$2.33 Billion – $226.6 Million Debt Service = $2.1 Billion

2007: 173,550 Students Enrolled

Weighted Student Formula at 43%: $5,203 per student

100% of Budget (excluding Debt Service)=$12,100 Per Student

Other Student Expenses at 51%: $6,171 per student

Centralized Expenses at 6%: $726 per student Affects Districts, Complex Areas, etc.

comparison total cost per student
25000

$22,300

Donations:

$5,625

20000

$ 13,405

15000

Debt Service: $1,305

$11,106

Top Private

School Tuition: $16,675

Debt Service: $1,305

$11,374

10000

No SPED

$9,075

5000

$726

$726

0

Comparison: Total Cost Per Student

Each public school student (includes SPED funds)

Each public school student (minus SPED funds)

comparison cost per student
Comparison: Cost Per Student

$11,374 (total, excluding debt service) + $726 (centralized expenses) =

$12,100 per student

VS

Top Private School: $22,300

≈ $121 per block

comparison cost per student20
Comparison: Cost Per Student

Top Private School: $22,300

DOE: $12,100

≈ $121 per block

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