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$21.0 b

$20.4b

$18.7b

$17.3b

$15.9b

10.5

$14.7b

10.5

$13.9b

$12.9b

9.5

8.6

7.6

City

7.0

State

6.2

5.9

Federal

8.7

8.1

7.2

6.7

6.2

5.8

5.9

5.7

1.9

1.9

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.7

1.4

FY2002

FY2003

FY2004

FY2005

FY2006

FY2007

FY2008*

FY2009*

The financial foundation for our schools is much stronger today than it was when Mayor Bloomberg took control
  • Over $8 billion increase in funding
  • Principals control their schools’ budgets
  • Fair student funding

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.

increases have been directed to schools
Increases have been directed to schools
  • Principals’ spending power climbed with a $4.5 billion increase in school-controlled funds
  • Direct services to schools (e.g., food, transportation) are up more than $2.4 billion
  • Redirected over $350 million from the bureaucracy to the schools

+ 64%

* 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

the deteriorating economy requires significant reductions across all government agencies
The deteriorating economy requires significant reductions across all government agencies

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.

  • For the DOE, these percentage cuts translate into budget reductions of:
    • $180 million for FY09*
    • $385 million for FY10*

*Adjusted from $185 million and $395 million. Budgets as of October 2008

we have followed key principles in allocating funding cuts over the last 9 months
We have followed key principles in allocating funding cuts over the last 9 months
  • Prioritize those programs and functions that have the highest
  • impact on promoting student achievement aligned with the
  • principles of Children First
  • Minimize the dollars taken out of school budgets
  • No layoffs at the school level for FY08 and FY09
  • Further streamline central departments and field organizations with
  • minimal impact on schools
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We will continue to minimize reductions to school budgets while cutting central and field budgets disproportionately
  • Midyear cut in FY08:
  • 2% from Central and Field and 1% from school budgets
  • FY09 budget reduction:
  • Total $200 million taken outside of school budgets
  • Midyear cut in FY09:
  • 6% from Central and Field and 1% from school budgets
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Over the three budget cuts, Central and Field have taken cuts equal to more than double their share of budgeted $

  • Central and Field budgets represent 8% of the dollars
  • available for reduction but have taken 16% of the cuts
  • School budgets represent 66% of the dollars available for
  • reduction but have taken 36% of the cuts
estimated breakdown of doe s budget fy09 post peg
Estimated Breakdown of DOE’s Budget – FY09 Post PEG

20.8

13.1

2.9

1.4

1.2

1.0

0.5

0.4

0.3

School

Support

Services

  • Food
  • Facilities
  • Transport
  • Safety

Debt Service

  • Interest on bonds for capital projects

“Pass-Throughs”

  • Contract Schools
  • Special Ed / Pre-K

School Budgets

  • Teacher Salaries
  • School staff
  • School Supplies

& Materials

DOE Budget

Field

Admin

  • ISC
  • SSO
  • CSE

Central Admin

  • Tweed

(Payroll, HR, Legal Services, etc)

Restricted

School

Programs

  • Multiple Pathways
  • Learning to Work
  • Core Curriculum
  • Supplemental Education Services (NCLB)

School Programs

  • Nursing
  • PSAL

Fringe & Pension included in all categories except debt service

FY09 Figures based on FY10 November Plan. Pension & Debt Service as of FY09 Adopted Budget

flexibility significantly limited in making reductions
Flexibility significantly limited in making reductions

Over 70% of the funds available

for reduction are in pedagogical

compensation.

  • Categorical and other reimbursable funds (including those that make up most of Transportation and Food) are not available for reductions.
summary fy09 preliminary fy10 budget cuts
Summary - FY09 & Preliminary FY10 Budget Cuts

FY09

FY10

Buckets

1

Central and Field

$ 40,353,058

6.55%

$ 53,005,110

8.65%

2

Indirect Impact to Schools

26,885,427

1.18%

46,479,327

1.91%

3

Direct Impact to Schools

103,644,164

1.32%

269,861,667

3.45%

1,869,159

4

D75 (tax levy only)

0.26%

3,738,318

0.53%

5

Other: Fringe

7,510,846

12,268,156

$ 180,262,654

$ 385,352,578

Note that these cuts do not include the proposed state reductions.

Preliminary – under consideration

Cut % Bucket $

Cut % Bucket $

  • Bucket 1: Central (such as Legal, T&L, HR, Accountability, and Finance) and field
  • (including ISCs & SSOs)
  • Bucket 2: Facilities, transportation, food, indirect school support (such as PSAL,
  • suspension centers)
  • Bucket 3: School budgets
  • Bucket 4: D75 school budgets (excludes D75 administrative budget)
  • Bucket 5: Other – fringe for FY09 and FY10
  • Bucket 1 includes $22mm budget for ELA/Math scoring
  • FY10 figures are not adjusted for FY09 reductions
  • FY10 school funding is assumed at FY09 levels
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Bucket 1: $40 million* for a 6% cut to Central and Field

Includes reduction of 338 positions for 8% of Central and Field

positions through a further rationalization of these operations.*

  • Revise scoring of state assessments in Math and ELA, grades 3-8
  • Reduce and/or combine publications in OSEPO
  • Reduce meeting/conference expenses
  • Cancel mid year teaching fellows program, reduce size of next cohort of teaching fellows
  • Eliminate citywide science assessments
  • Defer OTPS spending for the Office of School & Youth Development
  • Hold ARIS training in DOE facilities only
  • Reduce training in DIIT
  • Reduce consulting expenses for ECLAS2 assessment program
  • Reduce HS enrollment tool costs

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.

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Bucket 2: $27 million cuts with an indirect impact on schools

  • Reduce facilities work – will monitor cleanliness and make necessary repairs
    • Reduction in custodial services
    • Reduction in maintenance and repair contracts and related materials
    • Elimination of 137 positions in the trades workforce and management
  • Delay initial trial of GPS implementation (transportation)
  • Eliminate school bonuses for AS and WD on the progress reports
  • Reduce family worker positions (not required) for Pre Kindergarten as revise
  • support and technical assistance for PK in public schools
  • Mandate that schools with ATRs use them as substitutes rather than hiring an
  • external substitute teacher
  • For FY10, estimating cutting less than half of a percentage point from the
  • transportation budget

*Fringe savings not included here

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Bucket 3: Reduce school funds by $104 million for a 1.3% reduction in FY09

  • Schools were notified of targets on November 10th
  • Schools have through Nov 21st to work with ISC/CFN/SSO to identify
  • specific targets
  • Guidelines on reductions were provided to schools
  • An estimated cut for FY10 was provided to help schools consider impact
  • on and from FY10
  • No school layoffs

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.

bucket 3 how schools budget their tax levy funding
Bucket 3: How Schools Budget Their Tax Levy Funding

Includes Total Budget for Fiscal Year 2009

School Support Organization $54M (0.7%)

Set Asides, Unscheduled & Other $183M (2.2%)

Support Staff

$313M (3.8%)

  • School Aides
  • Family Workers
  • SAPIS

OTPS $389M (4.8%)

  • Teachers
  • $4.7 billion (57.1%)
  • Classroom Teacher
  • Homeroom Teacher
  • Cluster/Quota Teacher
  • High School Dept.
  • Teachers
  • $4.7 billion (57.1%)
  • Classroom Teacher
  • Homeroom Teacher
  • Cluster/Quota Teacher
  • High School Dept.

Other Personnel Costs

$482M (5.9%)

  • Per Diem
  • Per Session
  • Prof/Curriculum Develop.

Leadership & Supervision

$793M (9.7%)

  • Leadership
  • Secretary
  • Supervisor/Dean/Coordinator

Special Needs

$1.3 Billion (15.8%)

  • Guidance/Social Workers
  • Paraprofessionals
  • SBST
  • Related Services

Data: Galaxy Data as of October 14, 2008

bucket 3 how money gets distributed to schools
Bucket 3: How Money Gets Distributed to Schools

In total, schools have more than $9 billion of funding, excluding fringe and pension.

  • Fair Student Funding ($5.6B)
  • Foundation (Fixed $225K for all schools)
  • Grade Weights
  • Student-Needs Weights – ELL, Special Ed, Academic Intervention
  • Portfolio Weights (for high schools) – Audition, CTE, Transfer, Selective Schools
  • Fair Student Funding Hold Harmless ($232M)
  • Hold Harmless to schools that have historically received more than their fair share
  • Teacher Legacy Supplement ($89M)
  • Hold harmless for teacher salary increases
  • State and Federal Categorical Allocations ($1.7B)
  • Restricted funding streams (e.g., Title I-VII, IDEA, AIDP)

Programmatic Allocations ($734M)

  • Tax levy–funded programs, such as special education services, Parent Coordinators, summer school, new school start-up funds, & YABC programs

Other City, Legislative, & Private Grants ($18M)

Children First Funds ($232M)

  • Funds given on a per-school ($85K) and per-student basis to ($117) pay for SSOs and other supports
  • Contracts for Excellence Restricted Funds ($179M)
  • Withheld Contracts for Excellence Dollars ($63M)

$179M

(2%)

$232M

(3%)

$63M

(0.7%)

$18M

(0.2%)

$734 million

(8%)

$1.7 billion

(19%)

$5.6 billion

(63%)

$89M (1%)

$232M (3%)

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.

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Bucket 4: District 75

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.

  • Tax Levy funds: $727 million
  • Reimbursable funds: $104 million

Bucket 5: Other -Fringe

  • FY 09 cut: $7.5 million
  • FY 10 cut: $12.3 million

D75 figures represent total allocation as of November 2008