FY 2001 Budget Summary - February 2000


Appendix Table 2a

FY 2001 Budget Request:
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education

Education Reform

(in thousands of dollars)

Office, Account, Program and Activity

Category
Code
1999
Appropriation
  2000
Appropriation
  2001
President's
Budget
  Change from 2000
Amount Percent
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE)
Education Reform
1. 21st Century community learning centers (ESEA X-I) D 200,000 1 453,377   1,000,000   546,623 120.6%
2. Small, safe, and successful high schools (ESEA X-A, section 10105) D 0   0   120,000   120,000 ---
3. Educational technology (ESEA III):                  
  (a) Technology literacy challenge fund (section 3132) D 425,000   425,000   450,000   25,000 5.9%
  (b) Next-generation technology innovation:                  
      (1) Next-generation techology innnovation (proposed legislation) D 0   0   170,000   170,000 ---
      (2) Technology innovation challenge grants (section 3136) D 115,100   146,255   0   (146,255) -100.0%
      (3) Star schools (Part B) D 45,000   50,500   0   (50,550) -100.0%
      Subtotal for (b)   160,100   196,805   170,000   (26,805) -13.6%
  (c) Regional technology in education consortia (section 3141) D 10,000   10,000   10,000   0 0.0%
  (d) Technology leadership activities D 2,000   2,000   2,000   0 0.0%
  (e) Ready to learn digital television (Part C) D 11,000   16,000   16,000   0 0.0%
  (f) Telecommunications program for professional development:                  
     (1) Telecommunications program for professional development (proposed legislation) D 0   0   5,000   5,000 ---
     (2) Telecommunications demonstration project for mathematics (Part D) D 5,000   8,500   0   (8,500) -100.0%
  (g) Community technology centers D 10,000   32,500   100,000   67,500 207.7%
  (h) Preparing tomorrow's teachers to use technology (ESEA III, sec 3122) D 75,000   75,000   150,000   75,000 100.0%
      Subtotal, educational technology   698,100   765,805   903,000   137,195 17.9%
4. Recognition and Reward (ESEA X-A) D 0   0   50,000   50,000 ---
5. Goals 2000 State and local education systemic improvement (Goals 2000 EAA-III) D 461,000   458,000   0   (458,000) -100.0%
6. School-to-work opportunities (STW Opportunities Act Titles II, III and IV) D 125,000 2 55,000 2 0 2 (55,000) -100.0%
  Total   1,484,100 3 1,732,182 3 2,073,000   340,818 19.7%
  Outlays   887,118   1,124,949   1,488,433   363,484 32.3%
 
1 Adjusted for comparability. Funds were provided in the Education Research, Statistics and Improvement account.
2 An identical amount is included in the budget for the Department of Labor.
3 Adjusted for comparability. Excludes $30,000 thousand in 1999 and $33,000 thousand in 2000 for the Goals 2000 Parental Assistance program, which is requested in 2001 as Parental Information Resource Centers in the School Improvement Programs account
NOTE: All activities in this account for which funds are proposed in fiscal year 2001 are requested under proposed legislation
NOTE: Category Codes are as follows: D = discretionary program; M = mandatory program.

Direct any questions to Martha Jacobs, Budget Service


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