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1 Presentation by Tom Corwin Penn Hill Group Florida K-12 Grant Developers Network Winter Conference February 7, 2014

2  FY 2014 final appropriations action  Trends in appropriations for major programs  Notable provisions in the FY 2014 Act  Anticipated FY 2014 competitions  FY 2015 budget  Status of major authorizing legislation  Pending changes in Hill leadership

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4 FY 2008FY 2009 (including ARRA) FY 2012FY 2013FY 2014Difference Title I LEA Grants $13,899$24,492$14,517$13,760$14, % IDEA Part B 10,49222,80511,57810,97511, % SIG4913, % Title II-A2,9352,9482,4672,3382, % Title III % 21 st Century CLCs 1,0811,1321,1521,0921, % Perkins CTE 1,161 1,1231,0641, %

5 FY 2012FY 2013FY 2014 Race to the Top$549$520$250 Investing in Innovation Striving Readers Safe and Drug- Free Schools Phys Ed7975 El-Sec Counseling5350 Promise Neighborhoods 6057

6 FY 2012FY 2013FY 2014 Teacher Incentive Fund $299$284$289 Transition to Teaching School Leadership Charter Schools Magnet Schools9792 Arts in Education252425

7  Teaching American History  Smaller Learning Communities  Improving Literacy through School Libraries  Even Start  Foreign Language Assistance  Safe and Drug-Free Schools State Grants  Alcohol Abuse Reduction  Tech-Prep  Education Technology  Voluntary Public School Choice  Parent Information and Resource Centers  Women’s Educational Equity

8  Race to the Top  All funding is for Early Childhood Challenge  School Improvement Grants  States may make 5-year awards  SIG funds may be used for an evidence-based whole-school reform strategy undertaken in partnership with a strategy developer  SIG funds may also be used to implement a State-determined school improvement strategy that has been established by the SEA with the approval of the Secretary  Charter Schools  Funds may be used to support preschool education in charter schools  Javits Gifted and Talented  Funding restored ($5 million), all for the national research center

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10  Race to the Top/Early Learning Challenge  $250 million  Grants to States, must be awarded by December 31  Joint ED/HHS administration  For activities that build the capacity of States to develop, enhance, or expand high-quality preschool programs for children from families at or below 200 percent of the poverty line  Subgrantees that are LEAs must form “strong partnerships” with early learning providers, and vice versa  Report language: the Secretary shall make two types of awards – to “low-capacity” and “high-capacity” States

11  Administration requested about $194 million; final number is $90 million; continuation base only $3 million.  FY 14 proposals:  School Climate Transformation Grants (separate SEA and LEA competitions) to to help schools train teachers and other school staff to implement evidence-based strategies to improve school climate  Projected application publication date: April 11  Projected application deadline: May 21  Originally planned amount of funding: $50 million

12 “Project Prevent” grants to help schools in communities with pervasive violence break the cycle of violence  Projected application notice publication: April 25  Projected deadline: June 9  Originally planned amount of funding: $25 million  Grants to SEAs to help LEAs develop, implement, and improve their emergency management plans  Projected application notice publication: April 3  Projected deadline: May 19  Originally planned amount of funding: $30 million

13  Grants to LEAs for literacy projects involving literacy and to national organizations for book distribution  $25 million available in FY 2014; all for new grants  Projected application notice publication: June 18  Projected deadline: July 18

14  Appears to be new competition funded from SIG national activities set-aside  Projected application notice publication: April 30  Projected deadline: June 29

15  Appropriation is $49.6 million  Continuations should be about $35 million  Projected announcement date: March 18  Projected deadline: May 2

16  $248.2 million appropriation  Appropriations language requires at least:  $45 million for Replication and Expansion (Charter Management Organizations)  $11 million for State Facilities Incentive Grants  $12 million for Credit Enhancement for Facilities  CMO competition should be $15 million; projected to begin February 5  SEA competition unlikely  ED still developing final plans

17  $25 million appropriation  About $15 million available for new awards  ED website shows plans for competitions under both Model Arts Program and Professional Development for Arts Educators, with dates TBD

18  $141.6 million appropriation  All of it available for new awards  Grants do not have to be made until December 31  ED has announced plans to request applications under all 3 program categories (Scale-Up, Validation, Development). Dates are TBD.  March 2013 regulations will likely govern, without change – Priorities for improving teacher and principal effectiveness, turning around low- performing schools, STEM, etc.

19  Appropriation = $74.6 million  Continuations approximately $39 million  Department has announced plans to “fund down the slate”

20  $301.6 million appropriation  Probably enough for $70 million in new State and Partnership grants  No TRIO precollege (Talent Search, Upward Bound) competitions planned

21  Release delayed until March 4 (one month late)  The Budget Control Act caps the amount for “non-defense discretionary” spending at only slightly above the 2014 level ($ billion vs. $ billion)  Needs in other areas (e.g., VA health care, Pell Grants) may make it difficult to achieve gains or even hold the line in K-12 education  Appropriators may try to move quickly

22  “ConnectED” (E-Rate) goal of connecting 99% of K-12 students with next-generation wireless and broadband technology within 5 years. President will announce philanthropic partnerships with companies like Apple, Microsoft, Spring, Verizon  Administration will announce winners of $100 million DOL high school initiative (funded with H-1B visa fees)  No mention of ESEA reauthorization (indicative of low priority?)

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24 StatuteLast Year Authorized Elementary and Secondary Education Act 2007 Workforce Incentive Act (including Adult Education) 2003 Perkins Career and Technical Education Act 2012 Higher Education Act2014 Education Sciences Reform Act/Education al Technical Assistance Act 2008 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Part B – permanently authorized Parts C and D Child Care and Development Block Grant Act 2002 Head Start Act2012

25  ESEA  Passed the House (party-line vote)  Reported out by the Senate Committee (party-line vote)  WIA  Reported out by House Committee (party-line vote)  Bipartisan bill reported out in Senate Committee  CCDBG  Bipartisan bill reported out of Senate committee  HEA  Initial hearings in both Houses  Perkins Act  Initial bipartisan discussions and two hearings  ESRA  Bipartisan discussions in House stuck on authorizing levels

26  Sen. Tom Harkin (retiring)  Chair, Senate HELP Committee  Chair, Senate Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations  Rep. John Kline (term limited)  Chair, House Committee on Education and the Workforce  Rep. George Miller (retiring)  Ranking Democrat, House Committee on Education and the Workforce  Rep. Jack Kingston (running for Senate)  Chair, House Committee on Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations


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