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					                     FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS
                                                                               FY 11
                        FY 08              FY 09             FY 10
     Perkins                                                                Administration
                        Final              Final             Final
                                                                              Proposal
Basic State Grants    $1,160,911,000     $1,160,911,000    $1,160,911,000      $1,264,000,000
National Programs         $7,860,000         $7,860,000        $7,860,000          $7,860,000
Tech Prep              $102,923,000       $102,923,000      $102,923,000        Consolidated1
Perkins Total         $1,271,694,000     $1,271,694,000    $1,271,694,000     $1,271, 860,000


   Workforce                                                                   FY 11
                        FY 08              FY 09             FY 10
  Development                                                               Administration
                        Final              Final             Final
   Programs                                                                   Proposal
Youth Programs         $924,069,000       $924,069,000      $924,069,000     $1,025,000,0002
Adult Programs         $861,540,000       $861,540,000      $861,540,000      $906,884,0002
Dislocated Workers    $1,341,891,000     $1,341,891,000    $1,413,000,000    $1,475,307,0002
Career Pathways
                       $122,816,0003      $125,000,000      $125,000,000                   $0
Innovation Fund
Workforce Data
                                   --                --      $12,500,000         $13,750,000
Quality Initiative
Green Jobs
                                   --                --      $40,000,000         $85,000,000
Innovation Fund
YouthBuild               $58,952,000       $70,000,000      $102,500,000        $120,000,000
Transitional Jobs
                                   --                --      $45,000,000         $40,000,000
Program


                                                                               FY 11
                        FY 08              FY 09             FY 10
Other Programs                                                              Administration
                        Final              Final             Final
                                                                              Proposal
Pell Grant
                              $4,731            $5,350            $5,550               $5,710
Maximum
IDEA                 $11,993,683,000    $12,579,677,000   $12,587,035,000    $12,846,190,000
NCLB – Title I       $13,898,875,000    $14,492,401,000   $14,492,401,000    $14,492,401,000
Smaller Learning
                         $80,108,000       $88,000,000       $88,000,000        Consolidated6
Communities
Elementary & Sec.
                         $48,617,000       $52,000,000       $55,000,000        Consolidated6
School Counseling
Striving Readers         $35,371,000       $35,371,000      $250,000,000        Consolidated6
Magnet Schools          $104,829,000      $104,829,000      $100,000,000        $110,000,000
Adult Education         $567,468,000      $567,468,000      $639,567,000        $653,661,000
Education
                        $267,494,000      $269,872,000      $100,000,000                   $0
Technology Grants
High School
Graduation                         --                --      $50,000,000        Consolidated6
Initiative
School
                                          $545,633,000      $545,633,000        $900,000,000
Improvement Fund
Health Professions
Training programs                         $392,728,000      $497,854,000     Not yet available
(HHS)
Dept. of Ed. Total   $59,181,468,0004   $62,646,199,000   $63,716,556,000   $49,700,290,0005
                                      FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS
All numbers are rounded to the nearest thousand.

   its FY 2011 budget request, the Obama Administration proposed to consolidate funding for the Tech Prep program into the Perkins
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Basic State Grant, increasing the Basic State Grant allocation as a result.
2 The increases proposed for the Workforce Investment Act adult, youth and dislocated worker funding streams will be redirected though a
set aside to a new Workforce Innovation Fund to provide competitive grants to states and localities, resulting in essentially level funding for
these formula grants.
3Funds for the Career Pathway Innovation Fund (formerly the Community Based Job Training Grants) in FY 2007, FY 2008 and FY 2009
were taken from the Dislocated Worker national reserve fund, effectively reducing the funds available for dislocated worker programs.
4In FY 2008, the Department of Education also received an additional $30,000,000 for P.L. 110-329, Disaster Relief and Recovery
Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2008, enacted September 30, 2008.
5In the Administration’s FY 2011 budget request, Pell grant funding was moved from the discretionary side of the Department of
Education’s budget to the mandatory side, which resulted in the reported decrease in funds. In comparable figures, the Department of
Education’s FY 2011 proposed appropriation is a $3.48 billion increase.
6 Aspart of the Administration’s Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization proposal, the FY 2011 budget request
proposes to consolidate 38 K-12 programs into 11 new programs. These programs are much broader than the original programs they
consolidate, but full details are not available. The new consolidated programs and their proposed funding levels are:
     1. Effective Teachers and Leaders - $2.5 billion
     2. Teacher and Leader Innovation Fund - $950 million
     3. Teacher and Leader Pathways - $405 million
     4. Effective Teaching and Learning: Literacy (includes Striving Readers) - $450 million
     5. Effective Teaching and Learning: STEM - $300 million
     6. Effective Teaching and Learning for a Well-Rounded Education - $265 million
     7. Expanding Educational Options (includes Smaller Learning Communities) - $490 million
     8. College Pathways and Accelerated Learning (includes High School Graduation Initiative) - $100 million
     9. Successful, Safe, and Healthy Students (includes Elementary and Secondary School Counseling) - $410 million
     10. Race to the Top - $1.35 billion
     11. Investing in Innovation - $500 million

				
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