President's FY 2023 Budget Request for the U.S. Department of Education

Today, the Administration released the fiscal year 2023 budget request for the U.S. Department of Education. “Federal budgets are an expression of values. This proposal reflects the Biden-Harris administration’s deep belief in the importance of education and the success and wellbeing of our nation’s students. It’s my hope that Congress answers the President’s call for continued investments that help our schools hire and support more teachers, school counselors, and other personnel who can nurture the social, emotional, and academic development and mental well-being of our children and youth in this critical time and beyond. Across the country, we must focus our efforts on recovery. That means ensuring all students—especially those from underserved communities and those most impacted by the pandemic—receive the resources they need to thrive. Importantly, this budget also invests in access to affordable higher education and the creation of stronger pathways that meet the demands of our workforce and connect students to well-paying jobs and fulfilling careers,” said Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona.

The following materials show what this budget provides for the programs and activities of the Department of Education:

FY 2023 Budget for the entire U.S. Government

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Last Modified: 03/29/2022