Data book cover sheet

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Moving Oklahoma Education Forward Budget Hearing FY 2016 Recurring Revenue FY 2014 Statewide District Recurring Revenue Using - General Funds - Building Fund - Child Nutrition Fund Federal; 681,612,514.89 Local and County; 1,490,386,361.27 (as reported in OCAS) $4,969,686,044 State; 2,797,687,168.33 2 Seven Sources of Formula Revenue LOCAL AND COUNTY REVENUES: 1. AD VALOREM TAXES

2. COUNTY 4-MILL STATE DEDICATED REVENUES: 3.STATE SCHOOL LAND EARNINGS 4. GROSS PRODUCTION 5. MOTOR VEHICLE COLLECTIONS 6. RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ASSOCIATION (REA) TAX STATE APPROPRIATED: 7. FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF SCHOOLS (FORMULA FUNDING) 3 Seven Sources of State Formula Revenue FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 FY2015 .5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0

3.5 4.0 In Billions Financial Support (appropriations) Motor Vehicle School Land Rural Electrification Association Ad Valorem County 4-Mill Gross Production 4 Formula Revenue Seven Rev. Sources FY2015 FY2014 Ad Valorem (35 $1,058,635,853 $ 1,013,534,728 Mills) FY2013 FY2012 FY2011

FY2010 $ 975,794,215 $ 943,606,637 $ 905,082,205 $ 878,567,004 County 4-Mill $ 116,348,712 $ 112,653,312 $ 109,665,459 $ 104,564,406 $ 100,620,495 $ 93,896,685 School Land $ 93,626,801

$ 93,000,002 $ 102,144,987 $ 93,160,723 $ 83,212,992 $ 60,341,458 Gross Production $ 79,370,145 $ 60,196,841 $ 72,199,149 $ 66,528,645 $ 57,919,963 $ 86,216,531 $261,396,364 $ 238,717,326 $ 229,663,512

$ 219,919,668 $ 219,312,126 $ 219,313,333 $ 39,049,624 $ 35,001,277 $ 33,642,861 $ 31,213,972 $ 28,930,479 $ 30,453,465 Motor Vehicle REA Tax Fin. Support of Sch. (Formula) - State Approp. Funds American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Government Services Fund (GSF)

of the ARRA TOTAL $ 1,852,438,034 $ 1,835,981,870 $ 1,814,199,862 $ 1,815,185,159 $ 1,755,855,588 $ 1,758,161,965 $ 139,772,164 $ 204,671,526 $ 14,990,952 $3,500,865,533 $ 3,389,085,356 $ 3,337,310,045 $ 3,274,179,210 $ 3,290,706,012 $ 3,346,612,919 5 Percent Breakdown of Common Education Funding FY 2008 FY 2014 40.00% 35.79% 35.00% 35.71% 36.80% 36.34% 35.55%

34.18% 33.99% 30.00% 25.00% 22.47% 23.65% 23.18% 20.73% 22.15% 18.99% 20.00% 16.64% 15.00% 10.00% 5.00% 0.00% FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010

GRF to PS as a % of total GRF FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 Common Ed Approps as a % of Total Source: Office of Management and Enterprise Services 6 Ad Valorem Exemption Tax Year 5 yr. Exemption Wind Energy 5 yr. Exemption Non-Wind Total 5 yr. Exemptions

2013 $32,270,226 $32,086,050 $64,356,276 2014 $28,854,496 $37,602,306 $66,456,802 2015 $38,207,891 $43,009,873 $81,217,764 2016 $44,976,588 $44,230,619

$89,207,207 2017 $50,440,944 $43,191,938 $93,632,882 2018 $47,794,663 $42,808,325 $90,602,988 Oklahoma Tax Commission 7 Ad Valorem Reimbursement For 2014 tax year the Manufacturing Exemption will cost the state $66,456,802. Of that amount, the amount due to common schools is $44.3 million.

Estimated revenues available to fund this obligation range between $7.5 to $12.5 million. Projected Additional Appropriation to Oklahoma Tax Commission to make common schools whole by June 30, 2015 is $35 - $40 million! 8 Average Daily Membership Total Financial Support of Schools $1,977,049,484 683,815 675,534 $1,894,269,216 667,983 $1,876,284,000 659,537 652,958 647,879 FY 2010 FY 2011

$1,837,570,779 $1,816,091,355 $1,816,091,355 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 9 Average Daily Membership $2,455,485,791 State Funds Flowing Through SDE $2,433,804,470 683,815 675,534 667,983 $2,347,058,220 $2,378,343,558 659,537

652,958 647,879 FY 2010 FY 2011 $2,302,761,710 $2,304,643,480 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 10 Financial Support of Public Schools FY2015 Appropriation FY2016 Budget Request $1,876,284,000 $2,081,284,000

Increase of $205,000,000 formula dollars 11 Securing Education Excellence (Details of Budget Request) $205,000,0000 $150,000,000 $2,000 Increase in Teacher Salary and Associated Costs Two Additional Days of Instruction $55,000,000 Two Additional Days of Instruction (non-teacher costs) Address Increase Costs Due to Student Growth 12 Average Teacher Salary and Number of Instructional Days in Surrounding States $49,393 160 Days $46,573 180 Days $47,464 186 Days

$47,517 174 Days $44,128 $46,632 175 Days 178 Days $48,110 180 Days Source: Education Commission of the States http://www.ecs.org/clearinghouse/01/06/6810668.pdf http://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d13/tables/dt13_211.60.asp http://highereddatastories.blogspot.com/2013/12/how-much-do-we-pay-public-school.html 13 National Average of Teachers Salaries http://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d13/tables/dt13_211.60.asp http://highereddatastories.blogspot.com/2013/12/how-much-do-we-pay-public-school.html 14 We are not only competing with industries like oil and gas, we are competing with fast food chains. 15 http://www.chipotle.com/en-US/careers/path_and_compensation/path_and_compensation.aspx

5 Year Plan to Secure Education Excellence Oklahoma teachers currently make $3,248.33 less per year than teachers from other states in our region. In order to recruit and retain top teaching talent in Oklahoma, we must have a plan to extend our school year while raising teacher pay. +5 Instructional Days +$5,000 in Teacher Compensation Over the next 5 years #OKHigh5 16 Investing in Our Future Raising Teacher Compensation and Instructional Days YEAR RAISE ADDED AVERAGE INSTRUCTIONAL DAILY RATE DAY +0 days N/A TOTAL RAISE

(Increase over 2012-13 Pay) $0.00 2014-15 $0.00 2015-16 $2,000.00 +2 days $257.63 $2,516.26 2016-17 $500.00 +1 day $260.38 $760.38 2017-18 $500.00

+1 day $263.11 $763.11 2018-19 $500.00 +1 day $265.82 $765.82 2019-20 $500.00 +0 days N/A $500.00 TOTALS

$4,000.0 0 5 DAYS (180) $1,304.57 $5,304.57 Salary Schedule Increase + (Added Day x Average Daily Rate) = Total Raise 17 Investing in Our Future Total Cost of Investment YEAR 2014-15 TOTAL AVERAGE TEACHER COMPENSATION $44,373.00 TOTAL COST FOR TEACHER PAY & ADDING DAYS N/A 2015-16 $46,888.26

$150,000,000 2016-17 $47,648.64 $60,000,000 2017-18 $48,411.75 $60,000,000 2018-19 $49,177.57 $60,000,000 2019-20 $49,677.57 $32,000,000 TOTALS

$5,304.57 INCREASE OVER 2012-13 PAY $362,000,000 18 District Revenues & Expenditures 19 Statewide District New Revenue FY 2014 Statewide District Revenue Using - General Funds - Building Fund - Child Nutrition Fund Federal; 681,612,514.89 Local and County; 1,490,386,361.27 (as reported in OCAS) $4,969,686,044 State; 2,797,687,168.33

20 New Revenue with Fund Balance FY 2014 Statewide District Revenue Using - General Funds - Building Fund - Child Nutrition Fund (as reported in OCAS) $5,900,906,915 ** Balancing Accounts Include Lapsed Appropriations Estopped Warrants Fund Transfers 21 Statewide District Expenditures FY 2014 Statewide District Expenditures Using - General Funds - Building Fund - Child Nutrition Fund Facilities Acquisition & Construction

$69,514,988 1% Administration 317,358,826.34 (as reported in OCAS) Support Services $5,060,846,830 Instruction 1,905,201,230.07 2,768,771,784.71 *Statewide Administrative Cost By Title 70-18-124 is 3.58% 22 School District General Fund Beginning Balance FY 2010 2015 Reported by Districts though OCAS In Millions $900.0 $800.0 $700.0 $729.0 $769.2

$642.9 $638.4 $600.0 $565.1 $601.5 $500.0 $400.0 $300.0 $200.0 $100.0 $0.0 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 Estimate 23 Support of

Public School Activities (Line Items) 24 Percentage of Flexible Benefit Allowance $139,918,158 25% of Public School Activities $1,906,283,29 5 76.93% $546,201,791 22.04% 16% of Total State $407,283,633 Appropriation 75% of Public School Activities $25,400,000 1.03% Support of Public School Activities Total State Appropriation

Other School Activities Line Items SDE Flexible Benefit Allowance 25 Flexible Benefit Allowance Flexible Benefit Allowance Appropriation Total for Fiscal Year 2015 = $407,283,633 Flexible Benefit Allowance Appropriation Request for Fiscal Year 2016 = $422,588,036 Increase of $15,304,403 26 Flexible Benefit Allowance Allocation (Providing Health Insurance to over 83,000 Oklahoma Educators) (In Millions) 450.0 422.6 400.0 392.7 374.3 350.0 353.0 340.8

300.0 290.6 250.0 2010 299.2 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 request 27 Final count for FY 2015 will be available in mid February Reform Implementation Budget Highlights Most line item requests for FY 16 will simply return funding to the FY 15 original appropriation. The $5.5 million previously budgeted for the NCLB transition is no longer needed.

Other than teacher compensation, staff development is one of the few areas where an increase is requested = $1.3 million. Line items for RSA and Reading Readiness were combined for a total $9 million request. 28 Performance Update Finding opportunities to increase time for instruction by decreasing testing, while continuing to strive for excellence and transparency through valid and reliable measures. 29 29 OCCT General Assessments for Grades 3-8 Grade Math Reading Science Geography Social

Studies/ U.S. History Writing Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Federal and State mandated tests State mandated tests 30 OCCT General Assessments End-of-Instruction ACE Algebra I ACE English II ACE Biology I

Federal and State mandated tests ACE U.S. History ACE Algebra II ACE Geometry State mandated tests ACE English III 31 FY 2015 Testing Costs Grades 3-8 Grades 5 & 8 Science EOIs Total $6,882,608 $2,915,154 $7,976,850 $17,774,612

Federal Funds State Funds Total $4,248,671 $13,525,941 $17,774,612 32 ACT Regional Comparison www.act.org/readiness/2014 33 ACT Cost Savings over EOI $6,949,129 -$1,547,070 $5,402,059 EOI Cost Estimated ACT Cost Savings 34 2014 OCCT EOI Results Subject

% Proficient 2014 Number Tested 2014 % Proficient 2013 Number Tested 2013 Algebra I 75% 46,141 84% 40,608 Algebra II 76% 30,592

77% 31,824 Biology I 50% 44,104 54% 37,496 English II 81% 43,643 88% 37,889 English III 87% 34,721

90% 38,091 Geometry 81% 40,595 83% 38,396 U.S. History 77% 39,057 * *2014 U.S. History test is aligned to new standards. 2014 was the first year OMAAP was not offered as a first option as assessment for students on an IEP 35 RSA Performance 45,356 3rd Grade Students Enrolled

Limited Knowledge 5,788 14.09% Not Subject to RSA 28,038 68.26% Unsatisfactory 7,248 17.65% 41% 2,966 24% 1,749 35% 2,533 36 RSA Performance Percent of Students Scoring Below Grade Level

3rd Grade 42% 41% 2nd Grade 42% 42% 40% 40% 1st Grade 34% 37% Kindergarten 0% 13-14 14-15 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 37 ACE Remediation

300,000 250,000 236,912238,591 223,524 Number of Students 200,000 150,000 128,496 SY 13 SY 14 SY 15 112,938 105,642 100,000 70,756 79,214 82,682 79,856 60,097 50,000

37,749 0 # of Limited Knowledge test scores # of Unsatisfactory test scores 38 # of Proficient # of Advanced 38 Cost to Fully Fund ACE Remediation & RSA ACE Remediation: $180 x 82,682 limited knowledge students + $240 x 79,856 unsatisfactory students $34,048,200 Total if Fully Funded Currently Funding at 23.5% Reading Sufficiency Act: per student students Total if Fully Funded Currently Funding at 50%

39 Advanced Placement 40 AP trainings were held in 8 regions across the state this fall with 750 teachers in attendance. Advanced Placement Summer Institutes will be held in multiple locations this summer for all Oklahoma educators 49 schools in the state now offer AVID Advancement Via Individual Determination, a proven program for increasing College and Career Readiness 15,001 students are taking AP exams

11,933 or 80% of these students are passing exams with a college-ready score of 3, 4, or 5 40 Teacher and Leader Effectiveness 100% of districts are using the qualitative component of TLE with a high level of fidelity to improve educator effectiveness and student learning outcomes. More than 615 district leaders representing 523 districts attended the VAM trainings, and more than 815 district leaders representing 434 districts attended the SLO/SOO trainings held this fall. Future Vision for TLE Implementation: Collaborate with external stakeholders to continue training on both the qualitative and quantitative portions of TLE. Further study is needed to ensure that the quantitative portion is valid, reliable and useful to teachers in order to improve instruction. 41 FY 16 Budget Increase Request Teacher Compensation & Extended School Year Financial Support of Schools Flexible Benefit Allowance Staff Development for Schools Other School Activities

Administration & Support TOTAL $150,000,000 $55,000,000 $15,304,403 $1,320,961 $350,921 $4,363 $221,980,648 42

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