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FLORIDA EDUCATION FINANCE PROGRAM (FEFP) FUNDING . Glenda Todd Office of Independent Education and Parental Choice Florida Department of Education (850) 245-0502 glenda.todd@fldoe.org Database Workshop June 2008.

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florida education finance program fefp funding

FLORIDA EDUCATION FINANCE PROGRAM (FEFP) FUNDING

Glenda Todd

Office of Independent Education and Parental Choice

Florida Department of Education

(850) 245-0502

glenda.todd@fldoe.org

Database Workshop

June 2008

fte f ull t ime e quivalent student 180 day term required by section 1011 60 2 f s
FTE(Full Time Equivalent Student)180 day term required by Section 1011.60(2), F.S.

• 720 Hours of Instructional Time for Prekindergarten through Grade 3 Students (180 days x 4 hours per day)

• 900 Hours of Instructional Time for Grades 4 through 12 Students (180 days x 5 hours per day)

• A student may not earn more than one FTE and only the class time in the regular 180 day session may be counted for FTE funding purposes. (Exception: DJJ and Florida Virtual School.)

slide3

FTE SURVEYS

Four FTE Survey Periods per year:

- Survey Period 1 (July) covers from the beginning of

the fiscal year (July 1) to the beginning of the defined

180 day school year;

-Survey Period 2 (October) covers the first 90

days of the 180 day school year;

- Survey Period 3 (February) covers the second 90

days of the 180 day school year;

- Survey Period 4 (June) covers the period from the end

of the 180 day school program to the end of the fiscal

year (June 30).

In surveys 1 & 4, only DJJ Schools and Florida Virtual School are counted for FTE funding.

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FTE SURVEYS

  • Department of Education sets the survey week for each of the four surveys.
  • Date Certain is always the Friday of survey week.
  • FTE eligibility determined by:
  • - Verifying membership during survey week.
  • - Verifying one day of attendance during
  • survey week or one day during previous six
  • scheduled school days.
  • • FTE calculation based on student course schedule.
slide5

PCF

WFTE

Florida Education Finance ProgramThe purpose is to provide funding for the operational expenses of schools.

FTE

FullTime Equivalent Students

X

Program Cost Factors

=

Weighted Full Time Equivalent Students

slide6

Weighted Full Time Equivalent Students

Base Student Allocation

BSA

DCD

BASE FUNDING

WFTE

X

X

District Cost Differential

=

fefp components
FEFPComponents

Base Funding

+ Declining Enrollment

+ Sparsity Supplement

+ .25 Mill Discretionary Equalization

+ .498 Mill Compression

+ Lab School Discretionary Contribution

+ Safe Schools

+ ESE Guaranteed Allocation

+ Supplemental Academic Instruction

+ Reading Allocation and Merit Award Programs

+ DJJ Supplemental Allocation

slide8

2008-09 FEFP Calculation

FTE

Students

2,631,386.02

Program

Weights

Weighted FTE

Students

2,833,615.39

Base Student

Allocation

(BSA)

$3,971.74

District Cost

Differential

(DCD)

Calculation

×

=

×

×

=

Base

Funding

$11,252,437,853

Declining

Enrollment

Allocation

$35,774,001

Sparsity

Supplement

$39,191,698

0.498 Mill

Compression

$130,861,389

.25 Mill

Discretionary

Equalization

$6,703,215

+

+

+

+

+

Lab School

Discretionary

Contribution

$5,509,528

Safe Schools

$73,587,827

ESE

Guaranteed

Allocation

$1,079,945,286

Supplemental

Academic

Instruction

$702,182,550

Reading

Allocation

$111,511,321

+

+

+

+

+

Net State

FEFP

$5,213,413,678

Merit

Award

Program

$32,072,461

DJJ

Supplemental

Allocation

$11,112,916

Gross State and

Local FEFP

$13,480,890,045

Required Local

Effort

(5.032)

$8,267,476,367

+

+

=

=

Discretionary

Lottery Funds

$107,428,356

School

Recognition

Program

$109,977,820

Major

Categorical

Programs

$3,576,466,185

+

+

=

Total State Funding

$9,007,286,039

ese guaranteed allocation
ESE Guaranteed Allocation
  • Exceptional education services for students whose level of service is less than Programs 254 and 255 (support Levels 4 and 5) are funded through the ESE Guaranteed Allocation.
slide10

The students generate FTE funding using the appropriate Basic Program weight for their grade level. The allocation provides for the additional services needed.

The allocation does not get recalculated during the year.

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Major Categoricals

Student Transportation471,078,862

Instructional Materials259,551,440

Florida Teachers Lead Program 36,756,829

Class Size Reduction 2,809,079,054

Total $3,576,466,185

fefp calculations
FEFP CALCULATIONS
  • FEFP is recalculated 5 times each year.
  • 1st - May, created by the Legislature using projected FTE for all surveys. Used to establish WFTE caps.
  • 2nd - July, uses projected FTE from all surveys, has new certified School Taxable Values from Counties.
fefp calculations13
FEFP CALCULATIONS
  • 3rd - December, first calculation of year to include actual FTE. Uses actual FTE for October, projected for February.
  • 4th - April, uses actual FTE, October and February.
  • 5th or Final - October of following year.
  • Includes FTE amendments & audits.