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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)
School Improvement Programs
1. Improving teacher quality (ESEA II):
 (a)Improving teacher quality State grants (Part A)
Annual appropriation D 958,000 1,700,000 --- 1,700,000 0 0.0%
Advance for succeeding fiscal year D 1,150,000 1,150,000     --- 1,150,000 0 0.0%
SUBTOTAL   2,108,0001 2,850,000 --- 2,850,000 0 0.0%
 (b)National activities (Part A, subpart 5):
  (1)School leadership (section 2151(b))
D 0 10,000 --- 0 (10,000) -100.0%
  (2)Advanced credentialing (section 2151(c))
D 18,5002 10,000 --- 0 (10,000) -100.0%
  (3)Early childhood educator professional development (section 2151(e))
D 10,0003 15,000     --- 15,000 0 0.0%
SUBTOTAL   28,500 35,0004 --- 15,000 (20,000) -57.1%
 (c)Mathematics and science partnerships (Part B)
D 0 12,500 --- 12,500 0 0.0%
 (d)Troops-to-teachers (Part C-1-A)
D 05 18,0004 --- 20,000 2,000 11.1%
 (e)Transition to teaching (Part C-1-B)
D 31,000 3 35,000 4 --- 39,400 4,400 12.6%
 (f)National writing project (Part C-2)
D 10,0006 14,000 --- 0 (14,000) -100.0%
 (g)Civic education (Part C-3):
  (1)We the People (section 2344)
D 12,0006 16,2007 --- 0 (16,200) -100.0%
  (2)Cooperative education exchange (section 2345)
D 10,0008 10,8007 --- 0 (10,800) -100.0%
 (h)Teaching of traditional American history (Part C-4)
D 50,0009 100,000 --- 50,000 (50,000) -50.0%
2. Educational technology:
 (a)Educational technology State grants (ESEA II-D-1 and 2)
D 450,00010 700,500 --- 700,500 0 0.0%
 (b)Ready-to-learn television (ESEA II-D-3)
D 16,00011 22,000 --- 22,000 0 0.0%
 (c)Preparing tomorrow's teachers to use technology (HEA II-B)
D 125,00011 62,500 --- 0 (62,500) -100.0%
 (d) Technology innovation challenge grants (ESEA section 3136--expired)
D 136,32811 0 --- 0 0 ---
 (e) Technology leadership activities (ESEA section 3122--expired)
D 2,00011 0 --- 0 0 ---
Subtotal, Educational technology   729,328 785,000 --- 722,500 (62,500) -8.0%
3. 21st Century community learning centers (ESEA IV-B)
D 845,61411 1,000,000 --- 1,000,000 0 0.0%
4.  School choice and innovation:
 (a) State grants for innovative programs (ESEA V Part A)
Annual appropriation D 100,000 100,000 --- 100,000 0 0.0%
Advance for succeeding fiscal year D 285,000 285,000 --- 285,000 0 0.0%
SUBTOTAL   385,000 385,000 --- 385,000 0 0.0%
 (b) Charter schools grants (Part B-1)
D 190,000 200,000 --- 200,000 0 0.0%
 (c) Credit enhancement for charter school facilities (Part B-2)
D 0 0 --- 100,000 100,000 ---
 (d) Voluntary public school choice (Part B-3)
D 0 25,000 --- 25,000 0 0.0%
 (e) Magnet schools assistance (Part C)
D 110,000 110,000 --- 110,000 0 0.0%
 (f) Choice demonstration fund (Part D-1)
D 0 0 --- 50,000 50,000 ---
5.  Fund for the Improvement of Education (FIE)(ESEA V-D):
 (a) Programs of national significance (subpart 1)
D 245,9369,12,13 383,955 --- 35,000 (348,955) -90.9%
 (b) Character education (subpart 3)
D 7,8459 25,00014 --- 25,000 0 0.0%
 (c) Reading is fundamental/Inexpensive book distribution (subpart 5)
D 23,000 24,00014 --- 24,000 0 0.0%
 (d) Other specific authorities:
  (1) Elementary and secondary school counseling (subpart 2)
D 30,0009 32,500 14 --- 0 (32,500) -100.0%
  (2) Smaller learning communities (subpart 4)
D 125,00011 142,189 --- 0 (142,189) -100.0%
  (3) Javits gifted and talented education (subpart 6)
D 7,5006 11,25014 --- 0 (11,250) -100.0%
  (4) Star schools (subpart 7)
D 59,318 11 27,520 14 --- 0 (27,520) -100.0%
  (5) Ready to teach (subpart 8)
D 8,50015 12,00014 --- 0 (12,000) -100.0%
  (6) Foreign language assistance (subpart 9)
D 14,00016 14,00014 --- 0 (14,000) -100.0%
  (7) Physical education for progress (subpart 10)
D 5,0009 50,00014 --- 0 (50,000) -100.0%
  (8) Community technology centers (subpart 11)
D 64,95011 32,47514 --- 0 (32,475) -100.0%
  (9) Exchanges with historic whaling and trading partners (subpart 12)
D 0 5,00014 --- 0 (5,000) -100.0%
  (10) Arts in education (subpart 15)
D 28,000 30,00014 --- 0 30,000 -100.0%
  (11) Parental assistance information centers (subpart 16)
D 38,00011 40,00014 --- 0 (40,000) -100.0%
  (12) Women's educational equity (subpart 21)
D 3,000 3,00014 --- 0 3,000 -100.0%
SUBTOTAL   383,26817 399,934 --- 0 (399,934) 100.0%
    SUBTOTAL, FIE   660,049 832,889 --- 84,000 (748,889) -89.9%
6.  Safe and drug-free schools and communities (ESEA IV-A):
 (a) State grants (Subpart 1)
Annual appropriation D 109,250 142,017 --- 142,017 0 0.0%
Advance for succeeding fiscal year D 330,000 330,000 --- 330,000 0 0.0%
SUBTOTAL, State grants   439,250 472,017 --- 472,017 0 0.0%
 (b) National programs (Subpart 2)
  (1) Federal activities and evaluation (sections 4121 and 4122)
D 145,000 134,733 --- 145,000 10,267 7.6%
  (2) Project SERV (section 4121)
D 10,000 0 --- 10,000 10,000 ---
  (3) National coordinator program (section 4125)
D 50,000 37,500 --- 17,233 (20,267) -54.0%
  (4) State grants for community service for expelled or suspended students (section 4126)
D 0 50,000 --- 0 (50,000) -100.0%
  (5) Alcohol abuse reduction (section 4129)
D 0 25,000 --- 0 (25,000) -100.0%
  (6) Mentoring program (section 4130)
D 0 17,500 --- 0 (17,500) -100.0%
Subtotal, National programs   205,000 264,733 --- 172,233 (92,500) -34.9%
  (7) Project SERV emergency supplemental (section 4121)
D 0 10,000 --- 0 (10,000) -100.0%
SUBTOTAL   644,250 746,750 --- 644,250 (102,500) -13.7%
7.  State assessments and enhanced assessment instruments (ESEA VI-A-1)
D 0 387,000 --- 387,000 0 0.0%
8.  Education for homeless children and youth (MVHAA Title VII-B)
D 35,000 50,000 --- 50,000 0 0.0%
9.  Education for Native Hawaiians (ESEA VII-B)
D 28,000 30,500 --- 18,300 (12,200) -40.0%
10.  Alaska Native education equity (ESEA VII-C)
D 15,000 24,000 --- 14,200 (9,800) -40.8%
11.  Training and advisory services (CRA IV)
D 7,334 7,334 --- 7,334 0 0.0%
12.  Rural education (ESEA VI-B)
D 0 162,500 --- 0 (162,500) -100.0%
13.  School renovation grants (Department of Education Appropriations Act, 2001, section 321)
D 1,200,000 0 --- 0 0 ---
Total, Appropriation D 7,099,07518 7,837,473 --- 6,784,484 (1,052,989) -13.4%
Total, Budget authority   6,849,075 7,837,473 --- 6,784,484 (1,052,989) -13.4%
Current D 5,334,07519 6,072,47319 --- 5,019,48419 (1,052,989) -17.3%
Prior year's advance D 1,515,000 1,765,000 --- 1,765,000 0 0.0%
Outlays, Total D 2,796,345 4,425,859 --- 6,940,394 2,514,535 56.8%
Current D 1,672,553 2,819,981 --- 5,304,151 2,484,170 88.1%
Advance D 1,123,792 1,605,878 --- 1,636,243 30,365 1.9%
1 Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided for Eisenhower Professional Development State grants ($485,000 thousand) and Class Size Reduction ($1,623,000 thousand).
2 Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided under Eisenhower Professional Development Federal Activities for the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
3 Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided under Eisenhower Professional Development National Activities.
4 Included in the $88,000 thousand provided for teacher recruitment and improvement activities.
5 A total of $3,000 thousand was provided for Troops-to-teachers under Eisenhower Professional Development National Activities and transferred to the Department of Defense to administer the program.
6 Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided in the Education Research, Statistics, and Assessment account.
7 Amounts appropriated have been adjusted to conform with the authorizing statute, which limits the amount available for the Cooperative Education Exchange program to not more than 40 percent of the total appropriated for Civic Education.
8 Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided for International Education Exchange under the Education Research, Statistics, and Assessment account.
9 Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided in the Fund for the Improvement of Education under the Education Research, Statistics, and Assessment account.
10 Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided in the Education Reform account for the Technology Literacy Challenge Fund, previously authorized under ESEA section 3132.
11 Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided in the Education Reform account.
12 Excludes $10,000 thousand transferred to the Department of the Interior for an award to the National Constitution Center for construction activities.
13 Excludes $573 thousand for this program's share of a reduction pursuant to Section 520 of the fiscal year 2001 Labor, HHS, Education Appropriations Act, which requires that administrative and related expenses for departmental management for the Departments of Labor, HHS, and Education be reduced on a pro rata basis by a total of $25,000 thousand.
14 The total appropriated for programs authorized under the Fund for the Improvement of Education exceeds the authorization for appropriations of $550,000 thousand. The amount provided for this program may not be available unless a correction to the fiscal year 2002 appropriations act is enacted.
15 Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided for Telecommunications Demonstration Project for Mathematics under the Education Reform account.
16 Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided under the Bilingual and Immigrant Education account.
17 Adjusted for comparability. Excludes $50,000 thousand for Teaching of Traditional American History, which was appropriated in fiscal year 2002 as a separate activity in the School Improvement Programs account.
18 Adjusted for comparability. Includes $2,281,491 thousand in fiscal year 2001 for programs appropriated in other accounts: $1,870,710 thousand from the Education Reform account, $14,000 thousand from the English Language Acquisition account, and $396,781 thousand from the Education Research, Statistics, and Assessment account. Excludes $51,500 thousand in fiscal year 2001 for programs appropriated in fiscal year 2002 in other accounts: $23,500 thousand in the Education for the Disadvantaged account and $28,000 in the Education Research, Statistics, and Assessment account.
19 Excludes an advance appropriation of $1,765,000 thousand that becomes available on October 1 of the succeeding fiscal year.

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


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