Governor Deval Patrick's Budget Recommendation - House 2 Fiscal Year 2013

Governor's Budget Recommendation FY 2013

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7100-4000 - Massachusetts Community Colleges

Account Description FY 2012
FY 2013
House 2
7100-4000 Massachusetts Community Colleges
For funding to community college campuses in the commonwealth; provided, that the specific allocation of the funds shall be determined and approved by the board of higher education in consultation with the commissioner of higher education; provided further, that the allocation methodology shall include but not be limited to: accurate enrollment data for each college and the board's assessment of the operational goals and needs for each college; the current capacity of each campus to provide focused and effective workforce training and career readiness to the region they serve; an analysis of any plans each campus presents to the board to improve their efforts in these areas; institutional performance with respect to the Vision Project and other clearly defined goals and metrics established by the board, including but not limited to provision for transferable and stackable credits; innovation with respect to labor market and board priorities, including but not limited to additional funds for partnerships with vocational-technical schools; a review of the efforts made by each campus to streamline their administrative and overhead costs, including joint purchasing and staffing efforts; and an analysis of the existing per-pupil state subsidy for each campus and any inequities that that distribution causes; and provided, further, that up to $900,000 may be expended by the board and department of higher education on the administration of this allocation and other tasks associated with implementation of section 30 of this act
0 218,562,027

Consolidated with 7502-0100, 7503-0100, 7504-0100, 7505-0100, 7506-0100, 7507-0100, 7508-0100, 7509-0100, 7510-0100, 7511-0100, 7512-0100, 7514-0100, 7515-0100, 7516-0100, and 7518-0100.


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