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COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE


STATE & FEDERAL UPDATE
JANUARY 26, 2016
OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS

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Agenda
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Governors Proposed 2016-17 Budget


Federal update

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Californias 2016-17 Budget


Total State General Fund Resources Available:
$125.8 billion
Total Prop 98 Funding (K-14 funding) is
$71.6 billion, an increase of $2.4 billion over
2015-16
Incorporates sunset effective January 1, 2017
of temporary 0.25% sales and use tax
increase that is part of Prop. 30

Personal Income Tax increase sunsets at end of 2018

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Californias 2016-17 Budget


$2.8 billion in new funds for the Local Control
Funding Formula (LCFF), which brings the total
LCFF implementation to 95 percent
$1.2 billion in one-time discretionary funding
distributed on a per ADA basis

LAUSD share estimated at $107.5 million


Offsets state mandate reimbursement claims

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Californias 2016-17 Budget


Second installment of $300 million for the Career
Technical Education Incentive Grant Program.
No commitments on a state school facilities bond,
but the Governor will continue to work with the
Legislature to reform the current program
Allocates an additional $30 million in one-time
funds for academic and behavioral supports,
building on $10 million provided in 2015-16

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Californias 2016-17 Budget

Provides an increase of $47.8 million ($30.9 million


Proposition 98 and $16.9 million General Fund) to
reflect a full-year implementation of child care and
preschool investments made in last years budget that
includes:
An

increase of 7,030 slots for full-day State Preschool


(beginning January 1, 2016)
The 4.5 percent increase to the Regional Market
Reimbursement Rate, and the 5 percent rate increase for
license-exempt providers (beginning October 1, 2015)

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Early Education Block Grant

The Early Education Block Grant Proposal:


Collapses

three major programs that total $1.6 billion


into one, which includes State Preschool, Transitional
Kindergarten, and the Preschool Quality Rating and
Improvement System
Other programs, such as the Head Start Program and a
mix of state and federal funded child care, could be
included in the proposal
The Administration intends to engage stakeholders to
develop details of the proposal by the May Revision

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Early Education Block Grant

Early Education Block Grant Proposal Objectives:


Give

school districts maximum flexibility to meet the


needs of their 4 and 5 year olds
Prioritize services for low-income and at-risk children
Integrate and align accountability to a school districts
current Local Control Accountability Plan
Hold harmlessschool districts will not receive less
funding under the block grant than it received under
the prior pre-kindergarten programs