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TOTAL, Federal Outlays for Education

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16,572

$500 thousand or less. 1/ Reflects proposed legislation and credit refora. Note: Detail may not add to Subtotals/Totals due to rounding.

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1/ Reflects proposed legislation and credit reforı.
Note: Detaii may not add to Subtotals/Totals due to rounding.

Federal Education

For additional information: See Moyer Exhibit B-1:
Appropriations, Subfunctions 501, 502, 503.

Source:

Budget by Agency and Account, Part 6f, Budget of the U.S. Government,
Piscal Year 1989.

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$55,000,000

8,000,000

100,000,000
31,000,000

103,519,000 11

School Improvement Programs :

Chapter 2 State Block Grants
Chapter 2 Secretary's

Discretionary Fund
Drug-Free Schools and Communities:

State Grants

National Programs
Science and Math Education:

State Grants
Programs of National

Significance
Territorial Teacher Training

Assistance
Fund for the Improvement and Reform

of Schools and Teaching Leadership in Educational

Administration
Training and Advisory Services
Christa McAuliffe Fellowships

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31,064,000

Education for the Handicapped:
Special Education Personnel
Development

66,410,000

Rehabilitation Services and
Handicapped Research:
Training

30,000,000

1/ The reauthorization of these programs is expected to decrease the setaside

for Programs of National Significance from 9 percent to 4 percent, and increase the amount for State Grants by the same amount. Training funds within each program would change; however, the total amount for Science and Math Education training activities would remain the same.

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1/ Reflects total 1989 loan volume generated by Department of Education programs,

including institutional capital from revolving funds ( Perkins), institutional matching funds (Perkins and Income Contingent Loans), and Guaranteed Student Loan capital.

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