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FY 2003 Budget Summary - February 4, 2002


U.S. Department of Education Fiscal Year 2003 President's Budget

(in thousands of dollars) Category
Code
2001
Appropriation
2002
Appropriation
2002
Proposed Supplemental
2003
President's Request
President's Request Compared to 2002 Appropriation
Amount Percent
OFFICE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE ACQUISITION, LANGUAGE ENHANCEMENT, AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT FOR LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENT STUDENTS (formerly OBEMLA)
English Language Acquisition (ESEA III)
1.  Language acquisition State grants (Part A)
D 0 665,000 --- 665,000 0 0.0%
2.  Expired programs:
 (a) Bilingual education (ESEA VII-A):
  (1) Instructional services (subpart 1)
D 180,000 0 --- 0 0 ---
  (2) Support services (subpart 2)
D 16,000 0 --- 0 0 ---
  (3) Professional development (subpart 3)
D 100,000 0 --- 0 0 ---
SUBTOTAL   296,000 665,000 --- 665,000 0 0.0%
 (b) Immigrant education (ESEA VII-C)
D 150,000 0 --- 0 0 ---
Total D 446,0001 665,0001 --- 665,000 0 0.0%
Outlays, Total D 362,662 460,110 --- 610,418 150,308 32.7%
TOTAL   446,000 665,000 --- 665,000 0 0.0%

1 Adjusted for comparability. Excludes $8,000 thousand in fiscal year 2000 and $14,000 thousand in fiscal year 2001 for Foreign Language Assistance, which was included in fiscal year 2002 in the Fund for the Improvement of Education under the School Improvement Programs acccount.


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