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HB59 Comparison Document House

HB59 Comparison Document House

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HB59 Comparison Document House
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ExecutiveMain Operating Appropriations BillIn House Finance and AppropriationsDepartment of EducationH. B. 59School FundingJon Peterson Scholarship Funding FormulaEDUCD92
3310.56, 3310.51
R.C.
3310.56, 3310.51
R.C.
Replaces the formula used to calculate deductions fromschool districts and payments for the Jon Peterson SpecialNeeds Scholarship Program. Specifies the formula for each student as the sum of the per pupil amount of theopportunity grant for the resident district and the amountfor the student's special education category.Replaces the Executive provision with a provision thatmodifies the current calculation by replacing the formulaamount and base funding supplements from FY 2009, withthe current year formula amount, and updating the specialeducation category weights to match those used for schooldistricts.Maintains current law that restricts the amount to the leastof the fees charged by the provider, the amount calculatedabove, or $20,000.Same as the Executive.
Fiscal effect: Under current law, each scholarship has abase amount of $5,704 plus the additional special educationweighted funds. The provision decreases the base amountto the per pupil opportunity grant, which differs for eachschool district, but is never more than $5,000, and increasesthe additional amount depending on the student's specialeducation category.Fiscal effect: Increases the base amount to $5,732 in FY2014 and $5,789 in FY 2015. The new special educationweights generally result in higher amounts than the ones incurrent law.Community School Funding FormulaEDUCD85
3314.08, 3313.88, 3314.029, 3314.03,3314.083, 3314.084, 3314.087, 3314.088(repealed), 3314.11, 3314.13 (repealed),3314.26, 5727.84
R.C.
3314.08, 3313.88, 3314.029, 3314.03,3314.083, 3314.084, 3314.087, 3314.088(repealed), 3314.11, 3314.13 (repealed),3314.26, 5727.84
R.C.
Replaces the formula used to calculate deductions fromschool districts and transfers to community schools with aformula that is similar to the formula for traditional districts.Specifies the formula for each student as the sum of:Same as the Executive, but makes the following changes:
1Department of Education
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ExecutiveMain Operating Appropriations BillIn House Finance and AppropriationsDepartment of EducationH. B. 59
(1) An opportunity grant of $5,000 ($250,000 x 0.02);(1) Replaces the Executive calculation with the formulaamount, which is equal to $5,732 in FY 2014 and $5,789 inFY 2015.(2) The per-pupil amount of targeted assistance funds for the student's resident district, except does not provide thisfunding for e-schools;(2) Same as the Executive, but provides only the per-pupilamount of tier 1 targeted assistance funds for the student'sresident district and multiplies this amount by 0.25.(3) The amount for the student's special educationcategory, if the student has a disability, where the categoryamount is the same as that used for traditional schooldistricts (see EDUCD83). Transfers 15% of this amount tothe Special Education Exceptional Cost Fund (seeEDUCD91).(3) Same as the Executive, but (a) instead of an amountfor each category, uses a category weight x the formulaamount, where the category weights and the formulaamount are the same as those used for traditional schooldistricts under the House proposal and (b) eliminates thetransfers to the Exceptional Cost Fund.(4) The per-pupil amount of early childhood access fundsfor the student's resident district, if the student is inkindergarten, except does not provide this funding for e-schools.(4) Replaces the Executive calculation with a per pupilamount if the child is in kindergarten through third grade,where the per pupil amount equals $300 in FY 2014 and$303 in FY 2015.(5) Economically disadvantaged funds equal to $500 x theresident district's economically disadvantaged index.(5) Same as the Executive, but reduces the per pupilamount to $340 in FY 2014 and $343 in FY 2015 (under the House proposal, each traditional school district'seconomically disadvantaged index is the square of theExecutive calculation) and does not provide this funding toe-schools.(6) The amount for the student's LEP category, if thestudent is LEP.(6) Same as the Executive, but does not provide fundingfor category 4, which the bill eliminates, increases theamounts by 1% in FY 2015, and prohibits e-schools fromreceiving this funding.(7) Gifted funds equal to $50.(7) No provision.(8) No provision.(8) Career-technical education funds equal to the categoryweight x the formula amount, where the category weights
2Department of Education
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ExecutiveMain Operating Appropriations BillIn House Finance and AppropriationsDepartment of EducationH. B. 59
and the formula amount are the same as those used for traditional school districts under the House proposal.Subjects the deduction and payment of these funds to thereview and approval of the school's career-technicalprogram by the lead district of the career-technicalplanning district to which the school is affiliated (seeEDUCD88). Prohibits e-schools from receiving this funding.
Fiscal effect: Alters the per pupil amount deducted fromschool district state funding allocations compared tocurrent law, which is based on a formula amount of $5,653plus additional amounts based on FY 2009 levels for specialeducation, career-technical education, poverty-basedassistance, and parity aid. In FY 2012, transfers of state aidto community schools amounted to $774.4 million. Inaddition to the transfers described here, communityschools, other than e-schools, are provided $100 per ADMfor facilities costs (see EDUCD78).Fiscal effect: Same as the Executive.Capital and Maintenance Fund Set AsideEDUCD93
3315.18
R.C.
Revises the capital and maintenance fund set asiderequirement for school districts to specify they set aside3% of their opportunity grant, rather than 3% of the formulaamount as under current law.No provision.
Fiscal effect: All else being equal, decreases the amountrequired to be set aside in a district's capital andmaintenance fund.3Department of Education
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