OVERVIEW
Fiscal Years 2013-2015 State Tables for the U.S. Department of Education

State tables (last updated 03/06/2014) are available for FY 2013, FY 2014 Appropriations and FY 2015 estimates.

Fiscal years 2013 and 2014 are based on appropriation bills that provided funding under current law.

The amounts listed for FY 2013 include the effect of the sequester and an across-the-board cut in the final appropriation.

Funds included in the State-by-State tables are for agency programs that allocate funds to States or local educational agencies using statutory formulas. The totals do not reflect all Department of Education funds that a State receives. States and other entities may also receive Department funds awarded on a competitive basis. These tables also include financial support from selected student aid programs that provide funds to postsecondary institutions located in the State, as well as the new federally supported loans made to students attending postsecondary institutions located in the State.

Each of the State tables by State shows subtotals for:

  • Elementary and Secondary Education Act programs;
  • All elementary and secondary education programs;
  • Postsecondary education programs;
  • Rehabilitative services and disability research programs; and
  • Student loan volume.

The data on these tables are for information purposes only and do not constitute any binding agreement on behalf of the U.S. Department of Education.

Updating the State tables — The State tables are posted and updated as a package, rather than on an individual basis. As a result, changes are not necessarily made to every program and/or every State each time the tables are updated. Major updates normally are posted for significant milestones in the appropriations process, such as the President's Budget Request and enactment of an appropriation. Major changes also are made when final allocations occur for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act programs—usually in July. In addition, routine updates are performed each month, as needed, and typically reflect only minor changes.

For further information contact the ED Budget Service.


 
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Last Modified: 03/06/2014