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Budgets…… Smoke and Mirrors Demystified. Presented by: Dr. Lyla Eddington Susan Coleman. Sources of Funding for Community Colleges. State Federal Other Sources. State Funding. General Fund Apprenticeship Nursing Growth Economic & Workforce Development Quick Start. General Fund.

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Budgets smoke and mirrors demystified

Budgets……Smoke and Mirrors Demystified

Presented by:

Dr. Lyla Eddington

Susan Coleman


Sources of funding for community colleges
Sources of Fundingfor Community Colleges

  • State

  • Federal

  • Other Sources


State funding
State Funding

  • General Fund

  • Apprenticeship

  • Nursing Growth

  • Economic & Workforce Development

  • Quick Start


General fund
General Fund

  • Title V Regulations

    • Basic Skills

    • Transfer Courses

    • Vocational Education Courses

  • Credit vs. non-credit funds

  • Cap and growth funds


Apprenticeship
Apprenticeship

  • 26 Apprenticeship RSI districts $12M;

    • 160 apprenticeship programs

    • 66 trades/crafts titles located on 39 campuses

    • 39 Campuses


Economic and workforce development funds
Economic and Workforce Development Funds

  • Regional Centers

  • Statewide Network Leadership/Coordination Support Services

  • Industry-driven Regional Collaborative (IDRC)

  • Job Incentive Training Funds (JDIF)

  • Nursing Enrollment


Federal funding
Federal Funding

  • Perkins or “VTEA” (Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of 1998 )

    • Local Grant (1-c) $52M

    • Tech Prep (II-a) $10M

    • State Leadership (1-b) $6M

  • Workforce Investment Act


How funds allocated
How Funds Allocated?

  • Perkins

    • State allocation based on formula

    • CDE/COCCC split based on “voc ed” headcount

    • Locally

      • 1C based on economic disadvantaged student headcount

      • Tech Prep by formula ($$$ per college in consortium)

      • State Leadership – competitive


VTEA I-C Funding is for…………….

Program Improvement by TOP code for vocational programs and/or across all vocational programs


Requirements for vtea title 1c expenditures
Requirements forVTEA Title 1C Expenditures

  • Strengthen academic, vocations and technical skills of students

  • Provide students with strong experience and understanding of all aspects of the industry

  • Develop and expand use of technology

  • Professional development

  • Evaluate programs with emphasis in special populations

  • Initiate, improve, expand and modernize quality programs

  • Be of sufficient, size, scope and quality

  • Link Secondary and postsecondary programs


Permissive uses of vtea title 1c funds
Permissive Uses ofVTEA Title 1C Funds

  • Involve parents, business and labor in planning & operation

  • Career guidance & academic counseling

  • Work-related experience

  • Programs for special populations

  • Education & business partnerships

  • Vocational student organizations

  • Mentoring & support services


Permissive uses continued
Permissive UsesContinued…

  • Upgrading equipment

  • Teacher preparation programs

  • Improving and developing new vocational courses and programs

  • Family and consumer sciences

  • Adult vocational programs

  • Job placement programs

  • Non-traditional training & employment

  • Support other vocational programs


Carl perkins vtea 1b leadership funds
Carl Perkins VTEA 1B Leadership Funds

  • Discipline Advisory Committees

  • 7 Regional Consortia

  • Career Development Collaborative

  • Work-based Learning Collaborative

  • Research and Accountability

  • Special Populations


Other sources of funding
Other Sources of Funding

  • WIA

  • TRIO Program

    • Upward Bound

    • SSS

    • Talent Search

  • Gear-Up

  • FIPSE

  • NSF


Local perspective for funding allocation
Local Perspective for Funding Allocation

  • Shared governance model

    • Competitive

    • Prioritized by faculty

    • Advisory committee input

    • Academic senate participation

    • Planning and budget committee

    • District plan is submitted to CCCO for approval(VTEA I-C)


Lessons learned
“Lessons Learned”

  • Collaboration

  • Academic Integration

  • Regionalization and regional structures

  • Value of Work-based learning and Career Development



Re authorization or re invention of federal programs
Re-authorization or Re-invention of Federal Programs?

  • Perkins

    • House Version

    • Senate Version

    • Accountability

    • The California State Plan

  • WIA

    • New focus on re-training

    • $$$ reduced

    • Collaborative Activity



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