what is the annual budget for the department of education
The District Summary Budget is the adopted budget that is submitted to the Department by Florida school districts. The budget document provides millage levies, estimated revenues detailed by federal, state, and local sources, and estimated expenditures detailed by function (the purpose of an expenditure) and object (what was purchased or the service obtained). The data is displayed by fund type, including general fund, special revenue funds, debt service funds, capital projects funds, permanent fund, enterprise funds, and internal service funds.
References: Sections 200.065, 1011.01(3), and 1011.64, Florida Statutes; SBE Rule 6A-1.0071, Florida Administrative Code (FAC).
- Early Years;
- Schooling; and
- Libraries Tasmania.
The Department of Education is responsible for the delivery of public early years and school education, adult and community education and library and archive services throughout Tasmania. The Department is responsible to the Minister for Education and Training, Hon Jeremy Rockliff MP.
Produced each year, the Agency of Education’s Budget Recommendations and Annual Report provides an overview of the agency’s programs and teams, including the proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The agency develops a budget to meet the criteria established by the Governor. The agency also works with the Governor’s office to ensure that the book is a useful resource to the Vermont Legislature, as it reviews state agency budget proposals; and to members of the education community and general public.
Vermont Agency of Education
Secretary Daniel M. French
1 National Life Drive, Davis 5
Montpelier, VT 05620-2501
The Public School Finance Department staff prepares payments and provides technical support to Idaho’s School Districts and Charter Schools. Staff also prepares reports about revenues, expenditures, budgets, attendance and enrollment, staffing, and school property taxes with information provided by Idaho’s School Districts and Charter Schools and other governmental entities.
Idaho statute requires a minimum of four (4) hours of instruction per day for full funding. However, schools may apply for a waiver from the State Board of Education to adjust for lower than expected average daily attendance or if they do not meet the minimum instructional hours.
In addition, the Office of Budget & Planning prepares and submits the agency’s annual budget request to the Legislative Budget Office, calculates the Mississippi Department of Education’s indirect cost rate and provides assistance with fiscal year planning to program offices.
The Office of Budget & Planning establishes and maintains the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) budget as appropriated by the Mississippi Legislature. This budget, which totals over $3 billion, includes funding from state, federal and other special sources.