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Mission The Prince George’s County Board of Education will advance the achievement of its diverse student body through community engagement, sound policy governance, accountability, and fiscal responsibility. Vision

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Mission

Mission

The Prince George’s County Board of Education will advance the achievement of its diverse student body through community engagement, sound policy governance, accountability, and fiscal responsibility.

Vision

100-percent of Prince George’s County Public School graduates will be college and/or career ready.


Pgcps goals
PGCPS Goals

High expectations drive the BOE, Central Offices, Schools and Classrooms.

All students are 21st Century Graduates

1

HIGH STUDENT

ACHIEVEMENT

Actively develop and support effective instructional leaders and teams

Establish a safe and supportive school climate

Engage parents and community members to provide meaningful input and support

Innovate, maximize resources, streamline central office supports


Paradigm shift
Paradigm Shift

  • The most important interaction is between the teacher and the learner. Teaching improves through reflection with colleagues around practice. Effective teachers are paramount.

    • Principals are the guiding force for setting the expectations and culture of a school. Rigor and high expectations are attainable through the alignment of curriculum, assessments, and practice.

      • Schools are the unit of change. Decision-making authority must be placed closer to schools in a way that is consistent with efficient and effective operations. School leaders cannot be held accountable for student achievement if they do not have significant control over their work.

        • Central office must shift to better support schools. Schools operating with greater control need coordinated, timely and differentiated support.

Prince George’s County Public Schools


Vision for school control and central support
Vision for School Control and Central Support

Over time, schools will expand control over…

Staffing

Instruction

Scheduling

2011-12

Budgeting

Vision: Expand autonomy for all schools. Targeted guidance and support from the central office will be differentiated by school performance, capacity and need.

Prince George’s County Public Schools


How is a school currently funded
How is a school currently funded?

Today schools are allocated positions and dollars:

  • Administrative staff and supporting personnel

  • Classroom teachers

  • ESOL teachers

  • School operating funds (SOR)

  • Administrative allotment

  • Other teachers (Art, PE, etc.)

  • Specialty Programs

  • Special Education

  • Food services, maintenance, cleaners, security, health

  • Title I

  • Grants

  • Utilities

Prince George’s County Public Schools


Pgcps resources
PGCPS Resources

  • FY 2011 = $1.63 B operating budget

    • $1.04 B = School Operating Resources

      • $963 M = salaries, wages and benefits

      • $14.8 M = supplies and materials

        64% of operating budget is budgeted to schools

        Out of that, 92% of SOR is personnel


Current school resource control
Current School Resource Control

Schools today make decisions on roughly 2% of their overall budget.

Source: FY 2011 Budget


Focusing on a solution
Focusing on a Solution

In the fall of 2010, we began researching and developing a system to address the specific needs of PGCPS.

  • Increase Equity:Reduce the variation in per pupil funding by school. Equitably fund each student at each school based on his or her educational needs.

  • Empower and Serve Schools: Balance school-level accountability for results with increased scope and flexibility around budgetary and operational decisions. Centraloffice should support schools to meet their needs through timely and high quality service.

  • Support System Priorities:Use data to fairly and effectively allocate resources to students based on need using a deliberate and thorough process. Fund and support systemic priorities in a way that puts student needs first.


School resource control under sbb
School Resource Control Under SBB

“Unlocking” resources for schools to budget shifts the point of control.

School Resources

FY 2011

Prince George’s County Public Schools


Student based budgeting
Student Based Budgeting

  • Student Based Budgeting (SBB) distributes funding to schools based on students’ needs and characteristics. SBB differs substantially from traditional budgeting models that primarily allocate resources to schools as FTEs.

  • School-based leadership teams can engage community stakeholders to develop and tailor their budgets to support their school improvement strategy.

  • SBB lays a sound foundation for improvement, but it is not a panacea.

    • Forces examination of current funding levels and standards

    • Requires thoughtful planning for resource allocation and flexibility

    • Creates the ability to enable equitable allocation, strategic resource use, and school empowerment


Why sbb
Why SBB?

Student Based Budgeting (SBB) distributes funding to schools based on students’ needs and characteristics. SBB differs substantially from traditional budgeting models that primarily allocate resources to schools as FTEs.

SBB will enable schools with:

  • More scheduling flexibility within the systems guidelines

  • Staffing plans to meet their vision

  • Differentiated instruction

  • Content experts matched to student needs

    SBB will improve the budget process

  • Fund schools more equitably based on student characteristics

  • Give principals more budgeting flexibility

  • Provide schools with support and training

Prince George’s County Public Schools


Sbb process
SBB Process

Schools and central offices will work closely to build school budgets.

Pupil Accounting

SBB Team

Budget

Schools

Area Office

Academics

Budget

HR

LEAD

Academics

SBB Team

Academics

Area Office

SBB Team

Budget

SBB Team

Budget

SBB Team

SUPPORT

Prince George’s County Public Schools


How is a school funded under sbb
How is a school funded under SBB?

Starting in 2012-13, schools will start making more choices

But instead of staffing allocations, each school will use SBB funds to purchase its blend of:

  • Administrative staff

  • Supporting personnel

  • Classroom teachers

  • ESOL teachers

  • Discretionary funds

    • Materials and supplies

    • School-based professional development

    • Administrative allotment

Schools will still receive certain staff and funds from central office as they have in the past, which includes:

  • Other teachers (Art, PE, etc.)

    Elementary – K-8 only

  • Specialty Programs

  • Special Education

  • Title I

  • Grants

  • Food services, maintenance, cleaners, security, health

  • Utilities

Prince George’s County Public Schools


How does sbb work
How does SBB work?

Start with the SBB funds available for all schools

Prince George’s County Public Schools


Sbb fund for all schools
SBB Fund for All Schools

General Operating Fund

$1.6 B

Non-School Based

$500 M

School-Based

$1.1 B

Central office, transportation, maintenance, etc.

Restricted

$150 M

Non-Operating

$35 M

Unrestricted

$915 M

Food services, etc.

Title I, GEARUP, JROTC, etc.

Locked

$497 M

Unlocked

$418 M

Specialty programs, SPED, etc.

SBB Fund

Prince George’s County Public Schools


How does sbb work1
How does SBB work?

Start with the SBB funds available for all schools

Project Student Enrollments for each school

Prince George’s County Public Schools


Student enrollment projections
Student enrollment projections

SBB allocations will be based on enrollment projections throughout the year:

  • FY 13 projected enrollment in June 2011

  • Updated projections in January 2012 based on September 30, 2011 actual enrollment

  • Charter Schools & Boundary Changes will be monitored throughout the year and communicated to impacted schools

  • Updated projections in April 2012 based on Prince George’s County Parks and Planning information

Prince George’s County Public Schools


How does sbb work2
How does SBB work?

Start with the SBB funds available for all schools

Project Student Enrollments for each school

Apply SBB Formula

Base Weights

Grade Level

Poverty

ELL

Performance

Prince George’s County Public Schools


How does sbb work3
How does SBB work?

Start with the SBB funds available for all schools

Project Student Enrollments for each school

Apply SBB Formula

Base Weights

Grade Level

Poverty

ELL

Performance

Allocate School Budgets

……

School 1

School 2

School 3

School 4

School 182

Prince George’s County Public Schools


Schools budgets will include three types of resources
Schools budgets will include three types of resources

  • “Unlocked”

    • Positions and resources that are purchased using SBB funds

    • Schools determine the composition and mix

  • “Locked”

    • Positions and resources that are funded and staffed by the central office

    • Specialty programs, Special Education, pupil services, food services, security, custodial, etc.

  • “Locked +”

    • Positions and resources that are funded and staffed by the central office

    • Schools may supplement existing allocation using SBB funds

    • Lock+ positions include: Athletic director, AVID teachers, Custodians, Media Specialists, School Registrars and Security Assistants

Prince George’s County Public Schools


Approved fy13 unlocked positions
Approved FY13 Unlocked Positions

Full list of locked and unlocked positions are available as a handout.

Prince George’s County Public Schools


Connecting budgets to instruction
Connecting Budgets to Instruction

Budgeting

Academic Vision

It is important to link your school’s budget to your academic vision.

Throughout the year, schools will receive resources and guidelines on:

Master scheduling flexibilities and best practices (~ December)

COMAR regulations and PGCPS recommended practices

Prince George’s County Public Schools


Questions
Questions

?

Prince George’s County Public Schools