Bill Text: FL S2500 | 2017 | Special Session | Introduced

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Bill Title: Supplemental Appropriations

Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)

Status: (Engrossed - Dead) 2017-06-09 - Laid on Table, companion bill(s) passed, see HB 3-A (Ch. 2017-234) [S2500 Detail]

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    SECTION 1 - EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT

      EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1


    SECTION 2 - EDUCATION (ALL OTHER FUNDS)

      EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     3

    ITEMIZATION OF EXPENDITURE TOTALS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     9

    SUMMARY BY SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    10

    SUMMARY FOR ALL SECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    11

    SUMMARY BY SECTION BY DEPARTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    12

SECTION 1 - EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION

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                            A bill to be entitled

             An act making appropriations;   providing moneys for
             the annual period beginning July 1, 2017, and ending
             June 30, 2018, to fund the Florida Education Finance
             Program; providing an effective date.

   Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:

   The  moneys  contained  herein are appropriated from the named funds for
   Fiscal  Year  2017-2018 to the state agency indicated, as the amounts to
   fund the Florida Education Finance Program.

   SECTION 1 - EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT "LOTTERY" TRUST FUND

   The   moneys  contained  herein  are  appropriated  from  the  Education
   Enhancement "Lottery" Trust Fund to the state agencies indicated.

EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF

PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DIVISION OF

PROGRAM: STATE GRANTS/K-12 PROGRAM - FEFP

   The calculations of the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP) for the
   2017-2018  fiscal  year  are  incorporated  by  reference in Senate Bill
   2502-A.  The  calculations  are the basis for the appropriations made in
   Specific Appropriations 7, 8, 9, 91, and 92 of this act.

   7   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA EDUCATIONAL
        FINANCE PROGRAM
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       404,555,678

   Funds   provided   in   Specific   Appropriation   7  are  allocated  in
   Specific Appropriation 91.

   8   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CLASS SIZE REDUCTION
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       103,776,356

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  8  and 92 are provided to implement
   the requirements of sections 1003.03 and 1011.685, Florida Statutes. The
   class  size  reduction  allocation  factor for grades prekindergarten to
   grade  3 shall be $1,317.03, for grades 4 to 8 shall be $898.36, and for
   grades  9  to  12  shall be $900.53. The class size reduction allocation
   shall  be  recalculated based on enrollment through the October 2017 FTE
   survey  except  as  provided in section 1003.03(4), Florida Statutes. If
   the   total   class  size  reduction  allocation  is  greater  than  the
   appropriation  in  Specific  Appropriations  8  and  92,  funds shall be
   prorated  to  the  level  of  the appropriation based on each district's
   calculated   amount.   The   Commissioner   of  Education  may  withhold
   disbursement  of  these  funds  until  a  district is in compliance with
   reporting information required for class size reduction implementation.

   9   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - DISTRICT LOTTERY AND
        SCHOOL RECOGNITION PROGRAM
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       134,582,877

   Funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  9  are  provided  for  the  Florida
   School  Recognition  Program to be allocated as awards of up to $100 per
   student  to  qualified  schools  pursuant  to  section  1008.36, Florida
   Statutes.

   If  there  are  funds  remaining after payment to qualified schools, the
   balance  shall be allocated as discretionary lottery funds to all school
   districts  based on each district's K-12 base funding. From these funds,
   school  districts  shall  allocate up to $5 per unweighted student to be
   used  at  the  discretion  of  the  school  advisory council pursuant to
   section  24.121(5),  Florida  Statutes.  If  funds  are  insufficient to
   provide $5 per student, the available funds shall be prorated.


TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE GRANTS/K-12 PROGRAM - FEFP
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       642,914,911

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       642,914,911

TOTAL OF SECTION 1

       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       642,914,911

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       642,914,911

SECTION 2 - EDUCATION (ALL OTHER FUNDS)
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION

SECTION 2 - EDUCATION (ALL OTHER FUNDS)

   The moneys contained herein are appropriated from the named funds to the
   Department  of  Education as the amounts to be used to pay the salaries,
   other operational expenditures and fixed capital outlay.

EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF

PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DIVISION OF

PROGRAM: STATE GRANTS/K-12 PROGRAM - FEFP

   The calculations of the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP) for the
   2017-2018  fiscal  year  are  incorporated  by  reference in Senate Bill
   2502-A.  The  calculations  are the basis for the appropriations made in
   Specific Appropriations 7, 8, 9, 91, and 92 of this act.

  91   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA EDUCATIONAL
        FINANCE PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .    7,822,840,589
        FROM STATE SCHOOL TRUST FUND . . . .                        70,438,902

   Funds   provided   in   Specific   Appropriations  7  and  91  shall  be
   allocated using a base student allocation of $4,204.45 for the FEFP.

   Funds   provided   in   Specific   Appropriations   7  and  91  for  the
   supplemental allocation for juvenile justice education programs shall be
   allocated  pursuant  to  the  formula  provided  in section 1011.62(10),
   Florida Statutes. The allocation factor shall be $1,240.91.

   From   the   funds   provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  7  and  91,
   juvenile  justice  education programs shall receive funds as provided in
   section  1003.52(13),  Florida  Statutes.  Up to $341 per student may be
   used  for  high school equivalency examination fees for juvenile justice
   students  who pass the high school equivalency exam in full, or in part,
   while  in  a  juvenile  justice  education  program  and may be used for
   students  in  juvenile  justice education programs to support equipment,
   specially  designed  curricula, and industry credentialing testing fees,
   for  students  enrolled  in career and technical education (CTE) courses
   that lead to industry recognized certifications.

   The Department of Education shall work with the Washington County school
   district  and  the  Okeechobee  County  school  district  to  determine,
   pursuant  to  section 1003.52(3), Florida Statutes, which district shall
   be  the  educational service provider for the full-time equivalent (FTE)
   students  currently  associated  with Washington Special. Effective with
   the  October 2017 FTE Survey, the FTE associated with Washington Special
   in  the  Florida  Education  Finance  Program (FEFP) will be reported by
   either  the  Washington  County school district or the Okeechobee County
   school district. The FTE changes required shall be incorporated into the
   2017-2018  third  FEFP  Calculation as determined by the FEFP Allocation
   Conference.

   The  district  cost  differential  (DCD)  for  each  district  shall  be
   calculated  pursuant  to  the  provisions of section 1011.62(2), Florida
   Statutes.

   From   the   funds   provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  7  and  91,
   $52,800,000   is  provided  for  the  Sparsity  Supplement as defined in
   section 1011.62(7), Florida Statutes, for school districts of 24,000 and
   fewer FTE in the 2017-2018 fiscal year.

   Total   Required  Local  Effort  for  Fiscal  Year  2017-2018  shall  be
   $7,748,478,039.  The total amount shall include adjustments made for the
   calculation  required  in  section  1011.62(4)(a)  through  (c), Florida
   Statutes.

   The  maximum nonvoted discretionary millage which may be levied pursuant
   to  the  provisions of section 1011.71(1), Florida Statutes, by district
   school  boards  in  Fiscal  Year  2017-2018  shall  be 0.748 mills. This
   millage shall be used to calculate the discretionary millage compression
   supplement  as  provided  in section 1011.62(5), Florida Statutes. To be
   eligible for the supplement, a district must levy the maximum.


   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  7  and  91 are based upon
   program cost factors for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 as follows:

   1. Basic Programs
      A. K-3 Basic................................................1.107
      B. 4-8 Basic................................................1.000
      C. 9-12 Basic...............................................1.001

   2. Programs for Exceptional Students
      A. Support Level 4..........................................3.619
      B. Support Level 5..........................................5.526

   3. English for Speakers of Other Languages ....................1.212

   4. Programs for Grades 9-12 Career Education...................1.001

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  7 and 91, $1,060,770,374
   is  provided  to  school  districts  as an Exceptional Student Education
   (ESE)  Guaranteed Allocation as authorized by law to provide educational
   programs  and  services  for  exceptional  students.  The ESE Guaranteed
   Allocation  funds  are  provided  in  addition  to  the  funds  for each
   exceptional student in the per FTE student calculation. School districts
   that  provided  educational  services  in  the 2016-2017 fiscal year for
   exceptional  students  who  are  residents  of other districts shall not
   discontinue  providing  such  services without the prior approval of the
   Department of Education. Expenditure requirements for the ESE Guaranteed
   Allocation  shall  be  as  prescribed  in  section  1010.20(3),  Florida
   Statutes, for programs for exceptional students.

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  7  and 91, the
   value  of  43.35  weighted  FTE  students  is provided to supplement the
   funding for severely handicapped students served in ESE programs 254 and
   255  when  a school district has less than 10,000 FTE student enrollment
   and  less than three FTE eligible students per program. The Commissioner
   of  Education  shall allocate the value of the supplemental FTE based on
   documented evidence of the difference in the cost of the service and the
   amount  of  funds  received  in  the district's FEFP allocations for the
   students  being  served.  The  supplemental value shall not exceed three
   FTE.

   The  Declining  Enrollment  Supplement  shall  be calculated based on 25
   percent  of  the  decline  between  the  prior  year  and  current  year
   unweighted   FTE   students  pursuant  to  section  1011.62(8),  Florida
   Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  7 and 91, $64,456,019 is
   provided  for Safe Schools activities and shall be allocated as follows:
   $62,660 shall be distributed to each district, and the remaining balance
   shall  be  allocated as follows: two-thirds based on the latest official
   Florida  Crime  Index  provided by the Department of Law Enforcement and
   one-third based on each district's share of the state's total unweighted
   student  enrollment.  Safe  schools  funds  are  to  be  used  by school
   districts  in  their  compliance with sections 1006.07-1006.148, Florida
   Statutes,  with priority given to establishing a school resource officer
   program pursuant to section 1006.12, Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 7 and 91, $712,207,631 is
   for  Supplemental  Academic  Instruction  to  be provided throughout the
   school  year  pursuant to section 1011.62 (1)(f), Florida Statutes. From
   these  funds,  at least $75,000,000, together with funds provided in the
   district's  research-based  reading  instruction  allocation  and  other
   available  funds, shall be used by districts with one or more of the 300
   lowest   performing   elementary   schools   based   on  the  statewide,
   standardized  English  Language Arts assessment to provide an additional
   hour  of  instruction  beyond  the normal school day for each day of the
   entire school year for intensive reading instruction for the students in
   each  of  these schools. This additional instruction must be provided by
   teachers  or  reading specialists who are effective in teaching reading,
   or  by  a  K-5 mentoring reading program that is supervised by a teacher
   who is effective at teaching reading. Students enrolled in these schools
   who  have level 5 reading assessment scores may choose to participate in
   the  program  on an optional basis. ESE centers shall not be included in
   the 300 schools.

   The  Department  of Education shall provide guidance to school districts
   for documentation of the expenditures for this additional instruction to
   ensure  that  all  local, state, and federal funds are maximized for the

   total  instructional program and that the funds used in these schools do
   not  supplant  federal  funds. School districts shall submit a report to
   the  Department of Education in a format prepared by the department that
   includes  summary  information,  including funding sources, expenditures
   and student outcomes for each of the participating schools that shall be
   submitted  to  the Speaker of the House of Representatives, President of
   the  Senate,  and  Governor  by  September 30, 2017. Pursuant to section
   1008.32,  Florida  Statutes, the State Board of Education shall withhold
   funds from a school district that fails to comply with this requirement.

   The  funds provided for the Supplemental Academic Instruction allocation
   shall  consist  of  a  base amount that shall have a workload adjustment
   based  on  changes in FTE. In addition, an additional amount is provided
   for  districts  with  schools  on  the list of the 300 lowest-performing
   elementary  schools.  District  allocations  from these additional funds
   shall  be  based  on each district's level of per student funding in the
   reading instruction allocation and the supplemental academic instruction
   categorical  fund,  and  on  the  total FTE for each of the schools. The
   categorical  funding  shall  be  recalculated  during  the  fiscal  year
   following an updated designation of the 300 lowest-performing elementary
   schools  and  shall  be  based on actual student membership from the FTE
   surveys. If the recalculated total allocation is greater than the amount
   provided  in  the  General  Appropriations  Act, the allocation shall be
   prorated  to  the  level  of the appropriation, based on each district's
   share of the total.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 7 and 91, $130,000,000 is
   provided   for   a   K-12   comprehensive,   district-wide   system   of
   research-based  reading  instruction.  The  amount  of $115,000 shall be
   allocated  to each district and the remaining balance shall be allocated
   based on each district's proportion of the total K-12 base funding. From
   these funds, at least $15,000,000 shall be used to provide an additional
   hour  of  intensive reading instruction beyond the normal school day for
   each  day  of  the entire school year for the students in the 300 lowest
   performing  elementary  schools  based  on  the  statewide, standardized
   English  Language  Arts  assessment  pursuant to sections 1008.22(3) and
   1011.62(9),  Florida  Statutes.  This  additional  instruction  must  be
   provided  by  teachers  or  reading  specialists  who  are  effective in
   teaching  reading.  Students  enrolled in these schools who have level 5
   reading assessment scores may choose to participate in the program on an
   optional  basis.  ESE  centers shall not be included in the 300 schools.
   Pursuant  to  section  1008.32,  Florida  Statutes,  the  State Board of
   Education  shall  withhold  funds  from  a school district that fails to
   comply with this requirement.

   From   the   funds   provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  7  and  91,
   $230,743,258   is   provided   for   Instructional  Materials  including
   12,184,490  for  Library Media Materials, $3,330,427 for the purchase of
   science  lab  materials  and  supplies,  $10,329,494 for dual enrollment
   instructional  materials,  and  $3,114,988  for  the purchase of digital
   instructional  materials  for  students  with  disabilities.  The growth
   allocation  per  FTE  shall  be  $303.69  for the 2017-2018 fiscal year.
   School  districts  shall  pay  for  instructional materials used for the
   instruction of public high school students who are earning credit toward
   high  school graduation under the dual enrollment program as provided in
   section 1011.62(1)(i), Florida Statutes.

   From  the funds provided for Instructional Materials, $165,000,000 shall
   be  available  to school districts to purchase instructional content, as
   well as electronic devices and technology equipment, and infrastructure.
   The  purchases  made  in  the 2017-2018 fiscal year must comply with the
   minimum or recommended requirements for instructional content, hardware,
   software, networking, security and bandwidth, and the number of students
   per  device  as  developed and published by the Department of Education.
   Prior to release of the funds by the department to the school districts,
   each  school  district shall certify to the Commissioner of Education an
   expenditure   plan   for  the  purchase  of  instructional  content  and
   technology.  If the district intends to use any portion of the funds for
   technology,  the  district  must  certify  that it has the instructional
   content   necessary  to  provide  instruction  aligned  to  the  adopted
   statewide  benchmarks  and standards. If the district intends to use the
   funds  for  technology the district must include an expenditure plan for
   the  purchase  of  electronic  devices  and  technology  equipment,  and
   infrastructure  that demonstrates the alignment of devices and equipment
   with  the  minimum  or  recommended  requirements.  The department shall
   provide  a  report  to  the Legislature on or before March 1, 2018, that
   summarizes the district expenditures for these funds.


   From   funds   provided   in   Specific   Appropriations   7   and   91,
   $438,875,286  is  provided  for  Student  Transportation  as provided in
   section 1011.68, Florida Statutes.

   From  funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriations 7 and 91, $45,286,750
   is  provided  for  the  Teachers Classroom Supply Assistance Program and
   shall  be  given  to  teachers  pursuant  to  section  1012.71,  Florida
   Statutes.  The  allocation  shall  not be recalculated during the school
   year.

   From   the   funds   provided   in  Specific  Appropriation  7  and  91,
   $12,883,871  is provided for a Federally Connected Student Supplement to
   be  calculated  to  support  the  education  of  students connected with
   federally-owned  military  installations, National Aeronautics and Space
   Administration  (NASA)  property,  and  Indian lands pursuant to section
   1011.62(13),  Florida  Statutes.  The  supplement  shall be the sum of a
   student  allocation  and  an exempt property allocation. To participate,
   districts  must be eligible for federal Impact Aid funding under Section
   8003, Title VIII of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.
   The  amount  allocated  for  each  eligible  school  district  shall  be
   recalculated  during  the  year,  using  actual  student  membership, as
   amended,  from  the  most  recent  February  survey  and  the tax-exempt
   valuation  from  the most recent assessment roll. Upon recalculation, if
   the  total allocation is greater than the amount provided in the General
   Appropriations   Act,   it   must  be  prorated  to  the  level  of  the
   appropriation  based  on each district's share of the total recalculated
   amount.

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  7  and 91 for the Virtual
   Education  Contribution  shall  be  allocated  pursuant  to  the formula
   provided  in  section  1011.62(11),  Florida  Statutes. The contribution
   shall be based on $5,230 per FTE.

   Districts  may charge a fee for grades K-12 voluntary, non-credit summer
   school  enrollment in basic program courses. The amount of any student's
   fee  shall  be  based  on the student's ability to pay and the student's
   financial need as determined by district school board policy.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  7 and 91, $80,000,000 is
   provided  for  the  Digital Classrooms allocation as provided in section
   1011.62(12),  Florida  Statutes.  The  minimum amount to be allocated to
   each  district  is $500,000. Twenty percent of the funds provided may be
   used   for   professional  development,  including  in-state  conference
   attendance  or  online  coursework, to enhance the use of technology for
   digital instructional strategies.

  92   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CLASS SIZE REDUCTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .    2,907,797,252
        FROM STATE SCHOOL TRUST FUND . . . .                        86,161,098

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  8  and 92 are provided to implement
   the requirements of sections 1003.03 and 1011.685, Florida Statutes. The
   class  size  reduction  allocation  factor for grades prekindergarten to
   grade  3 shall be $1,317.03, for grades 4 to 8 shall be $898.36, and for
   grades  9  to  12  shall be $900.53. The class size reduction allocation
   shall  be  recalculated based on enrollment through the October 2017 FTE
   survey  except  as  provided in section 1003.03(4), Florida Statutes. If
   the   total   class  size  reduction  allocation  is  greater  than  the
   appropriation  in  Specific  Appropriations  8  and  92,  funds shall be
   prorated  to  the  level  of  the appropriation based on each district's
   calculated   amount.   The   Commissioner   of  Education  may  withhold
   disbursement  of  these  funds  until  a  district is in compliance with
   reporting information required for class size reduction implementation.

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE GRANTS/K-12 PROGRAM - FEFP
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .   10,730,637,841
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       156,600,000

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                    10,887,237,841


TOTAL OF SECTION 2

       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .   10,730,637,841

       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       156,600,000

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                    10,887,237,841

TOTAL: EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF (SECTIONS 1 AND 2)
    EDUCATION/PUBLIC SCHOOLS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .   10,730,637,841
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       799,514,911

    EDUCATION RECAP
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .   10,730,637,841
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       799,514,911

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                    11,530,152,752
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .                0

SECTION 8
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION
SECTION 3
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION

SECTION   3.  Any  section  of  this  act,  or  any appropriation herein
contained,  if found to be invalid shall in no way affect other sections
or specific appropriations contained in this act.
SECTION 4
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION

SECTION   4. Except  as  otherwise  provided herein, this act shall take
effect  July  1,  2017,  or  upon  becoming law, whichever occurs later;
however,  if  this  act  becomes  law  after July 1, 2017, then it shall
operate retroactively to July 1, 2017.

TOTAL THIS GENERAL APPROPRIATION ACT

       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .   10,730,637,841

       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       799,514,911

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                    11,530,152,752

          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .                0

                                      ITEMIZATION OF EXPENDITURE TOTALS
                                            (FOR INFORMATION ONLY)

                                                           SPB ####A FY 17-18
                                                               ($ IN MILLIONS)

                                GENERAL                                      OTHER       ALL
                                REVENUE    LOTTERY      PECO     TOBACCO     TRUST      FUNDS    POSITIONS
                               ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------

OPERATING
_________

B - AID TO LOC GOV - OPERATION    7,822.8      539.1         .0         .0       70.4    8,432.4        .00
D - PASS THRU/ST & FED FUNDS      2,907.8      103.8         .0         .0       86.2    3,097.7        .00
                               ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
TOTAL OPERATING                  10,730.6      642.9         .0         .0      156.6   11,530.2        .00
                               __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________


TOTAL ITEM. OF EXPENDITURES      10,730.6      642.9         .0         .0      156.6   11,530.2        .00
                               __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________


























































   NOTE:  AMOUNTS ACROSS AND DOWN MAY NOT EQUAL DUE TO ROUNDING.



                                              SUMMARY BY SECTION
                                            (FOR INFORMATION ONLY)

                                                                      SPB ####A FY 17-18

                                                         GEN REVENUE       TRUST FUNDS        ALL FUNDS
                                                       ----------------  ----------------  ----------------

SECTION 1 - EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT

OPERATING
_________

  AID TO LOC GOV - OPERATION
    STATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING . . . . . . . . . . .                           539,138,555       539,138,555
                                                       ----------------  ----------------  ----------------
  TOTAL AID TO LOC GOV - OPERATION                                            539,138,555       539,138,555
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________

  PASS THRU/ST & FED FUNDS
    STATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING . . . . . . . . . . .                           103,776,356       103,776,356
                                                       ----------------  ----------------  ----------------
  TOTAL PASS THRU/ST & FED FUNDS                                              103,776,356       103,776,356
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________
       TOTAL SECTION 1  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           642,914,911       642,914,911
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________

         FUNDING SOURCE RECAP
           STATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING  . . . . . . .                           642,914,911       642,914,911
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________
         TOTAL SPENDING AUTHORIZATIONS
           OPERATING  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           642,914,911       642,914,911
           FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY . . . . . . . . . .
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________

SECTION 2 - EDUCATION (ALL OTHER FUNDS)

OPERATING
_________

  AID TO LOC GOV - OPERATION
    STATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING . . . . . . . . . . .       7,822,840,589        70,438,902     7,893,279,491
                                                       ----------------  ----------------  ----------------
  TOTAL AID TO LOC GOV - OPERATION                        7,822,840,589        70,438,902     7,893,279,491
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________

  PASS THRU/ST & FED FUNDS
    STATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING . . . . . . . . . . .       2,907,797,252        86,161,098     2,993,958,350
                                                       ----------------  ----------------  ----------------
  TOTAL PASS THRU/ST & FED FUNDS                          2,907,797,252        86,161,098     2,993,958,350
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________
       TOTAL SECTION 2  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      10,730,637,841       156,600,000    10,887,237,841
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________

         FUNDING SOURCE RECAP
           STATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING  . . . . . . .      10,730,637,841       156,600,000    10,887,237,841
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________
         TOTAL SPENDING AUTHORIZATIONS
           OPERATING  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      10,730,637,841       156,600,000    10,887,237,841
           FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY . . . . . . . . . .
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________
























                                           SUMMARY FOR ALL SECTIONS
                                            (FOR INFORMATION ONLY)

                                                                      SPB ####A FY 17-18

                                                         GEN REVENUE       TRUST FUNDS        ALL FUNDS
                                                       ----------------  ----------------  ----------------

ALL SECTIONS

OPERATING
_________

  AID TO LOC GOV - OPERATION
    STATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING . . . . . . . . . . .       7,822,840,589       609,577,457     8,432,418,046
                                                       ----------------  ----------------  ----------------
  TOTAL AID TO LOC GOV - OPERATION                        7,822,840,589       609,577,457     8,432,418,046
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________

  PASS THRU/ST & FED FUNDS
    STATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING . . . . . . . . . . .       2,907,797,252       189,937,454     3,097,734,706
                                                       ----------------  ----------------  ----------------
  TOTAL PASS THRU/ST & FED FUNDS                          2,907,797,252       189,937,454     3,097,734,706
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________
       TOTAL ALL SECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . .      10,730,637,841       799,514,911    11,530,152,752
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________

         FUNDING SOURCE RECAP
           STATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING  . . . . . . .      10,730,637,841       799,514,911    11,530,152,752
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________
         TOTAL SPENDING AUTHORIZATIONS
           OPERATING  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      10,730,637,841       799,514,911    11,530,152,752
           FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY . . . . . . . . . .
                                                       ________________  ________________  ________________



















































                                       SUMMARY BY SECTION BY DEPARTMENT
                                            (FOR INFORMATION ONLY)

                                                           SPB ####A FY 17-18
                                                               ($ IN MILLIONS)

                                GENERAL                                      OTHER       ALL
                                REVENUE    LOTTERY      PECO     TOBACCO     TRUST      FUNDS    POSITIONS
                               ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------

OPERATING
_________

SECTION 1 - EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT

 EDUCATION, DEPT OF...........         .0      642.9         .0         .0         .0      642.9        .00
                               ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
TOTAL SECTION 1                        .0      642.9         .0         .0         .0      642.9        .00
                               __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

SECTION 2 - EDUCATION (ALL OTHER FUNDS)

 EDUCATION, DEPT OF...........   10,730.6         .0         .0         .0      156.6   10,887.2        .00
                               ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
TOTAL SECTION 2                  10,730.6         .0         .0         .0      156.6   10,887.2        .00
                               __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

  EDUCATION RECAP
   EDUCATION/EARLY LEARNING...         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0        .00
   EDUCATION/PUBLIC SCHOOLS...   10,730.6      642.9         .0         .0      156.6   11,530.2        .00
   EDUCATION/FL COLLEGES......         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0        .00
   EDUCATION/UNIVERSITIES.....         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0        .00
   EDUCATION/OTHER............         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0        .00
                               ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
 TOTAL EDUCATION RECAP           10,730.6      642.9         .0         .0      156.6   11,530.2        .00
                               __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________
TOTAL OPERATING                  10,730.6      642.9         .0         .0      156.6   11,530.2        .00
                               __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

OPERATING AND FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
__________________________________

SECTION 1 - EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT

 EDUCATION, DEPT OF...........         .0      642.9         .0         .0         .0      642.9        .00
                               ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
TOTAL SECTION 1                        .0      642.9         .0         .0         .0      642.9        .00
                               __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

SECTION 2 - EDUCATION (ALL OTHER FUNDS)

 EDUCATION, DEPT OF...........   10,730.6         .0         .0         .0      156.6   10,887.2        .00
                               ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
TOTAL SECTION 2                  10,730.6         .0         .0         .0      156.6   10,887.2        .00
                               __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________

  EDUCATION RECAP
   EDUCATION/EARLY LEARNING...         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0        .00
   EDUCATION/PUBLIC SCHOOLS...   10,730.6      642.9         .0         .0      156.6   11,530.2        .00
   EDUCATION/FL COLLEGES......         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0        .00
   EDUCATION/UNIVERSITIES.....         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0        .00
   EDUCATION/OTHER............         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0         .0        .00
                               ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------
 TOTAL EDUCATION RECAP           10,730.6      642.9         .0         .0      156.6   11,530.2        .00
                               __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________
TOTAL OPERATING AND FCO          10,730.6      642.9         .0         .0      156.6   11,530.2        .00
                               __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________














   NOTE:  AMOUNTS ACROSS AND DOWN MAY NOT EQUAL DUE TO ROUNDING.


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