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The classroom dollar percentage is the amount spent for dassroom purposes

The classroom dollar percentage is the amount spent for dassroom purposes
divided by the total amount spent for day-to-day operations.

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    Classroom Dollars - District-reported 2008 results Classroom Dollars - District-reported 2008 results Document Transcript

    • Classroom Dollars and Proposition 301 Results Murphy Elementary MOO, ~ School District District SIZe Students attending 2,332 Number of schools 4 Maricopa County Number of certified teachers 134 Classroom Dollars Comparative Information Fiscal year 2008 averages per P4Ji1 District 2006 District 2007 2008 ""'" 2008 Student/leacher ratio 18.8 15.6 16,4 17.3 State Average tea::her salary $41,847 $43 ,647 $43,062 $44 ,967 Average years' expenence 7.6 7.0 6.2 8.1 """"""' $5,213 """""""" $5,01 2 $4,400 $3,333 Classroom dollar ranking 171 of 230 d istricts. T... Proposition 301 $10,225 $7,813 District-reported 2008 results 5-year c:orJ1l8Iison • ,. Teacherpay • On average , each teacher, librarian, speech • 0 ! ~ 11.0 pathologist, and cornselor earned between $5,159 and $5,653 In add illonal salary, wh ich • • " M S1.0 S/.l includes perfOlfTar)OO pay fOf fiscal year 2007 performance. , 0 • M Po""""'""" ! • ~ • The District ~ ished its goals, which were the same as the ~ fiscal year's goals and • • 0 Dist rict Statt Nat io nat were based on school and individual performance. D 200. D 200 S . 2006 . 2001 . 2008 • 2 of the District's 4 sctOOs were labeled "Performing " by ADE for AZ LEARNS • SctOOs receMld posrtrve ratings on paroot sallsfactlOfl surveys. """""- • Most tea::hefs partICipated In 4 paroot activity Dislrict State Nali::InaI 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2008 2006 """" Moo" Classroom dollars 54 ,4 55.7 56,4 51 .8 51.0 57 .3 6LO • Monies were pnmarily used to increase eligible NoncIassroom dollars: employee compeflsation Mninistration 16.1 14.2 13.6 14.1 14,4 92 10_ 8 • Teachers partiCipated in alief-school AJ MS Plant opefations 10.8 11 .8 11 .1 11 .5 11 .8 11 .3 9.9 intervention tutoring and SllTlmef school Food~ 7.1 68 6.9 62 7.0 48 3.8 instruction Transportation 1.8 17 1.6 19 1.9 44 4.2 Student support 6.1 58 5.7 80 7.9 74 5.2 Insuuction s~ 3.7 39 4.7 65 6.0 54 4.9 0"'" o1 02 0.2
    • Appendix C Definition of the classroom dollar percentage The classroom doHar percentage is the amount spent tor dassroom purposes divided by the lotaJ amount spent tor day-to-day operations. or lotaJ available operati ng daHars. The calculation excludes monies spent tor debt repayment ; capital outlay, such as purchasing land, build ings, and equipment; ald programs outside the scope o f K-12 education. such as adult education and community services. Total available operating dollars indude classroom and nonclassroom expenses as sIlaMl below": Classroom dollars • Oassroom personneI-Teachers, teachers' aides, substitute teachers, graders, and guest lecturers • General instructional st.Wies-Paper. pencils. crayons, etc. • Inslruc:tional aids-Textbooks, workbooks, software, fi lms, etc . • Activitie~ield trips. athletics. ald co-curricular activities such as choir and baod • Tuition--Paid 10 out-of-state and private institutions