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					2010-11 Supplemental Budget Comparison

                                                  State Board of
                                                    Education         Governor                  Senate                  House                FINAL 2010-11
Beginning Appropriated Budget                    $ 7,360,833,223   $ 7,360,833,223          $ 7,360,833,223         $ 7,360,833,223         $ 7,360,833,223
      State Public School Fund(SPSF)
Average Daily Membership Adjustment               (4,845,504)           (4,980,046)    R         (4,980,046)   R         (4,980,046)   R         (4,980,046)   R
Average Salary Adjustment                       (44,950,676)           (44,950,676)    R        (44,950,676)   R        (44,950,676)   R        (44,950,676)   R
Annual Leave                                         707,173
Assistant Principals                                                    (8,908,472)    R         (4,500,000)   R
At Risk                                                                 (7,634,652)    R         (1,200,000)   R
Breakfast Program                                                       (2,017,761)    R
Career & Tech Education - STABILIZATION*                               (54,658,931)    NR       (54,658,931)   NR
Career & Tech Education Program Support                                                                                   4,055,245    R
Central Office                                                          (5,400,000)    R        (10,000,000)   R         (2,400,000)   R         (2,400,000)   R
Child & Family Support Teams                       1,252,183            (2,500,000)    R         (2,500,000)   R         (2,500,000)   R         (2,500,000)   R
Children with Disabilities                                              (6,000,000)    R         (6,000,000)   R         (6,000,000)   R        (12,077,255)   R
Classroom/Instructional Materials                                       (2,685,716)    R         (5,000,000)   R         (3,289,447)   R         (3,289,447)   R
Classroom/Instructional Materials -STABILIZATION*                                                                       (54,658,931)   NR       (54,658,931)   NR
Classroom Teachers - funded from Lottery                               (36,638,646)    R        (36,638,646)   R       (126,638,646)   R       (121,243,793)   R
Contingency Reserve for ADM                                             (2,618,501)    R         (2,618,501)   R         (2,618,501)   R         (2,618,501)   R
DSSF                                                                    (1,975,008)    R         (1,975,008)   R
Discretionary/Flexibility Reduction             152,387,183           (135,000,000)    R
EVAAS                                                                    2,000,000     R          1,000,000    R          1,000,000    R          1,000,000    R
JOBS Commission Schools                                                                             200,000    R            200,000    R            200,000    R
Learn & Earn Early College High Schools                                                            (310,000)   R           (306,200)   R           (306,200)   R
Learn & Earn OnLine                                1,476,752
Instructional Support                                                   (7,167,477)    R         (5,000,000)   R
Limited English Proficiency                        2,000,000                                     (4,000,000)   R         (4,000,000)   R         (4,000,000)   R
Longevity                                          6,508,226
Low Wealth                                                             (10,081,042)    R


Mentors-Teachers & Instructional Support               2,000,000                                 (9,214,190)   NR        (9,214,190)   NR        (9,214,190)   NR
More at Four Program (recurring)                                        (3,240,466)    R        (10,000,000)   R         (6,200,000)   R
More at Four Program (nonrecurring) - TANF**                                                    (16,176,036)   NR       (32,986,721)   NR       (30,559,012)   NR
NBPTS                                                  1,141,055
NC Virtual Public Schools                                               10,994,157     R         (5,574,784)   R                                 (5,574,784)   R
NC Wise (recurring)                                                     (2,000,000)    R         (2,000,000)   R         (2,000,000)   R         (2,000,000)   R
NC Wise (nonrecurring)                                                  (5,000,000)    NR        (5,000,000)   NR       (10,025,000)   NR       (10,025,000)   NR
Noninstructional Support Personnel                                                               (7,100,000)   R
School Buses                                          10,000,000       (11,900,000)    NR       (11,900,000)   NR       (11,900,000)   NR       (11,900,000)   NR
School Connectivity (recurring)                                                                  (1,000,000)   R         (1,000,000)   R         (1,000,000)   R
School Connectivity (nonrecurring)                                                               (3,000,000)   NR        (3,000,000)   NR        (3,000,000)   NR
Short Term Disability                                    786,454
Small County                                                            (2,000,000)    R         (3,000,000)   R         (2,400,000)   R         (2,400,000)   R
Small Specialty High Schools                           3,222,496
Student Diagnostics (recurring)                                         19,129,963     R                                                         10,000,000    R
Student Diagnostics (nonrecurring)                                      21,238,000     NR        15,000,000    NR               -
Testing                                                1,242,814                                                         (2,710,553)   R           (585,459)   R
Textbooks                                             30,000,000                                                          5,000,000    NR         2,500,000    NR
Tort Claims                                            1,117,738
Transportation                                                          (5,000,000)    R        (10,035,622)   R        (10,000,000)   R        (10,000,000)   R
Unemployment Compensation                              1,060,996
Worker's Compensation                                  3,432,862
                            SPSF Adjustments         218,335,932      (308,995,274)            (252,132,440)           (333,523,666)           (325,583,294)

     Dept of Public Instruction(DPI)
Agency Operating                                       1,255,227        (2,375,850)    R         (2,375,850)   R                                 (2,000,000)   R


Agency Positions (Gov & Senate 26 from
Technology Svcs & 10 from Academic
Svcs/House 26 from Tech Svcs/Final 10
from Tech Svcs & 20 receipt funded)                      795,069        (3,908,444)    R         (3,908,444)   R         (2,828,444)   R         (1,080,000)   R
Audit Services                                           175,278
Governor's Schools                                                           100,000   NR




      R = Recurring/NR = Nonrecurring
      Prepared by NCDPI Financial Services Div
      6-28-10                                                            1
2010-11 Supplemental Budget Comparison

                                                    State Board of
                                                      Education          Governor                    Senate                   House                    FINAL 2010-11
 Dept of Public Instruction(DPI) continued
Legacy Funds for IT Projects                                               (1,300,000)      NR         (1,300,000)   NR         (1,300,000)   NR           (1,300,000)   NR
Legal Services                                              29,961
Teacher Working Conditions Survey                          215,000
Students Against Destructive Decisions program
transferred to DPI from Dept of Administration
($113,853 and 1.8 positions)                                                           0

Senate: type 1 transfer moves NC School for the
Deaf, Eastern NC School for the Deaf, Governor
Morehead School for the Blind, Governor
Morehead Preschool, Early Intervention Services-
Preschool & Family Resource Center programs
and their oversight to DPI from DHHS (funding
and positions not outlined in budget)                                                                           0

Final: type 1 transfer moves 4 positions from
DHHS Office of Education Services to DPI on
10/1/10; type 1 transfer moves NC School for the
Deaf, Eastern NC School for the Deaf, Gov
Morehead School for the Blind, Early
Intervention Services-Preschool and Gov
Morehead Preschool programs to DPI on 6/1/11.
Funding provided for Supt of Residential
Schools for Deaf & Blind hiring by 6/1/11,                                                                                                                     55,000    R
                               DPI Adjustments           2,470,535         (7,484,294)                 (7,584,294)              (4,128,444)                (4,325,000)

 Education Support Organizations(ESO)
Communities in Schools                                                           (57,870)   R             (72,338)   R
Diversity in Public School Commission                                                                                              26,244     R
Dropout Prevention Grants                                                   1,500,000       NR        (13,000,000)   R            290,683     R               290,683    R
Kids Voting                                                                                                                        50,000     R                50,000    R
NCCAT                                                                           (236,529)   R          (1,000,000)   R                -
NC Science, Math & Tech Ed Center                                                                                                 100,000     R               100,000    R
New Schools Project                                                             500,000     NR
Science Olympiad                                                                 (5,100)    R              (6,375)   R              25,000    NR               25,000    NR
Tarheel ChalleNGE Academy                                                       (49,134)    R             (61,418)   R            (460,631)   R              (460,631)   R
Teach for America                                                                                         (45,000)   R
Teacher Cadet                                                                                             (17,000)
                          ESO Adjustments                      -            1,651,367                 (14,202,130)                 31,296                       5,052
             Total Change SPSF, DPI & ESO              220,806,467       (314,828,201)               (273,918,864)            (337,620,814)              (329,903,242)

 Total State Appropriated Budget Per Joint
     Conference Committee Report on the
      Continuation, Expansion and Capital
                                 Budgets           $ 7,581,639,690   $ 7,046,005,022             $ 7,086,914,359          $ 7,023,212,409          $ 7,030,929,981

   % change from beginning appropriation                     3.00%                -4.28%                   -3.72%                   -4.59%                     -4.48%


Changes to Other Items Funded From
Receipts
*Although not a line item in the Money
Report, SB 897 Section 7.3 authorizes
OSBM to off-set the State appropriation
with ARRA Stabilization Funds. Senate did
not designate category to reduce so this
Comparison shows it the same place as
the Governor; House & Final specified
Classroom Materials.                                                       54,658,931       NR        54,658,931     NR        54,658,931     NR           54,658,931    NR

Driver's Education - Highway Fund                                          32,021,964       R         32,021,964     R         32,021,964     R            32,021,964    R

**More at Four - TANF                                                                                 16,176,036     NR        32,986,721     NR           30,559,012    NR

More at Four - Lottery                                                                                                                                     (5,000,000)   R

                          Changes to Receipts                        $     86,680,895            $   102,856,931          $   119,667,616          $      112,239,907




       R = Recurring/NR = Nonrecurring
       Prepared by NCDPI Financial Services Div
       6-28-10                                                              2
2010-11 Supplemental Budget Comparison

                                                 State Board of
                                                   Education          Governor             Senate               House                FINAL 2010-11

   Other Receipts
Salary Increases (registration fees, non-federal                        See Below           None                 None                   None
Retirement Rate (1.36% of the final rate of
10.51% is to be held in reserve by OSBM in
the event Congress does not act to
authorize the enhanced federal Medical
Assistance Percentage funds prior to Jan
1, 2011)                                                                    10.70%              10.71%               10.92%                  10.51%
Health Benefit - PPO                                              $         4,929     $            4,929   $            4,929    $             4,929

Governor's Salary Adjustments:
  .5% one-time payback for reduction taken in 2008-09 for teachers and state employees
  Step increase for employees paid on a Salary Schedule

Other Provisions to Note:
   SB 897 Section 5.1 permits counties to authorize LEAs to use lottery receipts in their Public School Building Capital Funds to fund classroom
teachers.
   SB 897 Section 7.4 describes the NC Virtual Public School Allotment Formula which ultimately transfers funds from the LEA to NCVPS based on
each LEA's unduplicated NCVPS enrollment.




      R = Recurring/NR = Nonrecurring
      Prepared by NCDPI Financial Services Div
      6-28-10                                                           3

				
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