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Section 6: Teaching and Learning/Academic Support

The Division of Teaching and Learning is responsible for the core work of our District – teaching and learning. The division’s primary role is to implement the NYS Common Core Curriculum and Core Instructional Program as the major component of the NYS Reform Agenda.

Their budget, $25,164,142, a reduction of $2,829,835.

Increases:
10.37 FTE positions
$420,510 Specialized Services
$1,146,572 Teacher Salary
$24,613 Paraprofessional Salary
4,392 Hourly Teachers
34,953 Overtime Civil Service
$72,391 Special Education Tuition
$42,134 Equipment Other Than Buses
$6,918 Computer Hardware – Non Instructional
$137,570 Equipment Service Contract & Repair
$2,155 Rentals
$10,642 Miscellaneous Services
$34,362 Professional Development
$355,911 BOCES Services

Decreases:
$3,250,345 Academic Support
$102,515 Civil Service
$380,194 Administrator
$2,623 Teaching Assistants
$459,618 Substitute Teacher
$1,018,688 Teacher In-Service
$2,000 Civil Service Substitutes
$57,482 Contract Transportation
$1,244,320 Textbooks
$576 Utilities
$318,382 Instructional Supplies
$189,305 Postage & Print Advertising
$250 Auto Supplies
$400,351 Supplies & Materials
$3,278 Office Supplies
$52,850 Computer Software – Instructional
$265,166 Computer Software – Non-Instructional
$129,894 Professional Technical Service
$74,956 Agency Temporary Staff

Academic Support provides instructional and curricular resources and leadership in the core academic areas of English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies, as well as Foreign Languages, African and African-American Studies, Career and Technical Education, Universal PreKindergarten, Health and Physical Education.

Their budget, $9,597,699 a reduction of $3,250,345.

Increases:
$353,576 Salary Compensation
$462,999 Career & Technical Education
$420,717 Health, Phys Educ, & Athletics
$62,916 Teaching & Learning
$29,319 Office of Science
$849,034 Integrated Literacy
Career & Technical Education – 1 FTE position (Exec Dir of CTE) $100,000 Salary
Exec Director Rdg by 3rd Grade – .5 FTE – $90,000 Salary
Tchr-Reading – 5.0 FTEs – $61,334 Salary (Each)
Data/Special Assistant– 1 FTE $88,426 Salary

Decreases:
$1,339,357 Other Compensation
$1,188,685 Debt Service
$891,723 Cash Capital Outlays
$404,677 Technology
$197,979 Bi-lingual Education
$20,795 Native American Program
$238,071 Arts Education
$25,233 Office of Guidance HS
$3,896,106 Dpty Supt Teaching & Learning
$76,044 Office of Mathematics
$88,891 Office of Social Studies
$475,136 Academic Intervention Services
$6,000 Office of Foreign Languages
$51,075 African & African-Amer Studies
Native American Program .8 FTEs
(NAP) Office Clerk II – $41,862 Salary – Eliminated
(NAP) TCHR-ON-ASSIGNMENT – $61,334 Salary – Eliminated
Arts Education .7 FTEs
Tchr-Security Specialist .4 FTEs
Dir. Positive Behavior & Support – $131,359 Salary Eliminated
Exec Director of School Intervention – $140,637 Salary Eliminated
Office of Guidance – Office Clerk I – $56,238 Salary Eliminated

It has been said that a district’s budget reflects the mission and goal of that district.

The Rochester City School District’s draft budget tells an interesting story of its mission and goals.

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