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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Total Department of Education Outlays by Fiscal Year 1989 Appropriation Structure

Fiscal Years 1987-1989 (continued)

(10 thousands of dollars)

Appropriation Ntle

1987 Actual 1)

1988 Estimate 1

1989 Estimate 1/

College Housing and Acadenic Facilities Loans DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATIONS VERSUS APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1987

Vocational and Adult Education:

Vocational and Adult Education
Proposed legislation

Subtotal

$1,230,527

$978,731

$895,174

18,000
913,17%

1,230,527

978,731

Student Financial Assistance:

Student Pinancial Assistance
Proposed legislation

Subtotal

4,779,817

5,319,252

5,773,871

15,800
5,789,671

4,779,817

5,319,252

2,548,179

Guaranteed Student Loans:

Guaranteed Student Loans
Proposed legislation
Credit refon

Subtotal

2,629,639

-1,632

2,743,460

-2,584
2,475, 585
5,216,461

2,548,179

2,628,007

Higher Education

419,105

528,955

486,596

Hovard University

218,218

183,055

173,679

Higher Education Facilities Loans and Insurance :

Higher Education Faciltles Loans and Insurance
Proposed legislation

Subtotal

-84,866

-64,711
-64,717

7,783
-27,631
-19,848

-84,866

6, 208

43,898

College Housing Loans :

College Housing Loans
Proposed legislation

Subtotal

-337, 438

-558,178 -558,178

7,591 -197,024 -189,733

-337,438

Total Department of Education Outlays by Fiscal Year 1989 Appropriation Structure

Fiscal Years 1987-1989 (continued)

(in thousands of dollars)

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1/ Table 15 outlay figures differ from Table 12 as follows: T-15 is total Department of Education outlays; T-12 is

total for Subfunction 501, 502, and 503 out lays.
Note: Back-up to T-15, Moyer Report. Table includes federal funds and trust funds for all Department of Education

subfunctions.
Source: "Budget by Agency and Account," Budget of the United States Government, Plocal Year 1989.

AUTHORIZATIONS VERSUS APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1987

1989

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1988 Appropriation

1989 Authorization

1989 Request

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OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION (OESE)
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1.

Basic grants for the disadvantaged (ECIA Chapter 1): (a) Grants to local educational agencies (section 354):

(1) Basic grants... (21 Concentration grants

3.453.500

0

Indefinite Indefinite

1 1

3.829,600

0

To be determ. To be detern.

2 2.4

3.906. 151

154,000

3 3

3.829.600

4,060, 151

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office. Account Program and Activity (in thousands of dollars)

Table 16

1987
Appropriation

1988
Authorization

QALIRn

Subtotal

3.453,500

(b) State agency programs:

(1) Migrant (section 554(a) (2) (A))
(2) Handicapped (section 554(a)(2)(B))
(3) Neglected and delinquent (section 554(a)(2)(C))

264.524
150. 170
32.616

Indefinite
Indefinite
Indefinite

1
1
1

269,029
151, 269
32.552

To be deter.. 2
To be determ. 2
To be deter.. 2

269,029
151.269
32.616

3
3
3

Subtotal

447.310

(c) State administration (section 554(b)(1)(D))

37. 107

Indefinite

Subtotal. ECIA Chapter 1

3.944,163

3. Migrant education (HEA 418-A):

(a) High school equivalency program
(b) College assistance migrant program

6.300
1.200

Indefinite
Indefinite

7,276
1.340

Indefinite
Indefinite

Subtotal

7.500

Total definite authorization

3.951, 663

Unfunded authorization:

Total definite authorization

3.951.663

1. Authorizing legislation expired September 30, 1987; however, the one year GEPA extension authorizes Chapter 1 activities through

September 30 1988
2. Legislation reauthorizing the prograns currently authorized under Chapter 1 of the Education Consolidation and improvement Act is

included in the oan i bus legislation (IL.R 5) now pending before Congress
3. Proposed for later transaittal: estimate based on pending legislation.
4. Concentration grants were not funded in 1988. Funding is proposed in 1989 under pending reauthorizing legislation
5. Activity would not be authorized in legislation now pending before Congress.

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1. A total of $800,000 thousand is authorized for all P.L. 81-874 activities for fiscal year 1988. 2. The GEPA extension applies through Septenber 30, 1989. Legislation reauthor izing P.L. 81-874 and P.L. 81-815 is included in the

omnibus education legislation (K.R. 5) now pending before the Congress.

1989

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1988
Authorization

1988
Appropriation

1989 Authorization

1989
Request

Indefinite

478,700

To be deters. 1

540.500

2

7,659
3.315

0
3.830
10,244
4.691

7,659 2
3,315 2

0
3.830 2
10,244 2
9,452 2

3

29, 739

To be deters. 1

34,500

508,439

575,000

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office. Account. Program and Activity lin thousands of dollars)

Table 16

1987
Appropriation

School Improvenent Programs

500,000

1. laproving school programs :

(a) State block grants (ECIA 2 subchapters A. B and C).
(b) Secretary's discretionary fund (ECIA 2-D):

(1) Inexpensive book distribution.....
(2) Arts in education ......
(3) Alcohol and drug abuse education.
(4) Law-related education.
(5) National Diffusion Network.
(6) Other discretionary programs

7.800
3.337
3.000
3.000
10,700
1,500

Subtotal

29.337

Subtotal. ECIA Chapter 2.

529,337

2. Drug-free schools and communities (Pub.L. 99-570):

(a) State grants...
(b) National programs

161,046
38.954

Subtotal

200.000

3. Science and mathenatics education (Pub.L. 98-377):

(a) State grants..
(b) Prograns of national significance

72.800
7. 200

Subtotal

80,000

2.000

4 Territorial teacher training (Pub. L. 95-561 sec. 1525).. 5 Leadership in educational administration (LEAD)

(HEA V-C-2)......
6. Christa McAuliffe fellowships (HEA V-D-2).

7,177
2.000

1. The GEPA extension expires September 30, 1988; however, new authorizing legislation is pending,
2. Proposed for later transnittal: estimate based on pending legislation.
3. Section 562 (a) of the Education Consolidation and improvement Act (ECIA) authorizes such suas as may be necessary to carry out the

provisions of Chapter 2. Section 563(a) of the ECIA authorizes up to 6 percent of the sums appropriated for Chapter 2 for the Secretary's

Discretionary Fund
4. This program is authorized in 1989; however, new authorizing legislation is pending
5. A total of $250.000 thousand is authorized for Drug-Free Schools and Coanunities in 1988, of which 17.2 percent is reserved for National

programs and 82.8 percent is reserved for state grants. The 1988 appropriation for State grants exceeded this percentage.
6. The author izing legislation expires Septeaber 30, 1988 The GEPA extension applies through September 30, 1989; however, new authorizing

legislation is pending 7. A total of $350.000 thousand is authorized for Science and Mathematics Education in 1988. of which 90 percent is reserved for State grants,

9 percent is reserved for Programs of National Significance and I percent is reserved for the territories and programs for Indian children. 8. Appropriated under the Higher Education account.

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