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FY 2010 Department of Education Appropriation

Rob Boisseau
Number 150 - December 21, 2009  |  Search FYI  |   FYI Archives  |   Subscribe to FYI

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The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2010 (H.R. 3288), signed by President Obama on December 16, contains funding for the Department of Education.  Figures for programs listed below are rounded.

OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION

Education for the Disadvantaged
School Improvement Grants-
FY 2009 appropriation: $545.6 million
FY 2010 request: $1,545.6 million, an increase of $1 billion, or 183 percent
FY 2010 appropriation: $545.6 million

Title I Early Childhood Grants-
FY 2009 appropriation: $0
FY 2010 request: $500 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $0

Early Learning Fund-
FY 2009 appropriation: $0
FY 2010 request: $300 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $0

School Improvement Programs
State Grants for Improving Teacher Quality-
FY 2009 appropriation: $2,947.8 million
FY 2010 request: $2,947.8 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $2,947.8 million

Mathematics and Science Partnerships (MSP)-
FY 2009 appropriation: $179 million
FY 2010 request: $179 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $180.5 million, an increase of $1.5 million, or 0.84 percent

This is the first increase to the Department of Education’s MSP program since 2006.

Educational Technology State Grants-
FY 2009 appropriation: $269.9 million
FY 2010 request: $100 million, a decrease of $169.9 million, or 63 percent
FY 2010 appropriation: $100 million, as requested

21st Century Community Learning Centers-
FY 2009 appropriation: $1,131 million
FY 2010 request: $1,131 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $1,166 million, an increase of $35 million or 3 percent

State Assessments-
FY 2009 appropriation: $411 million
FY 2010 request: $411 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $411 million, as requested

OFFICES OF INNOVATION AND IMPROVEMENT

Innovation and Improvement
Magnet School Assistance-
FY 2009 appropriation: $105 million
FY 2010 request: $105 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $100 million, a decrease of $5 million, or 5 percent

Teacher Incentive Fund-
FY 2009 appropriation: $97.3 million (plus $200 million in emergency funding)
FY 2010 request: $487.3 million, an increase of $390 million, or 401 percent
FY 2010 appropriation: $400 million, an increase of $303 million, or 311 percent

National Teacher Recruitment Fund-
FY 2009 appropriation: $0
FY 2010 request: $30 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $0

OFFICE OF POST SECONDARY EDUCATION

Higher Education
Minority Science and Engineering Improvement-
FY 2009 appropriation: $8.6 million
FY 2010 request: $9 million, an increase of $429,000, or 5 percent
FY 2010 appropriation: $9.5 million, an increase of $926,000, or 11 percent

Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need-
FY 2009 appropriation: $31 million
FY 2010 request: $31 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $31 million

Teacher Quality Partnerships-
FY 2009 appropriation: $50 million
FY 2010 request: $50 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $43 million, a decrease of $7 million, or 14 percent

Baccalaureate STEM and Foreign Language Teacher Training Program-
FY 2009 appropriation: $1.1 million
FY 2010 request: $1.1 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $1.1 million

Master’s STEM and Foreign Language Teacher Training Program-
FY 2009 appropriation: $1.1 million
FY 2010 request: $1.1 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $1.1 million

INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION SCIENCES

Institute of Education Sciences
Research, Development, Dissemination-
FY 2009 appropriation: $167.2 million
FY 2010 request: $224.2 million, an increase of $57 million, or 34 percent
FY 2010 appropriation: $200.2 million, an increase of $33 million, or 20 percent

Statistics-
FY 2009 appropriation: $98.5 million
FY 2010 request: $108.5 million, an increase of $10 million, or 10 percent
FY 2010 appropriation: $108.5 million, as requested

Regional Education Laboratories-
FY 2009 appropriation: $67.6 million
FY 2010 request: $70.7 million, an increase of $7.1 million, or 5 percent
FY 2010 appropriation: $70.7 million, as requested

Assessments-
FY 2009 appropriation: $138.8 million
FY 2010 request: $138.8 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $138.8 million

Statewide Data Systems-
FY 2009 appropriation: $65 million
FY 2010 request: $65 million
FY 2010 appropriation: $58.3 million, a decrease of $6.75 million, or 10 percent

Rob Boisseau
Media and Government Relations Division
American Institute of Physics
rboissea@aip.org
301-209-3094