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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 ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION (OESE)
Education for the Disadvantaged
1. Grants to local educational agencies (ESEA I-A):
 (a)LEA grants formulas:
  (1)Basic grants (section 1124)
D 7,397,6901 7,172,971 --- 7,175,9012 2,930 0.0%
  (2)Concentration grants (section 1124A)
D 1,365,0311 1,365,031 --- 1,365,031 0 0.0%
  (3)Targeted grants (section 1125)
D 0 1,018,499 --- 2,018,499 1,000,000 98.2%
 (b)Education finance incentive grants formula (1125A):
D 0 793,499     --- 793,499 0 0.0%
SUBTOTAL   8,762,721 10,350,000 --- 11,352,930 1,002,930 9.7%
Annual appropriation D 2,004,421 3,161,699 --- 4,164,629 1,002,930 31.7%
Advance for succeeding fiscal year D 6,758,300 7,188,301 --- 7,188,301 0 0.0%
2. Reading first:
 (a)Reading first State grants (ESEA I-B-1)
Annual appropriation D 91,000 705,000 --- 805,000 100,000 14.2%
Advance for succeeding fiscal year D 195,000 195,000     --- 195,000 0 0.0%
SUBTOTAL   286,0003 900,000 --- 1,000,000 100,000 11.1%
 (b)Early reading first (ESEA I-B-2)
D 0 75,000 --- 75,000 0 0.0%
SUBTOTAL   286,000 975,000 --- 1,075,000 100,000 10.3%
3. Even Start (ESEA I-B-3)
D 250,000 250,000 --- 200,000 (50,000) -20.0%
4. Literacy through school libraries (ESEA I-B-4)
D 0 12,500 --- 12,500 0 0.0%
5. State agency programs:
 (a)Migrant (ESEA I-C)
D 380,000 396,000 --- 396,000 0 0.0%
 (b)Neglected and delinquent (ESEA I-D)
D 46,000 48,000     --- 48,000 0 0.0%
SUBTOTAL   426,000 444,000 --- 444,000 0 0.0%
6. Comprehensive school reform (ESEA I-F)
D 210,0004 235,000 --- 235,000 0 0.0%
7. Evaluation (ESEA sections 1501 and 1503)
D 8,900 8,900 --- 8,900 0 0.0%
8. Close up fellowships (ESEA section 1504)
D 1,5005 1,500 --- 0 (1,500) -100.0%
9. Advanced placement (ESEA I-G)
D 22,0005 22,000 --- 22,000 0 -0.0%
10. Dropout prevention programs (ESEA I-H)
D 0 10,000 --- 0 (10,000) -100.0%
11. Capital expenses for private school children (ESEA V-D-19)
D 6,000 0 --- 0 0 ---
12. Migrant education (HEA IV-A-5):
 (a)High school equivalency program
D 20,000 23,000 --- 23,000 0 0.0%
 (b)College assistance migrant program
D 10,000 15,000     --- 15,000 0 0.0%
SUBTOTAL   30,000 38,000     --- 38,000 0 0.0%
Total, Appropriation   10,003,1216 12,346,900 --- 13,388,330 1,041,430 8.4%
Total, Budget authority   9,449,584 11,916,899 --- 13,388,330 1,471,431 12.3%
Current D 3,049,8217 4,963,5998 --- 6,005,0298 1,041,430 21.0%
Prior year's advance D 6,399,763 9 6,953,300 9 --- 7,383,301 430,001 6.2%
Outlays, Total D 8,647,199 9,398,248 --- 11,850,171 2,451,923 26.1%
Current D 2,487,457 3,135,275 --- 4,602,941 1,467,666 46.8%
Advance D 6,159,742 6,262,973 --- 7,247,230 984,257 15.7%
1Includes supplemental appropriation amounts of $159,969 thousand for Basic Grants and $1,031 thousand for Concentration Grants.
2Includes $2,930 thousand for increased pension and annuitant health care costs for Bureau of Indian Affairs employees who work in Bureau of Indian Affairs Schools receiving ESEA Title I funds. Comparable benefit payments for 2001 ($2,970 thousand) and 2002 ($2,938 thousand) are currently made from a central Office of Personnel Management mandatory fund.
3Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided for Reading and Literacy Grants under the Reading Excellence account.
4An additional $50,000 thousand in fiscal year 2001 was provided for comprehensive school reform activities in the total appropriated for the Fund for the Improvement of Education under the Education Research, Statistics, and Assessment account.
5Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided in the School Improvement Programs account.
6Adjusted for comparability. Includes a total of $309,500 thousand in fiscal year 2001 for programs appropriated in fiscal year 2002 in the Reading Excellence account and the School Improvement account.
7Excludes a comparable advance appropriation of $6,953,300 thousand that becomes available on October 1 of fiscal year 2002.
8Excludes an advance appropriation of $7,383,301 thousand that becomes available on October 1 of the succeeding fiscal year.
9Adjusted for comparability. Includes $195,000 thousand in prior year advance appropriations provided for the Reading Excellence account.

NOTES: Category Codes are as follows: D = discretionary program; M = mandatory program.


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