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AUTHORIZATIONS VERSUS APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1987 - 1989

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1987
Appropriation

1988
Authorization

1988 Appropriation

1989
Authorization

1989
Request

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75,000

0 71.805

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75,000 3 To be deter. 1

10,000

2 115,000 2

5,000 2

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3,500
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5.000

16.000
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23,935

4,787 3.351 23. 456 23,935

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20,000 5
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24 - Mar 88

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

Table 16

School I aprovement Prograns (continued)

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7. Pund for the laprovenent and Refors of Schools and

Teaching (HR. 5).
8. Magnet schools assistance (Pub.L. 98-377).
9. Parental choice open enrollaent denonstrations (H.R. 5)
10. Education of homeless children and youth

(Pub.L. 100 77).....
11. Wonen'educational equity (ESEA IX-C).
12. Training and advisory services (CRA IV).
13. Dropout prevention demonstrations (NR. 5)
14. General assistance to the Virgin Islands

(Pub.L. 95- 561 section 1524)
15. Ellender fellowships (Pub. L. 92-306 )
16. Pollow through (Follow Through Act)
17. Star schools (H.R. 5).....

Total deflaite authorization.

Unfunded authorization:

Excellence in education (EESA Title VI)

Partnerships in education for sathematics, science

and engineering (EESA Title IIT).

Education of homeless children and youth exemplary

grants (Stewart B. Mckinney Moneles. Assistance Act section 723).

Total definite authorization

941.490

Chicago Litigation Settlement

1. Chicago desegregation activities.

Total

1. New authorizing legislation is pending
2. Proposed for later transa iltal: estinate based on pending legislation
3. The authorizing legislation expires September 30, 1988. The GEPA extension applies through Septeaber 30, 1989; however, new authoriting

legislation is pending
6. The CEPA extension applies through September 30. 1989 No new authorizing legislation is proposed
3. This program is authorized in 1989however. new authorizing legislation le pending
6. Pub. Low 100 202 section 137 provides that this program should be carried out under the provisions of the Senate passed version of H.M.S.
1. Adjusted for comparability Excludes $9.594 thousand for Workplace Literacy Partnerships, which

was appropriated under the Special Programs account (now School Taprovement Programs in

fiscal year 1988 am 1. shown in the Vocational and Adult kducation account 8. Neappropriatlon

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NOTE: Funds for Indian Education are provided in the Department of the Interior and Related Agencies

Appropriations Acts.

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1. Section 702163(4) of the current law requires that at least 60 percent of the total appropriation (after funds for State educational agency

grants have been subtracted) be reserved for Part C programs. This set aside is subject to change in the pending reauthorization

legislation.
2. Proposed for later transaittal: estinate based on pending legislation
3. Section 70216)(5) of the current la reserves a unique of 25 percent of the total appropriation (after funds for state educational agency

grants have been subtracted) for Part C program This set aside is subject to change in the pending reauthorization legislation.
4. The GEPA extension applies through Septeaber 30. 1989; however, new authorizing legislation to pending.
5. This program is authorized in 1989; however new authorizing legislation is pending
6. Vunds for thi. program were appropriated under the Department of Health and Human Services, Public Law 90-603,

enacted on November 6, 1986, provided for direct appropriation of these funds to the Departrent of Education 7 The GEPA extension applies through Septeaber 30, 1999

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Special purpose fonds:
(a) Deaf blind and other severely handicapped

projects (EHA-C-622 and 624).
(b) Deaf-blind projects (EHA-C-622)
(c) Severely handicapped projects (EHA-C-624)
(d) Early childhood education (EHA-C -623)
(e) Secondary and transitional services (EHAC-626)
() Postsecondary programs (EHA-C-625)
(g) Innovation and development (EHA E)
(h) Media and captioning services (EHA-F)
(1) Special education technology (EHA-G)
(1) Special studies (EHA-B-618).
(k) Special education personnel development

(EHA D-631, 632 and 634 )
(1) Recruitment and information

clearinghouses (EHA D-633)
(a) Regional resource centers (EHA-C-621)

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5. 300
24.470
7.300
5.900
18.000
13.804
4.696
3,800

16,800

5.600
25.870
7.700
6. 200
19,000
15.750
10.500
4.000

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5,361
23. 428
7.372
5.840
17.233
13,216
4.787
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17.800

5.900
27.410
8.100
6.600
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16.540
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1. Additional legislation is to be proposed that will aerge 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 (EHAC 622) and Severely Handicapped Projects (ENA C 624)
3. Reflects a reprogramning 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).

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Special purpose funds:
(a) Service and deaonstration projects:
(1) Special demonstration programs

(RA II section 311(a)).
(2) Supported eap loynent projects

(RA III section 311(d)).
(3) Model transition grants

(RA 111 section 311(e))
(4) Recreational program. (RA III section 316)
(5) Nigratory workers (RA NII section 312)

(6) Projects with industry (RA VI section 621)
(b) Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind

Youths and Adults (Pub.L. 98-221 section 201).

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1. The Rehabilitation Act Agendaents 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 o reprograma ing of $2.090 thousand from Special Demonstration Programs to Supported Eaployment

State Grants and a reprogramming of $810 thousand from American Indians (RAI section 130).
3. Of the anount appropriated against this authorization. 5 percent must be set aside for migratory workers.
4. Reflecta a reprogramsing of 50.000 thousand from Innovation and Expansion to Supported Eaployment Projects,
5. Of the amount appropriated for Special dumonstration progress 5 percent oust be set aside for Nigratory workers. There is further

authoi lzed such additional asount. as say be necessary to equal, when added to the amount made available by the 5 percent from Special demonstration programs. an daount of 39.000 thousand

NOTE: The 1991 appropriation of $9 000 thousand for innovation and Expansion (RA 1-C) and the 1981 appropriation

of $1,500 thousand for American Indians (RA section 130) were reprogrammed in their entirety

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