Nesdec Final Data 4 3 09 Dup

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NESDEC final data presentation to Franklin County Public Education Study Group- April 3, 2009

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Nesdec Final Data 4 3 09 Dup

  1. 2. Franklin County FY 2007 Financial Analysis Compilation of Total Cost for F C Public Schools Except Franklin County Vocational Tech
  2. 3. Franklin County – Summary of Total School Expenditures <ul><li>General Fund Appropriations $113,433,988 </li></ul><ul><li>Grants, Revolving & Other $ 19,954,219 </li></ul><ul><li>Total All Funds $133,388,207 </li></ul>
  3. 4. Total Expenditures by Function 3.17% $4,229,616 $2,001,263 $2,228,353 Instructional Materials & Tech 1.13% $1,508,840 $770,407 $738,433 Professional Development 8.03% $10,717,615 $1,743,758 $8,973,857 Other Teaching Services 30.74% $41,008,230 $5,598,752 $35,409,478 Classroom Teachers/Specialists 6.26% $8,350,091 $1,304,205 $7,045,886 Instructional Leadership 3.62% $4,823,410 $130,575 $4,692,835 Administration Function as % of Total Total All Funds Grants & Revolving Appropriations
  4. 5. Total Expenditures Continued 100.00% $133,388,207 $19,954,219 $113,433,988 TOTAL 12.26% $16,349,872 $2,004,725 $14,345,147 Out-of-District 16.02% $21,366,692 $1,104,741 $20,261,951 Insurance / Retirement 7.23% $9,761,497 $79,996 $9,681,501 Operations & Maintenance 9.24% $12,329,423 $5,023,309 $7,306,114 Pupil Services 2.21% $2,942,921 $192,488 $2,750,433 Guidance / Testing Function as % of Total Total All Funds Grants & Revolving Appropriations
  5. 6. Analysis of Per Pupil Cost #1 ($839) $11,858 $12,697 TOTAL 6179 $19,341 $13,162 Out-of-District ($378) $1,928 $2,307 Insurance / Retirement ($40) $1,014 $1,054 Operations & Maintenance ($250) $1,080 $1,331 Pupil Services $10 $328 $318 Guidance / Testing ($101) $356 $457 Instructional Materials & Tech $60 $222 $163 Professional Development ($338) $819 $1,157 Other Teaching Services $87 $4,514 $4,427 Classroom Teachers/Specialists ($131) $770 $901 Instructional Leadership ($119) $401 $521 Administration (Over) Under State State Average PPC FC PPC
  6. 7. Analysis of Per Pupil Cost #2a $24,025,626 $6,179 Out-of-District $41,812,567 $87 Classroom Teachers/Specialists $2,060,758 $60 Professional Development $3,038,891 $10 Guidance / Testing $9,395,320 ($40) Operations & Maintenance $3,296,416 ($101) Instructional Materials & Tech $3,717,535 ($119) Administration $7,133,636 ($131) Instructional Leadership $8,955,924 $2,320,397 $10,009,026 ($250) Pupil Services $6,635,527 $3,132,105 $7,585,510 ($338) Other Teaching Services $3,503,,422 $3,503,422 $17,863,270 ($378) Insurance / Retirement Cumulative Potential Savings Potential Savings / (Increase) FC Costs at State Averages (Over) Under State PPC
  7. 8. Analysis of Per Pupil Cost #2b $24,025,626 $6,179 Out-of-District $41,812,567 $87 Classroom Teachers/Specialists $2,060,758 $60 Professional Development $3,038,891 $10 Guidance / Testing $12,577,630 $366,177 $9,395,320 ($40) Operations & Maintenance $12,211,453 $933,200 $3,296,416 ($101) Instructional Materials & Tech $11,278,253 $1,105,875 $3,717,535 ($119) Administration $10,172,379 $1,216,455 $7,133,636 ($131) Instructional Leadership $8,955,924 $2,320,397 $10,009,026 ($250) Pupil Services $6,635,527 $3,132,105 $7,585,510 ($338) Other Teaching Services $3,503,,422 $3,503,422 $17,863,270 ($378) Insurance / Retirement Cumulative Potential Savings Potential Savings / (Increase) FC Costs at State Averages (Over) Under State PPC
  8. 9. Analysis of Per Pupil Cost #2c INVESTMENT REQUIRED $11,125,405 Total Potential Savings $11,125,405 ($804,337) $41,812,567 $87 Classroom Teachers/Specialists $11,929,742 ($551,918) $2,060,758 $60 Professional Development $12,481,660 ($95,970) $3,038,891 $10 Guidance / Testing $12,577,630 $366,177 $9,395,320 ($40) Operations & Maintenance $12,211,453 $933,200 $3,296,416 ($101) Instructional Materials & Tech $11,278,253 $1,105,875 $3,717,535 ($119) Administration $10,172,379 $1,216,455 $7,133,636 ($131) Instructional Leadership $8,955,924 $2,320,397 $10,009,026 ($250) Pupil Services $6,635,527 $3,132,105 $7,585,510 ($338) Other Teaching Services $3,503,,422 $3,503,422 $17,863,270 ($378) Insurance / Retirement Cumulative Potential Savings Potential Savings / (Increase) FC Costs at State Averages (Over) Under State PPC
  9. 10. Analysis of Per Pupil Cost #2d INVESTMENT REQUIRED $11,125,405 Total Potential Savings $11,125,405 0 $24,025,626 $6,179 Out-of-District (Should Maintain) $11,125,405 ($804,337) $41,812,567 $87 Classroom Teachers/Specialists $11,929,742 ($551,918) $2,060,758 $60 Professional Development $12,481,660 ($95,970) $3,038,891 $10 Guidance / Testing $12,577,630 $366,177 $9,395,320 ($40) Operations & Maintenance $12,211,453 $933,200 $3,296,416 ($101) Instructional Materials & Tech $11,278,253 $1,105,875 $3,717,535 ($119) Administration $10,172,379 $1,216,455 $7,133,636 ($131) Instructional Leadership $8,955,924 $2,320,397 $10,009,026 ($250) Pupil Services $6,635,527 $3,132,105 $7,585,510 ($338) Other Teaching Services $3,503,,422 $3,503,422 $17,863,270 ($378) Insurance / Retirement Cumulative Potential Savings Potential Savings / (Increase) FC Costs at State Averages (Over) Under State PPC
  10. 11. Insurance, Retirement & Other
  11. 12. Major Components of Other Teaching Services
  12. 13. Pupil Services
  13. 14. Major Components of Instructional Leadership
  14. 15. Major Components of Administration Cost
  15. 16. Major Components – Instructional Materials, Equipment & Technology
  16. 17. Operations & Maintenance
  17. 18. Another Look at Administrative Overhead
  18. 19. Impact of Restructuring on Administrative Overhead
  19. 20. Summary of Findings <ul><li>$11 to $12 Million of potential cost savings have been identified above </li></ul><ul><li>To achieve a significant portion of these savings, a restructuring or reorganizing of the educational delivery system likely will be required </li></ul><ul><li>Likewise, the analysis has shown that there are major areas where investments can /should be made </li></ul><ul><li>These areas of investment are primarily in the direct academic and student support areas, not in overhead areas </li></ul><ul><li>Available savings could provide the funding needed to restructure organizationally, and to increase funding in under-funded areas needing new/improved efficiencies, effectiveness and programs for the delivery of academic and support services </li></ul>
  20. 21. Summary of Findings (continued) <ul><li>It should be beneficial to include Franklin County Voc Tech in any reorganization or revised delivery system </li></ul><ul><li>Both opportunities for increased academic programming and cost savings should be possible by including FC Voc Tech </li></ul><ul><li>All reorganization options should be further evaluated and potential cost savings identified and incorporated in future planning initiatives </li></ul><ul><li>The potential for the savings tends to vary, depending upon the approaches adopted for reorganization, collaboration or organizational consolidation </li></ul><ul><li>The potential cost savings (as presented) could be greater because of the difference in economic factors between the state average PPC and those of Franklin County </li></ul>
  21. 22. Overall Summary of Findings <ul><li>This analysis indicates that available savings could provide the funding needed to restructure organizationally and to increase funding in under-funded areas, to improved efficiencies, effectiveness and programs for the delivery of academic and support services in Franklin County </li></ul><ul><li>This analysis using 2007 as a benchmark should be used for measuring progress going forward </li></ul>
  22. 23. The End Thank You for Allowing Us to Assist You in our Planning for the Future

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