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Final 2001 Appropriations And President Clinton’s Fiscal 2001 Proposals, Page 2

January 21, 2001 4 min read
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FY 2000 Appropri-
ations
President’s Proposed FY 2001 Budget FY 2001 House
Floor
FY 2001 Senate Floor FY 2001 Appropri-
ations
OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
SPECIAL EDUCATION (IDEA)
State grants:
Grants to states 4,989,685 5,279,685 5,489,685 6,279,685 6,339,685
Preschool grants 390,000 390,000 390,000 390,000 390,000
Grants for infants and families 375,000 383,567 375,000 383,567 383,567
National activities:
State improvement 35,200 45,200 45,200 35,200 49,200
Research and innovation 64,433 74,433 64,433 74,433 77,353
Technical assistance and dissemination 45,481 53,481 45,481 45,481 53,481
Personnel preparation 81,952 81,952 81,952 81,952 81,952
Parent information centers 18,535 26,000 22,000 26,000 26,000
Technology and media services 35,910 34,523 36,410 36,823 38,710
TOTAL 6,036,196 6,368,841 6,550,161 7,353,141 7,439,948
REHABILITATION SERVICES AND DISABILITY RESEARCH 2,706,989 2,798,651 2,776,803 2,799,519 2,805,339
PAYMENTS TO SPECIAL INSTITUTIONS 144,231 149,701 154,400 154,516 154,776
TOTAL, OFFICE OF SPECIAL ED. AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES 8,887,416 9,317,193 9,481,364 10,307,176 10,400,063
VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION
Vocational education:
State grants 1,055,650 855,650 1,100,000 1,071,000 1,100,000
National programs 17,500 17,500 17,500 17,500 17,500
Occupational and employment information 9,000 9,000 9,000
Tribally controlled postsecondary vocational institutions 4,600 4,600 4,600 5,600 5,600
Tech-prep education 106,000 306,000 106,000 106,000 106,000
Tech-prep demonstration 5,000 5,000
Adult education 470,000 555,500 490,500 490,500 560,500
State grants for incarcerated youth offenders 14,000 12,000 17,000 17,000
Literacy programs for prisoners 5,000 5,000 5,000
TOTAL, VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION 1,681,750 1,751,250 1,718,600 1,726,600 1,825,600
OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
Pell grants 7,639,717 8,356,000 8,308,000 8,692,000 8,756,000
Supplemental educational opportunity grants 631,000 691,000 691,000 691,000 691,000
Work- study 934,000 1,011,000 1,011,000 1,011,000 1,011,000
Perkins loans 130,000 160,000 140,000 175,000 160,000
Leveraging educational assistance partnership 40,000 40,000 70,000 55,000
Loan forgiveness for child care providers 10,000 1,000
TOTAL 9,374,717 10,258,000 10,150,000 10,649,000 10,674,000
FEDERAL FAMILY EDUCATION LOANS2 - 2,353,000 - 619,000 - 619,000 - 619,000 - 619,000
FEDERAL FAMILY EDUCATION LOAN PROGRAM ACCOUNT 5,040,584 3,161,302 3,161,302 3,161,302 4,404,961
FEDERAL DIRECT STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM ACCOUNT2 - 2,776,551 123,802 123,802 123,802 123,802
TOTAL, OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS 9,285,750 12,924,104 12,816,104 13,315,104 14,583,763
OFFICE OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION3
HIGHER EDUCATION3
Aid for institutional development 258,500 294,500 328,500 303,500 332,500
Assistance for students
Federal TRIO programs 645,000 725,000 760,000 736,500 730,000
Gear-Up 200,000 325,000 200,000 225,000 295,000
Teacher quality enhancement 98,000 98,000 98,000 98,000 98,000
TOTAL, OFFICE OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION3 1,751,167 2,020,918 1,915,499 1,919,465 2,145,154
EDUCATION RESEARCH, STATISTICS, AND IMPROVEMENT
Research, development and dissemination 168,567 198,567 168,567 178,567 185,567
Statistics 68,000 84,000 68,000 68,000 80,000
National Assessment of Educational Progress 40,000 42,500 40,000 40,000 40,000
America’s tests 5,000
Fund for the Improvement of Education 244,232 137,150 145,000 142,152 339,354
Javits gifted and talented education 6,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500
National writing project 9,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000
Civic education 9,850 9,850 10,000 12,000 12,000
International education exchange 7,000 8,000 7,000 10,000 10,000
Eisenhower regional mathematics and science education consortia 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000 15,000
Eisenhower professional development 23,300 23,300 23,300 23,300
TOTAL, EDUCATION RESEARCH, STATISTICS, AND IMPROVEMENT 591,449 517,567 494,367 506,519 722,721
DEPARTMENTAL MANAGEMENT
Program administration 382,841 413,184 382,934 395,871 413,184
Office for civil rights 71,200 76,000 71,200 73,224 76,000
Office of the inspector general 34,000 36,500 34,000 35,456 36,500
TOTAL, DEPARTMENTAL MANAGEMENT 488,041 525,684 488,134 504,551 525,684
RECEIPTS
TOTAL - 77,000 - 1,359,000 (1,359,00) (1,359,00) (1,359,00)
TOTAL, EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 37,731,077 43,753,750 40,801,153 43,933,749 46,981,202
EARLY-CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS4
Head Start 5,267,000 6,267,000 5,667,000 6,267,000 6,200,000
Child immunization 461,966 467,505 472,966 499,005 469,054
Child-care and development block grant 1,182,672 2,000,000 1,582,672 2,000,000 2,000,000
Adolescent Family Life program 19,327 7,627 24,327 19,327 24,327
TOTAL, EARLY-CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS 6,930,965 8,742,132 7,746,965 8,785,332 8,693,381
YOUTH JOB TRAINING5
Youth Activities6 1,001,000 1,022,000 1,001,000 1,001,000 1,103,000
School-to-Work Opportunities Act 55,000
Job Corps 1,358,000 1,393,000 1,400,000 1,364,000 1,400,000
TOTAL, YOUTH JOB TRAINING 2,414,000 2,415,000 2,401,000 2,365,000 2,503,000
INDIAN EDUCATION7
TOTAL 502,216 544,773 508,018 517,197 508,018
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION EDUCATION ACTIVITIES8
TOTAL 696,600 729,010 694,310 765,350 787,352
CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL SERVICE8
AmeriCorps 233,395 284,000 207,500 231,395
Learn and Serve America 43,000 46,000 43,000 43,000
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