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83 rd Session Wrap-up Rey Garcia President & CEO - TACC T CCIA Annual Conference. June 3, 2013. 83 rd Legislative Session Wrap-up. The Budget Bills that passed Bills that did not pass Special Session A brief look forward Resources. The Budget.

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83 rd legislative session wrap up

83rd Legislative Session Wrap-up

The Budget

Bills that passed

Bills that did not pass

Special Session

A brief look forward


the budget

The Budget

Community College New Methodology for Funding Adopted

Core Operations Funding

$1 million per college each biennium

Student Success Points Funding

10% of state funding based on student outcomes

Contact Hour Funding

Remaining 90% of state funding based on contact hours

Student Success Points Budget Rider

Community Colleges in collaboration with the Higher Education Coordinating Board will make recommendations to the 84th Legislature for a college to “compete against itself” for future outcomes-based funding.

Mid-Biennium Reallocation Rider

The rider from the last Appropriations Act which required a reallocation of formula funds in the second year of the biennium was removed from SB 1.

the budget1

The Budget

State Funding for Community Colleges

bills that passed

Bills that Passed

SB 1812 by Duncan

Codification of 50/50 cost-share agreement on employee benefits.

SB 62 by Nelson

Changes to bacterial meningitis vaccination requirements: Lowers age to 22 / Online portal for community college students to access exemption form at Department of State Health Services.

SB 15 by Seliger

Makes significant changes to Education Code related to Board Governance including prohibiting a board member from voting on budget matters until “new member training” has been completed.

HB 2668 by Vo

Requires Boards of College Districts (enrollment that exceeds 20,000) to broadcast meetings and place written meeting materials on college Website.

SB 307 by Huffman

Moves Adult Basic Education from the Texas Education Agency to the Texas Workforce Commission.

SB 215 by Birdwell

Sunset bill for Higher Education Coordinating Board – includes changes that moves community college students out of Texas Grants program and into Texas Educational Opportunity Grant (TEOG) program.

bills that did not pass

Bills that did not Pass

HB 972 by Fletcher

Was never heard on the Senate Floor

Contained “Opt-Out” provision for institutions on an annual basis

HB14/SB14 by Pitts/Williams

Would have made significant changes in the information required of an institution related to financial transparency and ballot language for bond elections.

special session

Special Session

Currently limited to Redistricting

Hearings taking place at the Capitol today

Bills on the floor next week

Other Items may be included on the “Call”

Concealed carry on campus

Transportation funding

Social issues

a look ahead

A Look Ahead

Public School Finance

Supreme Court ruling sometime next spring?

Special Session?

Economic Projections: Impact on State Revenues

Sales tax revenues continue to trend above levels from 2012

Economist concern over sustained growth

Price of oil over the next 2-3 years

Continued Growth in K-12 Enrollments

Affordable Care Act Implementation / Increasing Caseloads and Costs



Why Texas Needs a Success Center

Alignment of different innovation and success initiatives into a more coherent and comprehensive approach, including development data infrastructure and key measures of success;

Acceleration of learning across institutions so that adoption of proven or evidence-based initiatives can be accelerated and information costs reduced; and

Advocacy for policies that support the success agenda, in the legislature and in relevant state agencies.






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