STATE RESPONDS TO REQUEST FOR BUDGET REDUCTIONS ATTACHMENT 1
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|ACCOUNT||CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS (in no certain order)||FY 2001-2002 CONTINUATION BUDGET (note 1)||$ DECREASE||% DECREASE||REMAINING FY 2001-02 CONTINUATION BUDGET||NOTES|
|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|
|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|
(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|
|Central Office Administration||5,000,000|
|Limited English Proficiency||5,000,000|
|Professional Devel. (RESA)||2,700,000|
|Safety Assistance Teams||500,000|
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