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U.S. Department of Education Strategic Plan: 1998-2002 9/30/97 – Page 57 $7,336,351 $476,000 $199,973 $256,965 $101,992 $305,473 $730,000 $310,000 $310,000 $15,000 Title I neglected and delinquent children$39,311 $10,265 $95,000 $25,000 $15,000 $50,987 Charter schools X $25,554 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Comp. regional assistance centers $6,977 $9,469 $9,000 $2,000 $7,334 $1,500 $8,000 X Alaska Native education equity FY 1997 Appropriation ($000s) $555,978

Migrant education (HEP and CAMP)

Innovative strategies state grants

Goal 1: K-12 education system 1.1 States develop and implement standards 1.2 School to work 1.3 Strong, safe and drug-free schools 1.4 Talented and dedicated teachers 1.5 Families and communities 1.6 Public school choice 1.7 Technology Goal 2: A solid foundation for all students 2.1 All children ready to learn 2.2 Third grade reading 2.3 Eighth grade math 2.4 Special populations help

X

X X

X

X X X

X

X

X

X

X

Goal 3: Postsecondary education and lifelong learning 3.1 Secondary students--information & support 3.2 Postsecondary students--fin. aid & support 3.4 Lifelong learning Goal 4: High-performance organization 4.3 Research, evaluation and improvement Civil rights, direct support X

X

X

Education for Native Hawaiians

Goals 2000 parental assistance

Inexpensive book distribution

School-to-work opportunities

Women's educational equity

Goals 2000 grants to states

Safe and drug-free schools

Magnet schools assistance

Title I migrant education

Ellender fellowships

Title I evaluation

Arts in education

Impact Aid

Table 3, Part 1 Support for Strategic Plan Goals and Objectives by Department of Education Programs

Title IV-CRA trng./advisory services

Ed. for homeless children and youth

Technology challenge (fund/grants)

Eisenhower prof. dev. state grants

Title I grants to local ed. agencies

Even Start

U.S. Department of Education Strategic Plan: 1998-2002 Goal 1: K-12 education system 1.1 States develop and implement standards 1.2 School to work 1.3 Strong, safe and drug-free schools 1.4 Talented and dedicated teachers 1.5 Families and communities 1.6 Public school choice 1.7 Technology Goal 2: A solid foundation for all students 2.1 All children ready to learn 2.2 Third grade reading 2.3 Eighth grade math 2.4 Special populations help

9/30/97 – Page 58 Goal 4: High-performance organization 4.3 Research, evaluation and improvement Civil rights, direct support

Table 3, Part 2 Support for Strategic Plan Goals and Objectives by Department of Education Programs

FY 1997 Appropriation ($000s)

Goal 3: Postsecondary education and lifelong learning 3.1 Secondary students--information & support 3.2 Postsecondary students--fin. aid & support 3.4 Lifelong learning X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Indian education Bilingual education Foreign language assistance Immigrant education IDEA special ed. state grants (Part B) IDEA preschool grants (Part B) IDEA infants and families (Part H) IDEA State improvement IDEA research to practice X X IDEA personnel preparation X X X IDEA parent information centers X X IDEA technology and media services X X X X Vocational rehab. (VR) state grants X VR grants for Indians $58,050 $156,700 $5,000 $100,000 $360,409 $315,754 $26,988 $97,140 $80,735 $15,535 $30,023 X $12,000

$3,109,395

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

$2,164,038

X

VR client assistance State grants VR training VR special demonstration programs VR migratory workers VR recreational programs VR protect./advoc. indiv. rights VR projects with industry VR supported employmt. state grants VR independent living VR program improvement VR evaluation

$10,392 $39,629 $18,942 $1,850 $2,596 $7,657 $22,071 $38,152 $74,687 $2,391 $1,587

U.S. Department of Education Strategic Plan: 1998-2002 Goal 2: A solid foundation for all students 2.1 All children ready to learn 2.2 Third grade reading 2.3 Eighth grade math 2.4 Special populations help Goal 1: K-12 education system 1.1 States develop and implement standards 1.2 School to work 1.3 Strong, safe and drug-free schools 1.4 Talented and dedicated teachers 1.5 Families and communities 1.6 Public school choice 1.7 Technology

9/30/97 – Page 59 Goal 4: High-performance organization 4.3 Research, evaluation and improvement Civil rights, direct support

Table 3, Part 3 Support for Strategic Plan Goals and Objectives by Department of Education Programs

FY 1997 Appropriation ($000s)

Goal 3: Postsecondary education and lifelong learning 3.1 Secondary students--information & support 3.2 Postsecondary students--fin. aid & support 3.4 Lifelong learning X X X Helen Keller National Center X NIDRR Assistive technology $7,337 $69,990 $36,109 American Printing House for the Blind $6,680 Natl. Technical Institute for the Deaf Gallaudet University X X Vocational education State grants X Vocational education natl. programs Tribally control. postsec. voc. instit. Adult ed. (grants, eval., tech. assist.) National Institute for Literacy Literacy programs for prisoners X X X X X X X Pell grants Campus-based programs State student incentive grants Federal Family Education Loans Direct Student Loans $43,041 $79,182 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X $13,497 $2,919 $345,337 $4,491 $4,723 $50,000 $372,694 Aid for institutional development (Title $194,846 Fund for Improvement of Postsec. Ed. $18,000 Minority teacher recruitment Minority science improvement $2,212 $5,255 Int. ed., foreign lang. studies Urban community service Interest subsidy grants Pell Inst. for Int. Rel. & Public Policy $59,751 $9,200 $15,673 $3,000

X X X X X X X

$1,115,550

$5,919,000 $1,591,407

$3,171,260

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$499,994

$196,000

$29,117

$24,069

$54,000

$51,000

$18,567

$79,752

Eisenhower prof. dev. federal activities $13,342

$10,000

$30,000

$40,000

$15,000

$3,600

$3,000

$5,931

$7,000

$1,035

$5,000

$1,000

$3,100

$4,500

National education research institutes

Telecommunications math

Byrd honors scholarships

George Bush fellowships

Statistics and assessment

Ready to learn television

National writing project

Goal 1: K-12 education system 1.1 States develop and implement standards 1.2 School to work 1.3 Strong, safe and drug-free schools 1.4 Talented and dedicated teachers 1.5 Families and communities 1.6 Public school choice 1.7 Technology Goal 2: A solid foundation for all students 2.1 All children ready to learn 2.2 Third grade reading 2.3 Eighth grade math 2.4 Special populations help

X X X X

X

X

X X X

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

X

X

X

X X

X

X

X

X

X

X X

X

X

X

X

X

X X X

X

X X X X X

X X X

X X X X

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X

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X X

X X

X X X

X

X X X

Goal 3: Postsecondary education and lifelong learning 3.1 Secondary students--information & support X 3.2 Postsecondary students--fin. aid & support X 3.4 Lifelong learning Goal 4: High-performance organization 4.3 Research, evaluation and improvement Civil rights, direct support

X

X

X

X

X X X X X

X X X X X X

X X

Office for Civil Rights

Howard University

Javits fellowships

Learning centers

TRIO programs

Civic education

Star schools

Table 3, Part 4 Support for Strategic Plan Goals and Objectives by Department of Education Programs

Internatl. ed. exchange (Goals 2000)

Graduate assistance in national need

Natl. early intervention scholarships

Fund for Improvement of Education

Eisenhower reg. math/sci. consortia

Javits gifted and talented education

Regional technology in education

Regional educational laboratories

National dissemination activities

$5,000

FY 1997 Appropriation ($000s)

$54,900