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NEWS RELEASES 2000-01

NEWS RELEASES 2000-01 :: APRIL 19, 2001

STATE RESPONDS TO REQUEST FOR BUDGET REDUCTIONS ATTACHMENT 1

FY 2001-2002
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ACCOUNTCATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS (in no certain order) FY 2001-2002 CONTINUATION BUDGET (note 1) $ DECREASE % DECREASEREMAINING FY 2001-02 CONTINUATION BUDGETNOTES
10800 7101 ADM Contingency Reserve 5,500,000 (3,000,000) -54.55% 2,500,000 Governor's Proposal
11400 6594 Forfeited Vacation Pay 7,750,000 (3,000,000) -38.71% 4,750,000 Governor's Proposal
10656 6580 School Buses (note 2) 28,833,692 (23,915,892) -82.94% 4,917,800 Governor's Proposal
    Non-profit Flow Through 6,037,414 (6,037,414) -100.00% - Governor's Proposal
    SPSF - Continuation Bgt (note 3) 4,509,522,791 (13,699,068) -0.30% 4,495,823,723 ADM Alternative Projection Model
11400 6538 School Breakfast Program 2,700,000 (2,700,000) -100.00% - Program Elimination
13300 6516 Safety Assistance Teams 500,000 (500,000) -100.00% - Program Elimination
11100 6514 RESA Allotment (TAC) 6,732,100 (6,732,100) -100.00% - Program Elimination
11413 6525 Voc-Ed - Tech Prep 100,000 (100,000) -100.00% - Program Elimination
11000 6501 Central Office Admin-istration 104,324,685 (10,400,000) -9.97% 93,924,685 10% Admin-istration Reduction in alignment with Reduction proposed for State Agency; .03% included in SPSF Contin-uation Budget Reduction
10200 6508 UERS (NCWISE) 15,000,000 (5,000,000) -33.33% 10,000,000 Slow-down of NCWISE project due to budget crisis
11656 6579 Trans-portation 232,688,541 (10,703,673) -4.60% 221,984,868 Formula Reduction
11100 6513 Non-Instructional Support 284,927,106 (25,643,440) -9.00% 259,283,666 Formula Reduction targeted towards clerical and janitorial support
11400 6532 Teacher Assistants 339,303,560 (13,572,142) -4.00% 325,731,418 Allotment Ratio change by 1 from a ratio of 1:25 to ratio of 1:26
    Total 5,543,919,889 (125,003,729) -2.25% 5,418,916,160  

Notes:
(1): SPSF Continuation Budget based on current ADM projection model for ADM growth. (current projection model yields a 0.1% error rate)
(2): FY 2001-2002 one-time reduction only as proposed in Governor's budget (462 buses). Restoration is expected in FY 2002-2003 as per Governor's budget.
(3): Effect on Continuation Budget programs using alternative ADM projection model as proposed by Fiscal Research staff.
See attachment 2 for Program-by-Program reductions which result due to use of revised model. (4,175 reduction in total ADM)

 

REQUESTED EXPANSION ITEMS (IN DESCENDING $ ORDER)$ EXPANSION FOR CONTINUATION BUDGET
Class-size Reduction (K-3) 12,800,000
High Priority Schools 11,500,000
Student Accountability 10,000,000
Transportation 6,000,000
Central Office Administration 5,000,000
Exceptional Children 5,000,000
Limited English Proficiency 5,000,000
Professional Devel. (RESA) 2,700,000
NC WISEOWL 1,500,000
Safety Assistance Teams 500,000
Total 60,000,000

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