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  • Platinum Sponsor
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • Gold Sponsors
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • War and Rumors of WarEquity Center’s 15th Annual School Finance & Legislative Workshop
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
  • 3
  • A World Class Education for All Texas Children
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
  • 4
  • A World Class Education for All Texas Children
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
  • 5
  • Practical?
  • Aspirational
  • Before anything else, EFFICIENCY is Absolutely Key to the Solution
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • Every dollar spent, must address a state-recognized cost.
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • $2,000,000,000 every year is spent without regard to a state-recognized cost.
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • Is there any wonder we don’t have enough money to fully fund Bilingual Education?
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • Is there any wonder we don’t have enough money to provide all small districts with the funding the state already recognizes as necessary?
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • Is there any wonder we don’t have enough money to update the Cost-of-Education Index?
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • Is there any wonder we don’t have enough money to increase the Basic Allotment?
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • 3
  • We need greater efficiency in how the state distributes the money it is already spending?
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  • Equity Center
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  • 4
  • World Class requires a sacrifice, but even more, it requires a real-world commitment.
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • 5
  • Our children, their ability to make Texas competitive on a global stage in the future, matter more than the politics of today.
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • What we have been doing has broken the system.
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • We should probably stop doing it.
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • 8
  • The Basic Allotment is BASIC to School Funding.
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • 9
  • Basic Allotments since 2009
  • School Year Maximum Basic Allotment2009-2010$4,765 2010-2011$4,765 2011-2012$4,765 2012-2013$4,765 2013-2014$4,950 2014-2015$5,040
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  • Equity Center
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  • $275 Increase (5.8%) in two years!
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  • Basic Allotments since 2009
  • School Year Maximum Basic Allotment2009-2010$4,765 2010-2011$4,765 2011-2012$4,765 2012-2013$4,765 2013-2014$4,950 2014-2015$5,040
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • $275 Increase (5.8%) in 5 years
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  • Hypothetical 2% Increase since 2009
  • School Year Maximum Basic Allotment2009-2010$4,765 2010-2011$4,860 2011-2012$4,9582012-2013$5,0572013-2014$5,158 2014-2015$5,261
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  • Equity Center
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  • $496 increase (10.4%)
  • 2
  • Hypothetical 1.0113% Increase since 2009
  • School Year Maximum Basic Allotment2009-2010$4,765 2010-2011$4,819 2011-2012$4,8732012-2013$4,9282013-2014$4,984 2014-2015$5,040
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • $275 Increase (5.8%)
  • 3
  • Basic Allotment Over Six YearsAnnual vs. Actual Periodic Increases
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  • Equity Center
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  • 4
  • Basic Allotment Over Six YearsAnnual vs. Actual Periodic Increases
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  • Equity Center
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  • 5
  • Tier 1 Poor and Tier 2 Rich
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  • Equity Center
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  • Tier 1 Poor and Tier 2 Rich
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • 7
  • $35 GL Unchanged Since 1999
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  • Equity Center
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  • 8
  • Litigation
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • 9
  • Revenue per WADA at Adopted Tax Rate
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  • Equity Center
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  • Average Adopted Tax Rates
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  • Equity Center
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  • 1
  • Local Option Homestead Exemption
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  • Equity Center
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  • 2
  • Classroom Disadvantage
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • $43,845
  • 3
  • El Paso ISD and Glen Rose ISD
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  • Equity Center
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  • $72,359
  • 4
  • Trying to Justify an Unfair Advantage
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • Districts with high funding levels before equity
  • Mediocrity
  • 5
  • Trying to Justify an Unfair Advantage
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
  • 35
  • Districts with high funding levels before equity
  • Mediocrity
  • Districts with even LOWER funding levels
  • before
  • equity
  • 6
  • One Texas
  • 01/25/2015
  • Equity Center
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  • Equity CenterStanding Up for Texas Taxpayers and Children
  • 01/25/2015
  • 37
  • Equity Center
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