Issues

 FY2021 Funding Level (Dollars in Millions) LEARN’s FY2022 Appropriations RequestsFY2022 President’ Budget Request (Dollars in Millions) FY2022 House of Representative Requests (Dollars in Millions) FY2022 Senate Requests (Dollars in Millions)
Institute of Education Sciences (IES)  $642,000$700,000$737,500 $814,500$814,492
Research, Development and Dissemination  $197,877 $267,880$267,900$260,880 $267,880
Special Education Research $58,500 $70,000$58,500 $59,500 $65,000
Reconciliation Resources $100,000 n/an/a n/an/a
LEARN FY22 Appropriations Requests

Federal Dissemination of Evidence-Based Practices

In Fiscal Year 2021 (FY21), LEARN requested $737.5 million for the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) to help fund research on evidence-based practices in education.

Federal Support for Education Research and Development

LEARN supports robust increases in funding for research and development from FY 2021. LEARN is currently advocating for a $70 million increase for a total of $267.9 million for research and development.

Federal Funding for Special Education

LEARN supports a substantial funding increase for the National Center for Special Education Research (NCSER) and is advocating for $11.5 million increase for a total of $70 million to go towards special education research in FY 2022.

COVID-19 Emergency Relief

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, LEARN has advocated for relief funds to support evidence based practices to address learning losses in schools. In 2021, LEARN supported the $100 million provided to IES  in the American Rescue Plan (ARP) to address learning losses.


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