On February 1, 2010, President Obama released his Fiscal Year 2011 Budget. The following materials are available showing what this budget provides for the programs and activities of the Department of Education:
Secretary Duncan testified on the FY 2011 Budget Request:
on March 18, 2010 before the House Subcommittee on Labor/HHS/ED Appropriations
on April 14, 2010 before the Senate Subcommittee on Labor/HHS/ED Appropriations.
Secretary Duncan announced budget that signals bold changes for ESEA.
The FY 2011 Education Budget Summary and Background Information provides program information and detailed budget tables.
The FY 2011 Justifications of Appropriations Estimates to the Congress.
The FY 2011 Exhibit 300s posted on USAspending.gov.
What does the President's FY 2011 Education budget request mean for your State? State tables show how funds will be distributed under State formula-allocated and selected student aid programs. State allocations for fiscal years 2010 and 2011 and some Recovery Act programs are preliminary estimates based on currently available data. Allocations based on new data may result in significant changes from these preliminary estimates.
A New Foundation for 21st Century Learning: Education Technology Investments in the 2011 Budget [PDF, 94K]
STEM: Preparing Our Children for the Future [PDF, 114K]
FY 2011 Budget for the entire U.S. Government
The President's FY 2011 Budget for the entire United States Government is available online.