Overview of Gov Jan Budget Proposal 2015-16

Report
Overview of Governor’s
January Budget Proposal
JUSD
January 20, 2015
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Themes for the 2015-16 Governor’s Budget
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Positive economic growth continues and fuels public education spending
Proposition 98 continues to receive most of the new money
Funding is tight for the non-Proposition 98 side of the State Budget
Governor stays the course on the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and
the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)
State makes a firm commitment to Adult Education and Career Technical
Education (CTE)
The Wall of Debt continues to come down and is replaced with the Rainy Day
Fund
Overall, a very good State Budget for public education
Progress Toward LCFF Implementation
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Full LCFF
Implementation
2020-21
100
90
2015-16 Governor’s State
Budget: 58% Cumulative
Gap Closure
80
70
60
2015-16
Trend Line
50
40
30
20
10
0
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
Trend
2017-18
Actual
2018-19
2019-20
2020-21
Proposition 98 Funding
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Budget Restores Investment in Education
(Proposition 98 Funding in Billions)
$75.0
$70.0
$63.2
$65.0
$60.0
$57.9
$58.7
2012-13
2013-14
$65.7
$56.6
$55.0
$51.7
$49.2
$50.0
$49.6
$47.3
$45.0
$40.0
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2014-15
Proposed
Source: Governor’s State Budget Summary, page 6
2015-16
Proposition 98 and the Major K-12 Proposals
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The Governor’s State Budget proposes:
$4 billion for LCFF gap closure (EST 32%, 1.58% COLA included) and LCAP
implementation
$1.1 billion for discretionary one-time uses
Common Core implementation
Newly adopted ELA/ELD implementation
California’s NGSS implementation
Expenditures for evolving accountability structure of the LCAP/LCFF
$1 billion to eliminate the remaining K-14 apportionment deferrals
$500 million for an Adult Education Block Grant
$273 million for the Emergency Repair Program (one time)
$250 million for one-time competitive CTE incentive grants (three years)
$100 million for Internet connectivity and infrastructure
JUSD Gap Funding
$196M Target 2020/21
$162M
$147M
LCFF Dollars
(29.56%)
$127M
(12%)
Supplemental/
Concentration
Total Gap
(estimate 32%)
Supplemental/
Concentration
Supplemental/
Concentration
Base
Grant
2013-14
Funding
Base
Grant
2014-15
Funding
Supplemental/
Concentration
Base
Grant
Base
Grant
2015-16
Funding
Base Grant
Target
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Additional Impacts to School Budgets
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Increasing employer costs for CalSTRS and CalPERS
Grade Span Adjustment – Progress toward 24:1
Additional teachers
Additional facilities
Additional support staff
Categorical Encroachment into LCFF
Step and Column costs
Career Technical Education Programs
Staffing
Program implementation costs
Enrollment factors (declining/flat)

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