Today, the Administration released the fiscal year 2024 budget request for the U.S. Department of Education. “The investments proposed in President Biden’s new budget reflect this Administration’s deep belief in education as the foundation of all opportunity in America. It is my hope that Congress answers the President’s call for continued investments that will help schools, parents, families, and communities raise the bar in education by promoting academic excellence, accelerating learning, building safe and supportive school communities, and addressing major challenges like the educator shortage, the mental health and well-being of our students, and access to high-quality early learning programs. The President’s budget would also expand career-connected learning in our schools and provide more pathways to well-paying careers, as well as raise the bar for college affordability, inclusive student success, and driving more equitable outcomes in higher education,” said Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona.
The following materials show what this budget provides for the programs and activities of the Department of Education:
- Press Release
- *The FY 2024 Education Budget Summary and Background Information [PDF, 447K] provides program information and detailed budget tables.
- *The FY 2024 Education Budget Key Highlights [PDF, 714K]
- FY 2024 Justifications of Appropriations Estimates to the Congress
FY 2024 Budget for the entire U.S. Government
*The Department of Education strives to make all content accessible to everyone. While these documents do not currently meet the standards of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, Office of Planning, Evaluation, and Policy Development, Budget Service (BS), Budget Policy and Coordination Division is working to create accessible versions. If you need access to these documents before the accessible versions are available, please contact the Information Technology Accessibility Program Helpdesk at ITAPSUPPORT@ed.gov to help facilitate.