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1. Section 702(b)(4) of the current law requires that at least 60 percent of the total appropriation (after funds for State educational agency
2. Proposed for later transmittal: estimate based on pending legislation.
3. Section 702(b) (5) of the current law reserves a minimum of 25 percent of the total appropriation (after funds for State educational agency
5. This program is authorized in 1989; however new authorizing legislation is pending.
Funds for this program were appropriated under the Department of Health and Human Services. Public Law 99-605. enacted on November 6, 1986, provided for direct appropriation of these funds to the Department of Education. 7 The GEPA extension applies through September 30, 1989.
1. Additional legislation is to be proposed that will merge the authorities for Deaf Blind Projects and Severely Handicapped Projects into one authority for Deaf Blind and Other Severely Handicapped Projects.
2. Activity combines Deaf-blind Projects (EHA C 622) and Severely Handicapped Projects (EHA C 624).
Reflects a reprogramming of $1.196 thousand from Media and Captioning Services to Special Education Technology.
4. All authorizations are under the Education of the Handicapped Act (EHA).
1. The Rehabilitation Act Amendments for 1986 require that 0.25 of 1 percent to 1 percent of the appropriation for Vocational rehabilitation State grants be set aside for Grants for Indians.
2. Reflects a reprogramming of $2.090 thousand from Special Demonstration Programs to Supported Employment
3. Of the amount appropriated against this authorization. 5 percent must be set aside for Migratory workers.
4. Reflects a reprogramming of $9.000 thousand from Innovation and Expansion to Supported Employment Projects.
5. Of the amount appropriated for Special demonstration programs. 5 percent must be set aside for Migratory workers. There is further
NOTE The 1987 appropriation of $9.000 thousand for Innovation and Expansion (RA I-C) and the 1987 appropriation of $1,500 thousand for American Indians (RA) section 130) were reprogrammed in their entirety
1. Reflects a reprogramming of $500 thousand from A erican Indians (RA 1 section 130). 2. Reflects a reprogramming of $190 thousand from American Indians (RA I section 130).
1. Reflects a later transmittal based on proposed legislation to terminate the trust fund 2. Section 101 authorizes a permanent appropriation of $10 thousand per year in addition to authorizing an annual appropriation of "such sums as may be necessary".
3. This program was appropriated as one of the accounts under Special Institutions
These programs are authorized under the Education of the Deaf Act of 1986 (20 CS C 4301 et seq ).