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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 POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION (OPE)
Higher Education
1. Aid for institutional development (HEA III):
 (a)Strengthening institutions (Part A, section 311)
D 73,000 73,625 --- 76,275 2,650 3.6%
 (b)Strengthening tribally controlled colleges and universities (Part A, section 316)
D 15,000 17,500     --- 18,130 630 3.6%
 (c)Strengthening Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian-serving institutions (Part A, section 317)
D 6,000 6,500     --- 6,734 234 3.6%
 (d)Strengthening HBCUs (Part B section 323)
D 185,000 206,000     --- 213,415 7,415 3.6%
 (e)Strengthening historically black graduate institutions (Part B, section 326)
D 45,000 49,000     --- 50,764 1,764 3.6%
 (f)Minority science and engineering improvement (Part E-1)
D 8,500 8,500     --- 8,500 0 0.0%

SUBTOTAL

  332,500 361,125 --- 373,818 12,693 3.5%
2. Other aid for institutions:
 (a)Developing Hispanic-serving institutions (HEA V)
D 68,500 86,000     --- 89,096 3,096 3.6%
 (b)International education and foreign language studies:
  (1)Domestic programs (HEA VI-A and B)
D 67,000 85,200 --- 88,000 2,800 3.3%
  (2)Overseas programs (MECEA section 102(b)(6))
D 10,000 11,800 --- 13,000 1,200 10.2%
  (3)Institute for International Public Policy (HEA VI-C)
D 1,022 1,500 --- 1,500 0 0.0%

SUBTOTAL

  78,022 98,500 --- 102,500 4,000 4.1%
 (c)Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (HEA VII-B)
D 146,687 180,922     --- 39,138 (141,784) -78.4%
 (d)Demonstration projects to ensure quality higher education for students with disabilities (HEA VII-D)
D 6,000 7,000     --- 0 (7,000) -100.0%
 (e)Interest subsidy grants (HEA section 121)
D 10,000 5,000     --- 3,000 (2,000) -40.0%
3. Assistance for students:
 (a) Federal TRIO programs (HEA IV-A-2, Chapter 1)
D 730,000 802,500     --- 802,500 0 0.0%
 (b)Gaining early awareness and readiness for undergraduate programs (GEAR UP) (HEA IV-A-2, Chapter 2)
D 295,000 285,000     --- 285,000 0 0.0%
 (c)Scholarships and fellowships:
  (1)Byrd honors scholarships (HEA IV-A-6)
D 41,001 41,001 --- 41,001 0 0.0%
  (2)Javits fellowships (HEA VII-A-1)
D 10,000 10,000 --- 10,000 0 0.0%
  (3)Graduate assistance in areas of national need (HEA VII-A-2)
D 31,000 31,000 --- 31,000 0 0.0%
  (4)Thurgood Marshall legal educational opportunity program (HEA VII-A-3)
D 4,000 4,000 --- 0 (4,000) -100.0%
  (5)B.J. Stupak Olympic scholarships (HE Amendments of 1992, section 1543)
D 1,000 1,000 --- 0 (1,000) -100.0%
 (d)Child care access means parents in school (HEA IV-A-7)
D 25,000 25,000     --- 15,000 (10,000) -40.0%
 (e)Learning anytime anywhere partnerships (HEA IV-A-8)
D 30,000 0     --- 0 0     ---
4. Teacher quality enhancement (HEA II-A)
D 98,000 90,000     --- 90,000 0 0.0%
5. GPRA data/HEA program evaluation (Department of Education Appropriations Act, 2002)
D 3,000 1,000     --- 1,000 0 0.0%
6. Underground railroad program (HE Amendments of 1998, VIII-H)
D 1,750 2,000     --- 0 (2,000) -100.0%
7. Web-based Education Commission (HE Amendments of 1998, VIII-J)
D 250 0 --- 0 0 ---
Total D 1,911,710 2,031,048 --- 1,883,053 (147,995) -7.3%
Outlays, Total D 1,462,478 1,865,964 --- 1,953,349 87,385 4.7%


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