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  1. The Big Picture How are Public Schools Funded? ~Tim Hill will discuss later this afternoon

  2. Districts/Charters Portion over $987 Million

  3. Districts/Charters Portion over 47% of All Idaho State Revenues

  4. 2008 Public School Appropriation

  5. 2008 Public School Appropiation Revenues ~ State $1,429 million Federal $215 million Total $1,644 million

  6. 2008 Public School Appropiation Revenues ~ State $1,429 million Federal $215 million Total $1,644 million Salaries ~ $775 million Benefits ~ $138 million Total ~ $913 million

  7. 2008 Public School Appropriation Revenues ~ State $1,429 million Federal $215 million Total $1,644 million Salaries ~ $775 million Benefits ~ $138 million Total ~ $913 million Salary and Benefit Apportionment ~ 64% of the State Portion ($913/$1,644)

  8. 2008 Public School Appropriation Revenues ~ State $1,429 million Federal $215 million Total $1,644 million Salaries ~ $775 million Benefits ~ $138 million Total ~ $913 million Salary and Benefit Apportionment ~ 64% of the State Portion ($913/$1,644)

  9. SALARY BASED APPORTIONMENT AND BENEFIT APPORTIONMENT Idaho Department of Education Public School Finance

  10. Salary Based Apportionment • Units (Support Units) • Indexes • Actual FTE’s • Actual Salaries

  11. For Budgeting Purposes SDE Provides you a “Template” Estimating Salary Based Apportionment Template Estimating Salary Based Apportionment Template - Charters http://www.sde.state.id.us/Statistics/budget.asp

  12. Key “Data Elements” Districts/Charters need to Provide to Calculate Salary and Benefit Apportionment

  13. Salary and Benefit Apportionment Worksheet

  14. Administrative Index Calculation $31,000 max

  15. Instructional Index Calculation $31,000 max

  16. Salary Allocation for Beginning Instructional Staff (those “cells” generating less than $31,000)

  17. Other “Contracted” Instructional Services paid through Accounts Payables (not payroll) These normally relate to Pupil Support Services (Contracted OT’s, PT’s, Speech Language Pathologists, etc.)

  18. Salary Based Apportionment • Units (Support Units) • Indexes • Actual FTE’s • Actual Salaries Based on Student Attendance (Attendance and Enrollment Data Collection)

  19. Salary Based Apportionment • Units (Support Units) • Indexes • Actual FTE’s • Actual Salaries Staffing (IBEDS Data Collection)

  20. Salary Based Apportionment Based on Student Attendance (Attendance and Enrollment Data Collection) • Units (Support Units) • Indexes • Actual FTE’s • Actual Salaries Staffing (IBEDS Data Collection)

  21. Average Daily Attendance (ADA) • The aggregate number of students present divided by the days in session. Idaho Code 33-1001

  22. Support Units • Public School Support Unit Calculation Tables Idaho Code 33-1002

  23. Units • 1st Reporting Period ADA (attendance) • Generate Units

  24. 1st Reporting Period Always the 1st Friday In November

  25. Strategies ~ Get Your Students To Class During this Period School Calendars – Don’t plan to hold school if you know there’s going to be a date that students may be gone Sporting Events Hunting Season Fairs Etc.

  26. Allowable FTE • 1st Reporting Period ADA (attendance) • Generate Units • Units x ratios = Allowable FTE 19.5

  27. Staff Ratios Staff allowance Idaho Code 33-1004 For every unit the district gets 1.1 Instructional Staff .075 Administrative Staff .375 Classified Staff

  28. Units x Ratios = Allowable FTE Staff allowance Idaho Code 33-1004 For every unit the district/charter gets 1.1 x 19.5 = 21.45 FTEInstructional Staff .075x 19.5 = 1.4625 FTEAdministrative Staff .375x 19.5 = 7.3125Non-Certified Staff

  29. Units x Ratios = Allowable FTE Staff allowance Idaho Code 33-1004 For every unit the district gets 1.1 x 19.5 = 21.45 Instructional Staff .075x 19.5 = 1.4625 Administrative Staff .375x 19.5 = 7.3125Non-Certified Staff 19.5

  30. Staff allowance Idaho Code 33-1004 If units are less than 40 Instructional ~ Add .50 FTE Administration ~ Add .50 FTE Staff allowance Idaho Code 33-1004 If units are less than 20 Instructional ~ Add .50 FTE Additional Allowable FTE(Districts Only)

  31. < 40 units Adjusted Staff Allowance 19.5 < 20 units

  32. 1st Reporting Period ADA (attendance) • Generate Units • Units x ratios = Allowable • Indexes, Actual FTE, Actual Salaries IBEDS

  33. IBEDSIdaho Basic Education Data System • Comprehensive database of all district employees for State Funding Statistics Accreditation Teachers Certification/Misassignments Also – Professional Technical, Special Ed., etc. • A “Snap-shot” in time – last Friday in September • Must be submitted to the State no later than October 15th • Must use IBEDS program to submit data (including assignment records)

  34. SDE IBEDS System 72+ Tables IBEDS Tables Ties ALL Records Together

  35. Indexes- • Two Indexes • Administrative Index • Instructional Index • Assignment Codes determines if individual is “Administration” or “Instructional”

  36. Indexes- • Education ~ • Degree Claimed • Additional Credits • Experience ~ • Years Completed

  37. Calculating Indexesstaffing • Place eligible staff on the Experience & Education Multiplier Table based on the following: • Years completed • Degree claimed • Additional college transcript credits • earned beyond the degree reported AND initial certification • initial certification - issue date of the certificate • reported in semester credit hours only • do not report in-service credits in this section • (I.C. 33-1004A)

  38. Calculating Indexes-staffing • Place eligible staff on the Experience & Education Multiplier Table based on the following: • Years completed • Degree claimed • Additional college transcript credits • earned beyond the degree reported AND initial certification • initial certification - issue date of the certificate • reported in semester credit hours only • do not report in-service credits in this section • (I.C. 33-1004A)

  39. Calculating Indexes-staffing • Place eligible staff on the Experience & Education Multiplier Table based on the following: • Years completed • Degree claimed • Additional college transcript credits • earned beyond the degree reported AND initial certification • initial certification - issue date of the certificate • reported in semester credit hours only • do not report in-service credits in this section • (I.C. 33-1004A)

  40. Calculating Indexes-staffing • Place eligible staff on the Experience & Education Multiplier Table based on the following: • Years completed • Degree claimed • Additional college transcript credits • earned beyond the degree reported AND initial certification • initial certification - issue date of the certificate • reported in semester credit hours only • do not report in-service credits in this section • (I.C. 33-1004A)

  41. Calculating Indexes-staffing • Place eligible staff on the Experience & Education Multiplier Table based on the following: • Years completed • Degree claimed • Additional college transcript credits • earned beyond the degree reported AND initial certification • initial certification - issue date of the certificate • reported in semester credit hours only • do not report in-service credits in this section • (I.C. 33-1004A)

  42. Calculating Indexes-staffing • Place eligible staff on the Experience & Education Multiplier Table based on the following: • Years completed • Degree claimed • Additional college transcript credits • earned beyond the degree reported AND initial certification • initial certification - issue date of the certificate • reported in semester credit hours only • do not report in-service credits in this section ~ (official college transcript) • (I.C. 33-1004A)

  43. Experience and Education Multiplier “Each instructional and administrative staff position shall be assigned an appropriate multiplier based on the following table:”