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  • This is all means of financing, not only general funds (unlike the previous slides which only had general funds). General fund labor cost reduction totals $117.4 Million.
  • Debt Service is $194,793,118, or $1,126 cost per student.

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  • DOE Budget $1.7 Billion Weighted Student Formula (WSF) 36% Federal Funds 15% Other Programs 6% Special Education (SPED) 12% Other SPED & Student Support Programs 11% Other Centrally Expended 6% Facilities (Repairs & Maintenance) 3% Utilities 3% Student Transportation 3% Food Services 5% Assumes $104 Million labor cost reduction is allocated to all programs
  • DOE Budget $1.7 Billion Weighted Student Formula (WSF) $629.7 Million Federal Funds $252.6 Million Other Programs $107.0 Million Special Education (SPED) $204.1 Million Other SPED & Student Support Programs $191.1 Million Other Centrally Expended $96.8 Million Facilities (Repairs & Maintenance) $47.2 Million Utilities $53.3 Million Student Transportation $48.8 Million Food Services $93.5 Million Assumes $104 Million labor cost reduction is allocated to all programs
  • HSA Results 23 Percentage Points Increase! View slide
  • HSA Results 24 Percentage Points Increase! View slide
  • DOE Centralized Services
      • Electricity bills and other utilities
      • Network infrastructure support/development
      • School food services
      • Student transportation
      • Diagnostic services for SPED services qualification
      • Personnel hiring, recruitment, and recordkeeping
      • Workers compensation
      • Unemployment benefits administration
      • Financial accounting and reporting
      • IT development, implementation, operations
      • Litigation support
        • Autism, school based behavioral health
        • Special education provision and recordkeeping
  • DOE Statewide Responsibilities
      • Strategic Planning
      • Student Achievement Standards Development
      • Budget Preparation and Execution
      • Teacher Certification
      • Hawaii State Assessments
      • Policy Development
      • Internal Audit
      • Compliance with US DOE and State Regulations
      • Federal Reporting Requirements
      • Inter-governmental relationship management
  • DOE Budget $1.7 Billion General Funds $1.3 Billion, 74% Federal Funds Ceilings $370.3 Million, 21% Special Funds, Trust Funds, Interdepartmental Transfers, and Revolving Funds $89.0 Million, 5% Assumes $104 Million labor cost reduction is allocated to all programs Budget Summary by All Means of Financing
  • DOE Budget $1.7 Billion Salaries $1.169 Billion, 68% Non-Salaries $558.6 Million, 32% Assumes $104 Million labor cost reduction is allocated to all programs Budget Summary by Salaries/Non-Salaries No Fringe Benefits are Included. Removed from DOE Budget for FY 2009-10. Total Amount = $450.0 Million, or $2,600 per student
  • Weighted Student Formula The Weighted Student Formula (WSF) promotes equity by allocating funds to schools based on individual students’ educational needs.
    • Weighted Characteristics:
    • Economically Disadvantaged
    • English Language Learners
    • Geographic Isolation
    • School Size/Sliding Scale
    • Multi-track
    • K-2 Class Ratios
    • Transient Students
    • Neighbor Island Students
    $629.7 Million of DOE Budget = 36% With 172,957 students enrolled, approximately $3,641 is averaged per student. Expenditures per student are based on SY 2009-10 Official Enrollment Count
  • Other Programs
    • At Risk Programs
    • Space Education
    • Environmental Education
    • Summer School
    • Driver Education
    • Lost Textbooks
    • School Health Aides
    • A+
    • Athletics (except Directors—now in WSF)
    • JROTC
    • Hawaiian Language Immersion Program
    • Hawaiian Studies
    • Other Instructional Services
    • Learning Centers
    • Student Activities (Student Conference, Student Council, Awards, Student Exchange)
    • Peer Education Program
    $106.9 Million of DOE Budget = 6%
    • Educational Research & Development
    • Trust Funds (Grants, Donations, Athletics, Olelo)
    • Hawaii Content/Performance Standards, Restructuring, Curriculum Improvements
    • Etc…
    ≈ $618 per student Separate funding is allocated to ensure that specific programs are established and supported for broadened education.
  • Federal Funds Title 1 No Child Left Behind Impact Aid Vocational Education Smaller Grants $256.2 Million of DOE Budget = 15% ≈ $1,481 per student
  • Special Education (SPED)
    • Teachers
    • Classroom Supplies
    • Educational Assistants
    SPED Requirements at Schools Centrally Expended for SPED and Student Support Programs
    • Federal Funds
    • Special Olympics
    • School Based Behavioral Health
    • Services for Children with Autism
    • Student Support Services
    • Recruitment and Retention Incentive
    • Edu. Assessment/Prescriptive Services
    • Special Education Database
    • Extended School Year
    • Etc…
    • Comprehensive System of Professional Development
    • Home/Hospital Instruction
    • Early Learning System
    $204.1 Million = 12% of Budget ≈ $1,180 per student $191.1 Million = 11% of Budget ≈ $1,105 per student
  • Special Education (SPED) $395.3 Million (SPED Combined) = 23% of Budget
    • 19,283 special education students enrolled in FY 2009-10
    • 11% of total student enrollment
    ≈ $10,585 per SPED student SPED Requirements at Schools Centrally Expended for SPED and Student Support Programs ≈ $9,913 per SPED student ≈ $20,498 per SPED student
  • Food Services $93.5 Million 5% Student Transportation $48.8 Million 3% Utilities $53.3 Million 3% Facilities (Repairs & Maintenance, School Inspection, State Administration, etc.): $57.2 Million 3% Other Parts of the DOE Budget for Students ≈ $484 per student ≈ $242 per student ≈ $242 per student ≈ $282 per student ≈ $273 per student ≈ $540 per student ≈ $308 per student
  • All Other Centralized Expenses
    • Complex Area Administration
    • Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and Student Support (Teleschool, Adult Education, Federal Funds for Homeless, National Science Foundation, NAEP, Etc.)
    • Office of Human Resources (Teacher Improvement Services, Leadership Development, Etc.)
    • Office of Information Technology
    • Office of the Superintendent (Systems Accountability: Testing, Evaluation, Planning, Etc.)
    • Office of Fiscal Services
    • All Other (Board of Education, HTSB, and Art in Public Places)
    6% of DOE Budget - $96.8 Million In addition to supporting student achievement, the remaining 6% of the DOE Budget supports a combination of the schools, the complex areas, and the state level functions. Many of these impact student education directly and all others affect student education indirectly. 1.1% 1.2% 1.2% 1.2% 0.5% 0.3% 0.2% $111 $115 $122 $118 $ 48 $ 25 $ 21 ≈ $560 per student Per Student 6% Breakdown
  • Summary Expended by Principals for Students 69% ≈ $6,920 per student 36% 33% Centralized Expenses for Students 25% ≈ $2,509 per student Other Centralized Expenses for Schools 6% ≈ $560 per student WSF Categorical, SPED, Federal 94% of Budget Expenditures per student are based on SY 2009-10 Official Enrollment Count
  • Summary Budget Breakdown Per Student Weighted Student Formula 36% $3,641 per student FY 2009-10: 172,957 Students Enrolled 94% of Budget = $9,430 Average Per Student Other Student Funding at Schools 58% $5,789 per student All Other Centralized Expenses at 6% $560 per student Affects Schools, Complex Areas, State Offices, etc. 100% of Budget = $9,989 Average Per Student