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the North Dakota Farm Bureau and the North Dakota Farmers Union would appoint one member each.On the other hand, R-Tenn. chairman of the Senate education committee referred to Alexander’s response in March to the release of Trump’s budget outline That statement emphasized that while the president may suggest a budget "under the Constitution Congress passes appropriations bills"Under the administration’s budget two of the department’s largest expenditures in K-12 education special education and Title I funds to help poor children would remain unchanged compared to federal funding levels in the first half of fiscal 2017 However high-poverty schools are likely to receive fewer dollars than in the past because of a new law that allows states to use up to 7 percent of Title I money for school improvement before distributing it to districtsThe cuts would come from eliminating at least 22 programs some of which Trump outlined in March Gone for example would be $12 billion for after-school programs that serve 16 million children most of whom are poor and $21 billion for teacher training and class-size reductionThe documents obtained by The Post – dated May 23 the day the president’s budget is expected to be released – outline the rest of the cuts including a $15 million program that provides child care for low-income parents in college; a $27 million arts education program; two programs targeting Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian students totaling $65 million; two international education and foreign language programs $72 million; a $12 million program for gifted students; and $12 million for Special Olympics education programsOther programs would not be eliminated entirely but would be cut significantly Those include grants to states for career and technical education which would lose $168 million down 15 percent compared to current funding; adult basic literacy instruction which would lose $96 million (down 16 percent); and Promise Neighborhoods an Obama-era initiative meant to built networks of support for children in needy communities which would lose $13 million (down 18 percent)The Trump administration would dedicate no money to a fund for student support and academic enrichment that is meant to help schools pay for among other things mental-health services anti-bullying initiatives physical education Advanced Placement courses and science and engineering instruction Congress created the fund which totals $400 million this fiscal year by rolling together several smaller programs Lawmakers authorized as much as $165 billion but the administration’s budget for it in the next fiscal year is zeroThe cuts would make space for investments in choice including $500 million for charter schools up 50 percent over current funding The administration also wants to spend $250 million on "Education Innovation and Research Grants" which would pay for expanding and studying the impacts of vouchers for private and religious schools It’s not clear how much would be spent on research versus on the vouchers themselvesThere is currently only one federally funded voucher program in the District of Columbia A recent Education Department analysis of that program found that after a year in private school voucher recipients performed worse on standardized tests than their counterparts who remained in public schoolThe administration would devote $1 billion in Title I dollars meant for poor children to a new grant program (called Furthering Options for Children to Unlock Success or FOCUS) for school districts that agree to allow students to choose which public school they attend – and take their federal state and local dollars with themThe goal is to do away with neighborhood attendance zones that the administration says trap needy kids in struggling schools The documents cite Minneapolis (where parents can choose which city school their children attend) and Hartford Connecticut (where students can cross city-suburban lines to attend school) as examplesBut the notion of allowing Title I dollars to follow the student – known as "portability" – is a controversial idea that the Republican-led Senate rejected in 2015 Many Democrats argue that it is a first step toward private-school vouchers and would siphon dollars from schools with high poverty to those in more affluent neighborhoodsLeaders of historically black colleges and universities had sought an increase in federal funding for their institutions The administration’s budget proposal would hold funding flat compared to spending levels over the first half of fiscal 2017The administration is also seeking to overhaul key elements of federal financial aid The spending proposal would maintain funding for Pell Grants for students in financial need but it would eliminate more than $700 million in Perkins loans for disadvantaged students; nearly halve the work-study program that helps students work their way through school cutting $490 million; take a first step toward ending subsidized loans for which the government pays interest while the borrower is in school; and end loan forgiveness for public servantsThe loan forgiveness program enacted in 2007 was designed to encourage college graduates to pursue careers as social workers teachers public defenders or doctors in rural areas There are at least 552931 people on track to receive the benefit with the first wave of forgiveness set for October It’s unclear how the proposed elimination would affect those borrowersThe administration also wants to replace five income-driven student loan repayment plans with a single planThat change would likely benefit many undergraduate borrowers who currently can have the balance of their loan forgiven after paying 10 percent of their income for 20 years Trump’s proposal – which makes good on a campaign promise – would raise the maximum payment to 125 percent of income but shorten the payment period to 15 yearsThe proposal is less sweet for borrowers who take out loans to earn advanced degrees They currently pay monthly bills capped at 10 percent of income for 25 years Under the new plan they’d pay more (125 percent of income) for longer (30 years)There were no estimates on how much the government would save by eliminating public-service loan forgiveness overhauling the income-based repayment plans and ending subsidized loansThe spending plan supports year-round Pell Grants which allow low-income students to use the money for three semesters of college instead of two That way students can take a full load of courses year-round and earn a degree faster The administration also would increase available funds for year-round Pell by $163 billion over 10 yearsStill the maximum annual award would remain flat at $5920 And without any directive to index the award to inflation that ceiling might remain in place for the foreseeable futureTrump is seeking an additional $158 million for salaries and expenses in the Education Department up 7 percent money that according to the budget documents would go toward loan-servicing costs improved information-technology security auditing and investigations and additional security costs for the secretary DeVos has contracted with the US Marshals Service to provide security rather than using the in-house security team that guarded previous secretariesDespite that increase the agency workforce would decline by about 150 positions or 4 percentThe staffing decline at the department’s Office for Civil Rights – which is dealing with a large increase in discrimination complaints – would be steeperTrump is seeking $1068 million for the civil rights office unchanged from the funding level over the first half of fiscal 2017 But – thanks to a recent bump from Congress – the proposed total is $17 million less than the office is now receiving The spending proposal would result in the loss of more than 40 of roughly 570 positions stated that the approval was given to address the “neglect and dilapidation of infrastructure in the institution for the past 45 years”. 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