FW: PLS/~&D School

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Subject: FW: PLS/R&D School . From: "Dr. Dwight C. Watson" <dwight.watson@unLedu> Date: 2/7/2012 4:47 PM To: "Gloria Gibson" <gloria.gibson@uni.edu>, "Ben Allen" <ben.allen@unLedu> cc: "Brenda Buzynski" <brenda.buzynski@unLedu>

Ben and Gloria here are the budget models from Bruce. I think with this model, we could maintain the school. I would love to discuss this with you Provost before our meeting on Friday. We could invite Bruce in order to provide tailored interpretations. Dr. Dwight C. Watson Dean, College of Education University of Northern Iowa

From: Bruce Rieks [mailto:bruce.rieks@uni.edu]

Sent: Monday, February 06, 20123:27
To: Dwight Watson

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Subject: PLSjR&D School Dwight, I have attached a file with two worksheets; one in R&D Reduction and the other in R&D Breakdown. The is a first attempt at applying your recent request to an analysis of the R&D School. As such, my hope is that this will serve as a foundation to update as we receive more input. Please note that the worksheet tabs are highlighted in red. I welcome any questions or suggestions you may have., Bruce Rieks

R&D school Breakdown_SSS_1.xlsx

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Subject: Fwd: Estimates ... From: Farzad Moussavi <farzad.moussavi@uni.edu> Date: 1/4/2012 5:27 PM To: gloria.gibson@uni.edu Gloria, On Tuesday, I suggested that we could only go back to the PLSquestion when we had figured out how much our program elimination exercise could reasonably yield. Now that we have Shashi's latest estimate, let's look at the picture. We cut pretty deep Tuesday and we now know it can yield around $l.5M, if everything falls into place. This represents a pretty deep cut but does not even come close to half the amount that is needed. So we should either cut much deeper or bring PLSinto the equation. For a $4M cut, the options are: 1. Go back to cutting programs and cut almost 3 times deeper than what we have already. 2. Cut another $1.5M from the programs plus $lM from PLS. 3. Cut as much as we have already and close the PLSfor the rest of the savings .. Option 1 is impossible. Option 2 might be achievable but we would have to cut some pretty vibrant programs to achieve it -- programs that would be more viable and stronger than PLS. Option 3 seems like the most feasible option. I hope you find this useful. Good luck at the retreat. Farzad

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Fwd: Estimates ...

Joel Haack <ioel.haack@uni.edu>, Philip Mauceri <philip.mauceri@uni.edu>, Kavita Dhanwada <kavita.dhanwada@uni.edu>, Mike Licari <michael.licari@uni.edu>, Ginny Arthur <virginia.arthur@uni.edu>, Gloria Gibson <gloria.gibson@uni.edu>, Pat Woelber <pat.woelber@uni.edu>

All: Please see attached for estimates sent in from the colleges. ! did not receive one from CaE yet. I added the interdisciplinary Thanks. Shashi. program to the list per the discussion in the meeting.

Shashi Kaparthi, Ph.D. Chief Information Officer (Cia) University of Northern Iowa

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CHAS RowS Row7 Row 10 German Teaching DIT suspension Physics-Combine with C&B+ES BO Olsen, Chancey BO 2 (He, Stollenwerk) Cut secretary $62,976 money taken $468,700

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Earth Science-Combine with C&B+Phys BO Walter, De Nault Theatre - Youth Emphasis GB stays in dept;pgm closes Provost takes back C. Colburn line German - close pgm Buyout RB, SB, BM Close PSM in Chern, Physics, Math Close Chern MAjMSjPSM pgms

$240,799

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$334,418 course load reassignment course load reassignment

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Geography Teaching

$24,940 (Based on recommendation to hire a lower cost replacement at $42,000)

$20,000 work for GB

$68,224
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Subject: Re: Fwd: Estimates ... From: Gloria Gibson <gloria.gibsongauni.edu>

6:13 PM To: Farzad Moussavi <farzad.moussavi@uni.edu> Thanks Farzad... I agree with your analysis! Gloria PM:

Date: 1/4/2012

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3/9/201211:44AM

ROOD School Study GEF Cost of the Program and the Facility it Occupies Version 1 - Transfer Tenure-Track Professors to C & I Prepared December 12, 2011

CONFIDENTIAL

Cost Saving Projection:

Elimination

of ROOD School program and facility with exception of Fieldhouse.

General Educational Fund Direct Costs: General Educational Fund transfer to the ROOD School Less: Retain tenure-track professors of assistant or above Countryman-tenured professor Stone-!~uredprofessor Swa~n-t~oured associat~.professor

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Cost to retain tenure track professors of asst & above ----'--(390,580) 2,890,421 Fund Savings 96,876 123,078 228 587 5,200 11,948 23,207 204,698 19,204 15,528 6,197 42,691 24,005 3,123 18,597 17,499 2,110 127 14,494 1,466 751 186 662 523 632,985

81,648 92,930 93,401 61,088 61,513

Net Direct General Educational

General Educational Fund Indirect Costs-Physical Plant: Utilities-electricity (no meter--estimate)(fuel cost only) Utilities-steam (metered)(fuel cost only) Utilities-Non-heating gas-meter 2-13402 Utilities-Non-heating gas-meter 2-20365 Utilities-Water-meter 1441993 Utilities-Sewer-meter 1441993 Insurance 186,000 sq feet; 42.9 MM bldg; 5 MM contents Custodial labor Custodial supplies Area maintenance Preventative maintenance Operations and maintenance labor Operations and maintenance supplies and services Outside vendor maintenance Grounds Area VII horticultural maintenance Grounds Area VII litter/trash removal Pest control labor Pest control supplies Grounds Area VII turf-mowing, trimming, edging Grounds Area VII Repair North elevator preventative maintenance North elevator repair South elevator preventative maintenance West elevator preventative maintenance Total Indirect Costs Total Indirect Costs x .9 Total Possible Cost Savings

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CONFIDENTIAL

Cost Saving Projection: Elimination of RDDD School program and facility with exception of Fieldhouse. General Educational Fund Direct Costs: General Educational Fund transfer to the RDDD School

3,281,001

(390,580) Less: RetairGenu~~·~instructors Maltas-tenured instructor Bromwich-tenured instructor Jf Ii Lockhart-tenured instructor Guenther-tenured instructor Hoffman-tenured instructor .: Spurr-tenured instructor Weber-tenured instructor Breitbach-tenured instructor Stichter, Mary-tenured instructor Knivsland-tenured instructor Doyle-tenured instructor Nielsen-tenured instructor Dykstra-tenured instructor Beckman-tenured instructor Miller-tenured instructor Struck-tenured instructor Hawbaker-tenured instructor Sticher, James-tenured instructor ~enured Instructor ':"(p(lWIw, ,0 retain tenured instrucfors

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CONFIDENTIAL General Educational Fund Indirect Costs-Physical Plant: Utilities-electricity (no meter--estimate)(fuel cost only) Utilities-steam (metered)(fuel cost only) Utilities-Nan-heating gas-meter 2-13402 Utilities-Nan-heating gas-meter 2-20365 Utilities-Water-meter 1441993 Utilities-Sewer-meter 1441993 Insurance 186,000 sq feet; 42.9 MM bldg; 5 MM contents Custodial labor Custodial supplies Area maintenance Preventative maintenance Operations and maintenance labor Operations and maintenance supplies and services Outside vendor maintenance Grounds Area VII horticultural maintenance Grounds Area Vlliitter/trash removal Pest control labor Pest control supplies Grounds Area VII turf-mowing, trimming, edging Grounds Area VII Repair North elevator preventative maintenance North elevator repair South elevator preventative maintenance West elevator preventative maintenance Total Indirect Costs Total Indirect Costs x .9 Total Possible Cost Savings

96,876 123,078 228 587 5,200 11,948 23,207 204,698 19,204 15,528 6,197 42,691 24,005 3,123 18,597 17,499 2,110 127 14,494 1,466 751 186 662 523 632,985 569,686 2,015,863

ROOD School Study GEF Cost of the Program and the Facility it Occupies Notes Prepared December 12, 2011 Notes Program costs are GEF costs per the F12 initial budget. January 1, 2012 salary increases for United Faculty are not included.

CONFIDENTIAL

Indirect Physical Plant costs are F11 actual costs of the facility per the Job Cost System. Electricity consumed by PLS is not metered, but steam consumption is metered. PLS utilizes 3.75 percent of campus steam production. Assumed 3.75 percent of electricity production. Indirect costs do not include subsidies provided by College of Education for deficit elimination. Labor concerns: UF contract provides for reduction in force. Temporary, term, and probationary tenure-track faculty must be eliminated before tenured faculty. UF would likely file grievances and a lawsuit. It may be possible to place P & S employees in other positions. P & S employees with continuing service must be provided 90 days notice and P & S employees with a term or probationary appointment should be provided 60 days notice. AFSCME employees have a contractual right to another position. A layoff plan must be filed with the Governor's Office for AFSCME employees. Any persons unemployed are entitled to unemployment compensation for 26 weeks. The University would be invoiced for the cost of the unemployment compensation by the State. Assumed the facility would be razed with the exception of the Fieldhouse of $1,500,000. Deferred maintenance of $16,976,850 at a cost

could be removed from the list if the facility is razed. Athletics.

Assumed the Fieldhouse would be assigned to Intercollegiate Assumed the Child Development

Center would be moved to another facility.

Assumed 90 percent of Physical Plant indirect costs could be saved if the facility is razed. (The Fieldhouse is ten percent of the net assignable square feet.) There is a $170,000 ADA/Fire A $4x,xxx dishwasher Safety Project underway in the facility. Should be stopped? Should the order be placed on hold?

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Ben Allen <ben.allen@uni.edu>,

More PLS financial info. - received late fall - 2011 from Mary Sue B. and Lyn C. Brenda Brenda Buzynski Ph.D. UNI - Office of the President 20 Seerley Hall, Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0705 PH: 319-273-2566 FAX: 319-273-6494 Brenda.Buzynski@uni.edu The University of Northern Iowa provides transformative learning experiences that inspire students to embrace challenge, engage in critical inquiry and creative thought, and contribute to society.

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General Fund Support Per Pupil Fundsr N=342; $5883/student) Special Education Monies MPLS Fees Total $3,281,001.00 $2,011,986.00 $108,986.37 $65,867.00 $5,467,840.37

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157,717.90

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Fee Revenue:

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Instrument Rental Fee-Band (45 x $601 Instrument Rental Fee-Orchestra (36 x $BO) Instrument Rental Fee-Percussion (8 x $50) Inslructional Malerials Fee K·4 (107' $45) Instructional Materials Fee 5-12 (241* $90 Narserv School (PK) Prouram Fee_Li9 x $'1,540) LasUNot Returned LIbrary Books I Late Payment Fees (at University cost) Textbook-Unreasonable Wear & Loss

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BALANCE

Re: Employee count at R&D School

Subject: Re: Employee count at R&D School From: Brenda Buzynski <brenda.buzynski@uni.edu> Date:

1/24/2012 6:50 PM
Gloria Gibson <Gloria.Gibson@uni.edu>, IIDr. Dwight
ll

To: Benjamin Allen <allenbaf@uni.edu>, C. Watson <dwight.watson@uni.edu>

more info. on PLS - from Bruce - 12.16.11.

- Brenda

Bruce Rieks said the following on 12/16/2011 3:50 PM: All, As requested from our recent meeting, I have attached a file the displays the employee count at the R&D School for FY 2009 through FY 2012. The net increase over that time frame is 15. The primary increase is with Faculty-Term/Renewable Term. 'I· I also reviewed the R&D Athletic budget. I discovered that the sheet provided by I Lynn that totaled $402,988 for Athletics included a formula error of $153,644. Her amount should be $249,344. I requested that Lynn confirm this since even this amount is not the same as what was formally submitted for the FY 2012 R&D Athletic budget. I will update once I receive her confirmation. By the way, my question to Lynn was asked strictly as a confirmation of one report to another. I Please let me know if you have any additional questions concerning this information. Thanks, Bruce Brenda Buzynski Ph.D. UNI - Office of the President 20 Seerley Hall, Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0705 PH: 319-273-2566 FAX: 319-273-6494 Brenda.Buzynski@uni.edu The University of Northern Iowa provides transformative learning experiences that inspire students to embrace challenge, engage in critical inquiry and creative thought, and contribute to society.

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Re: Employee count at R&D School

Subject: Re: Employee count at R&D School From: Dwight Watson <dwight.watson@uni.edu> Date: 1/24/2012 9:30 PM To: Brenda Buzynski <brenda.buzynski@uni.edu> CC: Benjamin Allen <allenbaf@uni.edu>, Gloria Gibson <Gloria.Gibson@uni.edu> Thanks Bruce. I will need your expertise to discuss the budget further. scheduling a meeting next week. I will work on

On Tue, Jan 24,2012 at 6:50 PM, Brenda Buzynski <brenda.buzynski@uni.edu> more info. on PLS- from Bruce - 12.16.11. - Brenda Bruce Rieks said the following on 12/16/20113:50 PM:

wrote:

All, As requested from our recent meeting, I have attached a file the displays the employee count at the R&D School for FY 2009 through FY2012. The net increase over that time frame is 15. The primary increase is with Faculty-Term/Renewable Term. I also reviewed the R&D Athletic budget. I discovered that the sheet provided by Lynn that totaled $402,988 for Athletics included a formula error of $153,644. Her amount should be $249,344. I requested that Lynn confirm this since even this amount is not the same as what was formally submitted for the FY 2012 R&D Athletic budget. I will update once I receive her confirmation. By the way, my question to Lynn was asked strictly as a confirmation of one report to another. Please let me know if you have any additional questions concerning this information. Thanks, Bruce

Brenda Buzynski Ph.D. UNI- Office of the President 20 Seerley Hall, Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0705 PH: 319-273-2566 FAX: 319-273-6494 Brenda.Buzynski@uni.edu The University of Northern Iowa provides transformative learning experiences that inspire students to embrace challenge, engage in critical inquiry and creative thought, and contribute to society.

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ROOD School Study GEF Cost of the Program and the Facility it Occupies Notes Prepared December 12, 2011 Notes Program costs are GEF costs per the F12 initial budget. January 1, 2012 salary increases for United Faculty are not included.

CONFIDENTIAL

Indirect Physical Plant costs are F11 actual costs of the facility per the Job Cost System. Electricity consumed by PLS is not metered, but steam consumption is metered. PLS utilizes 3.75 percent of campus steam production. Assumed 3.75 percent of electricity production. Indirect costs do not include subsidies provided by College of Education for deficit elimination. Labor concerns: UF contract provides for reduction in force. Temporary, term, and probationary tenure-track faculty must be eliminated before tenured faculty. UF would likely file grievances and a lawsuit. It may be possible to place P & S employees in other positions. P & S employees with continuing service must be provided 90 days notice and P & S employees with a term or probationary appointment should be provided 60 days notice. AFSCME employees have a contractual right to another position. A layoff plan must be filed with the Governor's Office for AFSCME employees. Any persons unemployed are entitled to unemployment compensation for 26 weeks. The University would be invoiced for the cost of the unemployment compensation by the State. Assumed the facility would be razed with the exception of the Fieldhouse at a cost of $1,500,000. Deferred maintenance of $16,976,850 could be removed from the list if the facility is razed. Assumed the Fieldhouse would be assigned to Intercollegiate Athletics. Assumed the Child Development Center would be moved to another facility. Assumed 90 percent of Physical Plant indirect costs could be saved if the facility is razed. (The Fieldhouse is ten percent of the net assignable square feet.) There is a $170,000 ADA/Fire Safety Project underway in the facility. Should be stopped? A $4x,xxx dishwasher has been bid for the Nutrition Program. Should the order be placed on hold?

ROOD School Study GEF Cost of the Program and the Facility it Occupies Version 1 - Transfer Tenure-Track Professors to C & I Prepared December 12, 2011

CONFIDENTIAL

Cost Saving Projection: Elimination of ROOD School program and facility with exception of Fieldhouse. General Educational Fund Direct Costs: General Educational Fund transfer to the ROOD School Less: Retain tenure-track professors of assistant or above Countryman-tenured professor Stone-!enuredprofessor Swann-Umured associate professor

3,281,001

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Cost to retain tenure track professors of asst & above (390,580) 2,890,421 96,876 123,078 228 587 5,200 11,948 23,207 204,698 19,204 15,528 6,197 42,691 24,005 3,123 18,597 17,499 2,110 127 14,494 1,466 751 186 662 523 632,985

81,648 92,930 93,401 61,088 ___;;..;..:,.;:....:...:_ 61,513

Net Direct General Educational Fund Savings General Educational Fund Indirect Costs-Physical Plant: Utilities-electricity (no meter--estimate)(fuel cost only) Utilities-steam (metered)(fuel cost only) Utilities-Nan-heating gas-meter 2-13402 Utilities-Non-heating gas-meter 2-20365 Utilities-Water-meter 1441993 Utilities-Sewer-meter 1441993 Insurance 186,000 sq feet; 42,9 MM bldg; 5 MM contents Custodial labor Custodial supplies Area maintenance Preventative maintenance Operations and maintenance labor Operations and maintenance supplies and services Outside vendor maintenance Grounds Area VII horticultural maintenance Grounds Area VII litter/trash removal Pest control labor Pest control supplies Grounds Area VII turf-mowing, trimming, edging Grounds Area VII Repair North elevator preventative maintenance North elevator repair South elevator preventative maintenance West elevator preventative maintenance Total Indirect Costs Total Indirect Costs x .9 Total Possible Cost Savings

«lit
569,686 3,460,107

RDDD School Study GEF Cost of the Program and the Facility it Occupies Version 2 - Transfer Tenure Track Professors & Tenured Instructors to C & I Prepared December 12, 2011

CONFIDENTIAL

Cost Saving Projection:

Elimination of RDDD School program and facility with exception of Fieldhouse.

General Educational Fund Direct Costs: General Educational Fund transfer to the ROOD School Less: Retain tenure-track professors of assistant or above

3,281,001

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61,034 65,940 69,968 80,206 72,857 62,169 81,082 69,036 79,644 76,912 73,686 75,731 88,467 79,072 88,039 92,135 79,274 76,652 72,340 (1,444,244) 1,446,177

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Net Direct General Educational Fund Savings

Continued on Next Page

CONFIDENTIAL General Educational Fund Indirect Costs-Physical Plant: Utilities-electricity (no meter--estimate)(fuel cost only) Utilities-steam (metered)(fuel cost only) Utilities-Nan-heating gas-meter 2-13402 Utilities-Nan-heating gas-meter 2-20365 Utilities-Water-meter 1441993 Utilities-Sewer-meter 1441993 Insurance 186,000 sq feet; 42.9 MM bldg; 5 MM contents Custodial labor Custodial supplies Area maintenance Preventative maintenance Operations and maintenance labor Operations and maintenance supplies and services Outside vendor maintenance Grounds Area VII horticultural maintenance Grounds Area VII litter/trash removal Pest control labor Pest control supplies Grounds Area VII turf-mowing, trimming, edging Grounds Area VII Repair North elevator preventative maintenance North elevator repair South elevator preventative maintenance West elevator preventative maintenance Total Indirect Costs Total Indirect Costs x .9 Total Possible Cost Savings

96,876 123,078 228 587 5,200 11,948 23,207 204,698 19,204 15,528 6,197 42,691 24,005 3,123 18,597 17,499 2,110 127 14,494 1,466 751 186 662 523 632,985 569,686 2,015,863

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA R&D School Data

GEF Support: SWFB Supplies & Svcs Total Support

$

3,215,675 65,326 3,281,001

$

Employee Count: 1) Executive/Administrative/Managerial 2) Instruction (faculty) - 31 Tenured Probationary 3) Faculty-Term/Renewable 4) Other Professionals 5) Clerical and Secretarial 6) Technical/Paraprofessionals Total Count Term - Itlfed ktJ II· 2111,;.
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Subject:

Fwd: follow-up 2:15 PM

/ info. by Sun.

From: Brenda Buzynski <brenda.buzynski@uni.edu> Date: 2/5/2012 To: Ben Allen <ben.allen@uni.edu> Ben, I trust - you're are receiving what you need for Mon. Re: PLSI did provide Re: PLSQ. - Do we need 1 document consistent - (perhaps of the top 20-2S questions) with our answers? - I just wonder if we need a Q&A doc. - with all talking points(do we wait untill after your review on Mon. answers etc. - that Gloria, Dwight - and you all agree on - re: rationale - I could - coordinate for decisions - next steps etc ....... etc .... ??? ... - perhaps mid next-week - do we need a Gloria - the same document - I gave you - 4 pgs. - may provide a few comments re: PLS .... and I think Gloria has some info. from Dwight.. ..

- and if all goes well - then prepare this document?) - Down the road - I'm concerned plan for that? - who /how -- On another note -I've

- work with Dwight/Gloria

- that we have a plan - for / handling

the calls, traffic - after the announcement..

will we handle emails, phone calls, traffic etc .... ???? been doing a bit of research - into - our discussion actions ---- w/ regard to UNI - and transfer in looking into this further - and exploring - about an approach on CC etc students -- mostly - we have the FofExcellence and - some research findings - on this .... -Iearning report on Transfer students students - academically, - that

has some thoughts

/ suggested interested

about our own transfer

etc ... --partnerships,

Main point here -I'm

- how I can help further

- w/ Cc etc ... - our relationships

econ. dev., .... - I'll try to put down some thoughts

/ methodology

what we know now - etc. ---

And - we will begin on Mon. - some research into other Thanks, - Brenda

Lab schools that have closed ....

-------- Original Message -------Subject:follow-up From:Brenda Organization:University from Fri. meeting - reminders for Sat/ SundayDate:Fri, 03 Feb 2012 17:22:46 -0600 Buzynski <brenda.buzynski@uni.edu> of Northern Iowa

To:cabinetonly@uni.edu

Cabinet Quick

follow-up on today' seek s meeting answers - -on: -

Ben - on Monday - to

1. - need bd. support on decisions 2. - need bd. support - that we are the leaders in pk-12 education keep the r&d going ... we are expanding our research - center for innovation in education / research institute ??? 3. - future "special" bd. meeting - will it be March 21? (in-person not telephonic) - in Des Moines? INFO. to 1. 2. Terry send BEN - by Sunday set-aside - info. noon - for Ben's meeting on WED - Feb. 8

- tuition

Gloria/Shashi

on AA, severance - (athletics, print

pkg , , museum, services, - for other sev. areas pkg. being

3. Terry explored) 4. Michael

- non-academic - possible

sources

/ amounts

of funds talking

5. Gloria/Brenda 6. Bill soon .... 7. Jim ... - is keep

- info. working

on PLs of

- possible donors/friends

points need happen our to contact

on list

- we will - what needed has with to

on eye on the perspective

timing/dates/ on any action

when ....

8. Pat leaders

keeping

legislative

INCLUDE as much info. as possible - re: dollar/personnel impact - # of programs, If questions, please let me know.

a "range" of the staff, dollars saved, Brenda

etc.

Thanks,

Brenda Buzynski Ph.D. UNI - Office of the President 2@ Seer ley Hall, Cedar Falls,

IA S@614-@7@S

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draft list - task forces

Subject: draft list - task forces From: Brenda Buzynski <brenda.buzynski@unLedu> Date:

1/19/20129:18 PM

To: cabinetonly@uni.edu Cabinet Only, Attached is a DRAFT - start - to a list of the Task Forces - and some on-going Councils - that might want to be referenced - in some talking points - to provide some context - to the start of several efforts to review and implement change. (Note: we are making a separate list that pertains to all the PLS TaskForces/study committees etc.) *** We also have: 1) 3 FY12 budget messages -- that reference - "changes will occur" - announced - "challenges,

2) Also - the "Town Hall" meeting held in November choices, and change"

*** We will continue to review and update the "Task Force" list --- and please email other "Task Forces/Councils" - that you would like added to the list. We welcome your feedback as soon as possible. *** (Again, please note: we are making a separate list that pertains to all the PLS TaskForces/study committees etc.) *** Thanks, Brenda Brenda Buzynski Ph.D. UNI - Office of the President 20 Seerley Hall, Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0705 PH: 319-273-2566 FAX: 319-273-6494 ~enda;Buzynski@uni.edu The University of Northern Iowa provides transformative learning experiences that inspire students to embrace challenge, engage in critical inquiry and creative thought, and contribute to society.

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~more Pi.S fin. info.

Subject: more PLSfin. info. From: Brenda Buzynski <brenda.buzynski@unLedu> Date: 1/24/2012 6:48 PM

To: "Dr. Dwight C. Watson" <dwight.watson@unLedu>, "Gloria.gibson@uni.edu" <Gloria.gibson@uni.edu>

Ben Allen <ben.allen@unLedu>,

More PLS financial info. - received late fall - 2011 from Mary Sue B. and Lyn C. Brenda Brenda Buzynski Ph.D. UNI - Office of the President 20 Seerley Hall, Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0705 PH: 319-273-2566 FAX: 319-273-6494
~C~lJg9!~lJ~YIJ?kJ@lJllt~~qlJ.

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Unlversity of Northern Iowa Malcolm Price Laboratory School (Transforming Comprehensive General Fund Revenue Budget 2011-2012 r,..-1.:.

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Revenue
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University of Northern Iowa Price Laboratory School (ROOD School) Comprehensive General Fund Revenue Budget 2011-2012 Proposed Resources: Ranell Richter 3-2414 Terry Kelter 3-2514 Lynn Countryman 3-2614 Carrie OeBerg 553-2422

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Re: TEF Special Meeting

Subject: Re: TEF Special Meeting From: "virginia.arthur@uni.edu" <virginia.arthur@uni.edu> Date: 2/24/2012 7:02 AM To: "Michael Licari" <michaeLlicari@uni.edu>,"Gloria.gibson@uni.edu" <Gloria.gibson@uni.edu>,"Ben Allen" <Ben.Allen@uni.edu> It's not the request for the Council to meet that's disturbing but the tenor of the communication with the coordinators and the fact that she (willfully) ignores that this is a time when the dean, provost or president should be handling communications at the district level. Ginny Sent from my HTC on the Now Network from Sprint! ----- Reply message ----From: "Michael Licari" <michaeLlicari@uni.edu> Date: Thu, Feb 23, 2012 11:59 pm Subject: TEF Special Meeting To: "Gloria.gibson@uni.edu" <Gloria.gibson@uni.edu>, "virginia Arthur" <virginia.arthur@uni.edu>

"Ben Allen" <Ben.Allen@uni.edu>,

FYI.
The sentiment of the petition came up in the Teacher Ed Executive Council meeting on Tuesday, so I'm not surprised. Mike -------- Original Message -------Subject:TEF Special Meeting Date:Thu, 23 Feb 2012 22:05:32 -0600 From:Becky Hawbaker <becky.hawbaker@uni.edu> To:TEF-all@uni.edu, "plselem@uni.edu" <plselem@uni.edu>, <plsmid@uni.edu>, "plshs@uni.edu" <plshs@uni.edu>

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According to the UNI Teacher Education bylaws: "Special meetings of the Teacher Education Faculty may be called by petition of 25 voting members of the Teacher Education Faculty. The petition is submitted to the Chair of the TEF and must specify the reasons for calling the meeting. Such meetings shall take place within 30 calendar days of receipt of the

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petition. Twenty percent of the voting members of the Teacher Education Faculty shall be present to constitute a quorum for voting. Voting may also be conducted electronically ..... AII faculty who regularly teach Professional Education Sequence courses or methods courses in any college or who supervise field experiences are required voting members" As TEF Chair, I have received a such a petition for a special emergency meeting to respond to President Allen's recommendation to close Price Lab School effective June 30, 2012. See below: "The recommendation to close Malcolm Price Lab School was made without consultation or discussion with any UNI Teacher Education governing bodies. Such action is disturbing for many reasons. First, it demonstrates a disregard for the Iowa Chapter 79 Unit Governance standard and the recent restructuring of teacher education governance when UNI did not meet this standard in the last accreditation cycle. More importantly, this recommendation will have a significant, direct, and potentially grave impact on the teacher education program. The draconian scope of the recommendation, the quick timeline for implementation, and the lack of any clear plan for replacing the vital contributions of Price Lab and its faculty put the teacher education program at serious risk. Because the Board of Regents has announced a special meeting to consider the MPLS closure recommendation on Monday, the petitioners ask the Chair of the Teacher Education Faculty to call a special emergency meeting for tomorrow, Friday, February 24th, in any available space in Schindler Education Center, to allow the teacher education stakeholders to weigh in on the recommendation. Further, the petitioners call for special meetings of the UNI Elementary and Secondary Senates on Teacher Education to do the same" I hearby call for a special emergency meeting of the UNI Teacher Education Faculty for tomorrow, Friday, February 24th at 3:30, in Schindler Education Center. I have requested a classroom, but if one is not available, we will meet in the lobby. Given the timeline, I will attempt to make an electronic ballot available even if a quorum is present at the meeting. FYI, below is an email I sent to PDS Site Coordinators in Cedar Falls and

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Waterloo Schools this morning. So far, I have responses from only two schools ...with mixed reactions (not counting the responses from those who said only that they are praying for me) As you know, yesterday UNI President Ben Allen announced that he is recommending the closure of Price Lab School effective July 1, 2012. My faculty line is in Price Lab and the extent of layoffs and reassignments is unclear. It may not be my job to coordinate field experiences with you next year, but it will be someone's job, so I want to be proactive about gathering information for whoever is in that role regarding the extent to which we can scale up to absorb field experiences currently at Price Lab. Every year there are more than 1000 student field experiences at Price Lab (varying from 1377 to a high of 1904 last year) that total more than 20,000 contact hours. Not all are absolutely required to meet minimum required by the state (80 hours prior to student teaching), but they are all important to maintaining a quality program. The most critical need will be the Level 2 field experience. Last year, there were about 300 Level 2s in the fall and spring semesters and about 20 in May term. That usually breaks down as 200 elementary and 100 secondary, although secondary numbers have been increasing. The current configuration of Level 2 is 25 hours with a placement that allows students to see learning progressions (i.e., scheduling the student multiple times per week rather than once a week like Level 1). Level 2 students are expected to plan and teach two formal lessons using the Teacher Work Sample methodology. When we piloted some Level 2 placements at Hansen, Central, Cedar Falls, and Edison in 2007, we provided a university supervisor to provide the journaling, reflection, and lesson planning expectations for the experience to limit demands on the mentor teacher, and I would hope that the new model would preserve that and other supports for the mentor teachers. The other experiences are varied. Many are experiences your teachers have hosted before, but UNI used Price Lab as the back up when they could not find enough teachers (e.g., the science methods courses, math methods courses, elementary literacy courses, elementary social studies methods). Others have used Price Lab exclusively for all sections of the

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course (e.g., Expressive Arts). If these most of these experiences are maintained and if they continue to occur in the local area, I estimate that UNI will need to roughly triple the number of placements in all of the local schools (including the rural and private schools we work with). It may be that UNI will need to develop models that would enable students to complete field experiences outside of the local area in our student teaching network to meet this demand, but those relationships and models take time to develop. I'll be honest. I am in a complete panic about how to make this all work in time for fall, and sort of hope it won't be my job to do it. Please discuss this with your teachers and ask them about their willingness to host Level 2 students and/or to increase the number of Level 1, 3 or other 'experiences, and tell me what they say and what you think. Consider whether it would be best to move to models in which schools specialize in a particular experience rather than placing multiple experiences in all schools and other strategies or approaches. Thank you for all of your support. I will stay in contact and pass on information from my end and hope that you will do the same from yours.

Becky Wilson Hawbaker Director of the Professional Development School (PDS) Coordinator of Field Experiences Coordinator of Teacher Education Initiatives at Price Lab School University of Northern Iowa office (319) 273-7664 fax (319) 273-6457

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II. TIMING:
Feb. 3 - need support of our local legislators Feb. 6 week - need support of our Board Jason Glass and dept. of education DickJ. Mike P. Other donors/friends - before announcing

All messages, talking points - to be determined.

Feb. 13 - Meeting with Jason Glass and Katie M. to confirm timing and decisions - firm up all talking points - individuals/groups Feb. 16 - Ben meet with 2 editorial boards to notify etc.

Feb. 17 - (Thurs.) Feb. 18 - (Fri.)

preview message to campus and stakeholders

Feb. 20 - hold meetings - 3 - 30 minute meetings with groups of faculty ...
Feb. 20 - R&D Advisory Councilinform of change - notify of GF budget reduction

Feb. 20 - 3:15 pm - meet with PLSfaculty/staff

Feb. 20 - 4pm- announce changes to CAMPUS - Great Reading Room

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III.

DRAFTannouncement - talking points:

As you know the landscape in education is changing. learners, and teaching standards/requirements

New technology,

distance delivery systems, new is dynamic

- always evolving and changing. The environment

and we need to be flexible, innovative, and adaptable to change.

1.

Need Innovative Model to broaden our outreach - to conduct research throughout research - that allows us to change. As education

Iowa.

We need a model for conducting

reform is continuously

evolving - our research cannot be bound to one place. - We need the autonomy where it is best suited to be completed. research throughout Iowa.

to conduct research -

We need to - and want to broaden our outreach by conducting

2.

Need to Strengthen

and Focus our research to address state needs.

We will strengthen educators. diverse learners.

our research focus - and continue to be a resource for pre-service through career and complete evidence-based research - that meets the changing needs of - and this To do this, we will conduct research - where it is best suited to be completed by place.

We will coordinate

cannot be restricted

3.

Plan to Implement

an Innovation Center for Education to focus on PK-12 education

research. Pending

Board approval, the Center will be within the College of Education and connected with pre-service education and in-service professionals. (Does the Board need to approve a Center - before announcing?) As part of education reform, we will strengthen will work closely with the Iowa's Department and broaden our outreach throughout Iowa. We will

increase our research capacity and bolster our efforts to meet the education of Education.

research needs of our state. We

Innovation Center for Education at UNI 2 Key Components: • • Partnerships with K-12's throughout Virtual partnerships/relationships the state etc ...)

(via research, dissemination,

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At UNI - we have the responsibility to get the best "thinkers" - we need to leverage obtaining the best thinkers - develop research questions - have a Center of INNOVATION and connect to other Centers at UNI and throughout Iowa (disability, IMSEP, etc.)

*** Think

Tank to also recommend

policy changes - have a policy advocacy group to improve

learning throughout

the state - DE would look to this THINK TANK as a resource to help drive

state policy and have an impact on the STATE and NATION

***
with Iowa school

The Center will consist of professors with PK-12 experiences who will work collaboratively districts. We will focus on addressing state needs. For example, the center will focus on generating, researching the effectiveness environment Center would: Act as a clearinghouse for innovative pedagical techniques and curriculum for teachers of project-based education in a contemporary-based

piloting, and

reaching and learning

design and development

Create a repository of innovative Provide best practices

research and practices that all PK-12 teachers can access

Support and provide professional development

To strengthen distributed

and expand our research capacity - we will reallocate resources. with other prominent

We will invest in conducting and evidence-based

a

model of research. We will hire a Research Director - with extensive education research the world - and lead the university in completing the US. We are investing further in our commitment to of research needed by Iowa, the

experience - who can provide leadership to collaborating researchers throughout Midwest, and throughout

We will continue to be the leaders in preK-12 education. conduct research. Research is continuous

and evolving - and we will work closely with the Department

Education to identify and investigate research - that is needed in Iowa.

We will hire a Research Director. We will reallocate resources to invest in building our educational research capacity.

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We will reduce GF support to Price Lab School. We will seek Board approval in March, 2012 to change state code. We will work with our legislators to change state CODE - as needed.

There are a number of reasons - but a partial list includes: 1) 2) 3) 4) We have too many limitations with the current model and structure of MPLS.

The focus of our model need to be on Research and Development Boundaries are in-place - and we have annual restrictions Declining enrollment. School has experienced on growing the school with more students. over that past few years.

declining enrollment

(Projected - best case scenario - not until 2025 - would we have 425 students.) 5) We need more flexibility with hiring practices (master agreement precludes us) - and the current

model and structure does not allow for this. We need new and innovative approaches(We can ask for waivers for the state - but we need to be creative in our hiring practices and have flexibility.) 6) Structure - we don't have the facility needed to conduct new and innovative . A new building is needed and given the size of the school, it is cost prohibitive for the enrollment we have. research and outreach . to build a new school

(Biggest problem - is the windows are not cost efficient.) 7) Resources - state appropriations can invest in state-of-the-art have declined - and we need to reallocate our resources - so we approaches, and help

research - that will result in new and innovative

our state's education reform efforts. (What amount of resources - are we reallocating? of Researcher) 8) Our Professional Development partnership community improvement School (model) - has proven, that conducting community our pre-service teacher $1.5 M will be reallocated -and we will hire a Dir.

clinical experiences in area schools - works exceptionally with the Cedar Falls and Waterloo of PreK-12 student achievement.

well. This model is an innovative schools that creates a hybrid learning and it focuses on the

- to bring about exemplary teaching and learning environments,

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General Fund $ FY09 = $4,049,000* FY10 = $3,098,000 FY11 = $3,523,000 FY12 = $3,281,000 (I believe they received add'tl support from Contino Ed., Col. of Ed. etc.) AND (316,000 in STATE per pupil funding) AND ($2,328,130 STATE per pupil funding = $3,839,000 = $5,609,130

*FY13 - projected - reduce GF $3.2 -1.5

= $1.7 M in GF support + approx. $2.1 M = $3.8M*

*IN FY13 - budget of $3.8M - reverts the budget back to the FY09 budget level.

IV. Questions:

1.

How much will we save - if we close the school?

Operational cost - building - $596,686 savings Personnel costs - varies - depends FY12 - Total Support General Fund = 3.28 M Per pupil (state) = $2.3 M Total = $5.6 M

1. What support is provided to PLS? Currently: GF =$3,281,001 (State) Per Pupil Fund= $2,328,130 Total = $5,609,131 2. What is the cost to operate MPLS? Personnel= $ 4,456,877 Supplies & Services= $1,031,560 Transfers Out= $120,694 Total= $5,609,131

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However, if add hot lunch program of $235,744 = 5,844,875 Hot lunch program cost? 234,744 (Hot lunch is supported by students =$134,855 + GF =$100,889

What is the savings by closing MPLS? 1) If closing the building: = $596,686 savings

(but keep Nielsen fieldhouse)

2)

If close building and transfer 5 ten. track and 19 ten. instructors

to COE to C&I = $2,015,863 savings

(no longer operate the school, no more tenured faculty, clerical, nurse, guidance counselor etc.)

***

How will a reduction

of $1.5 million in GF support

be implemented

at MPLS? faculty, there may be

Many of the details will be determined some creative staff scheduling We will maintain quality instruction!

but there will be some cuts to: administration,

Question

2) Schindler Hall planning team - need to find out plans - for including remodel"outreach" room .... / high tech. room etc.

with

"research capacity" - and having a statewide

Question

3) How can our legislators

help?

We need their help - to reshape - how we will go forward - and be the leaders in pK-12 - education - and conduct research that is needed by the state of Iowa. We need their support - when changing CODE - and to help restate our commitment to our mission - of continuing to be a leader in prek-12 education. in conducting

We will continue to be prominent

leaders in the teacher education program and invest further research - that will meet the state of Iowa needs. to the school of their choice in Fall 2013.

extensive and innovative educational Help us transition students/families

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Question 4) Approval? Important to note that these changes are contingent on CODE changes upon:

Board approval of going forward to change CODE Legislative approvalBoard approval of closing the school

5)

When did the Audit take place? Report released from the State Auditor - June, 2009

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