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FY2009*The financial foundation for our schools is much stronger today than it was when Mayor Bloomberg took control
This chart does not include increases in other categorical funds, which account for an additional $0.05 billion. FY08 and FY09 are as of the FY09 Executive Budget. Funds include pension and debt service. Figures in bars are rounded.
* Direct services to schools includes support services (transportation, food, facilities), restricted/non-restricted school programs and school admin (SSO, ISC)
**School-controlled funds include teacher salaries, materials, programs for students, school support staff, pension, fringe
In order to close the growing and substantial deficits in the City’s budget this fall, the Mayor has required all City agencies to reduce their budgets for FY09 and FY10 by 2.5% and 5.0%, respectively.
*Adjusted from $185 million and $395 million. Budgets as of October 2008
Over the three budget cuts, Central and Field have taken cuts equal to more than double their share of budgeted $
(Payroll, HR, Legal Services, etc)
Fringe & Pension included in all categories except debt service
FY09 Figures based on FY10 November Plan. Pension & Debt Service as of FY09 Adopted Budget
Over 70% of the funds available
for reduction are in pedagogical
Central and Field
Indirect Impact to Schools
Direct Impact to Schools
D75 (tax levy only)
Note that these cuts do not include the proposed state reductions.
Preliminary – under consideration
Cut % Bucket $
Cut % Bucket $
Includes reduction of 338 positions for 8% of Central and Field
positions through a further rationalization of these operations.*
Central and Field operating budgets include costs for payroll, computer network operations, teacher recruiting, principal training, human resources, data management, state assessment administration and scoring, periodic assessments, progress reports, ISCs, SSOs.
*Fringe savings not included here.
*Fringe savings not included here
Bucket 3: Reduce school funds by $104 million for a 1.3% reduction in FY09
Bucket includes all funds in schools budgets plus funds for school telephones, copiers, and suspension centers where utilization is controlled by principals but the funds reside outside of school budgets.
Includes Total Budget for Fiscal Year 2009
School Support Organization $54M (0.7%)
Set Asides, Unscheduled & Other $183M (2.2%)
OTPS $389M (4.8%)
Other Personnel Costs
Leadership & Supervision
$1.3 Billion (15.8%)
Data: Galaxy Data as of October 14, 2008
In total, schools have more than $9 billion of funding, excluding fringe and pension.
Programmatic Allocations ($734M)
Other City, Legislative, & Private Grants ($18M)
Children First Funds ($232M)
NOTE: This chart does not include pension or fringe. It also excludes some related services and other allocations. Total school-controlled funds is $13 billion. The numbers in this chart are preliminary and will change as all funding streams are finalized.
District 75 schools were exempt from the last 2 round of cuts but this year will take under a $2 million cut for 0.26% reduction to their tax levy funding in FY09.
Bucket 5: Other -Fringe
D75 figures represent total allocation as of November 2008