FY2020 Congressional Appropriations Chart

This chart outlines Congress’ past and current, FY2020, appropriations. The line items in this chart are predominantly discretionary funds that can be used to support SEL.

For further SEL funding information, visit https://www.secondstep.org/funding-grants. This site provides extensive resources on SEL funding streams, including descriptions of federal funding sources and past allocations of federal funds to the states.

Spending for Selected Federal Investments That Are Conducive to Funding SEL1 (In millions)

FY18 FY19 FY20 Proposed FY20 House FY20 Senate FY20
21st Century Community Learning Centers
$1,211.67 $1,221.67 Not funded $1,321.67 $1,221.67 $1,249.67
IDEA—Special Education Grants to States
$13,366.18 $13,468.73 $13,200.00 $14,518.54 $13,473.23 $13,885.22
Title I—subtotal grants to LEAs2
$15,759.80 $15,859.80 $15,859.80 $16,859.80 $15,859.80 $16,309.80
McKinney-Vento Act’s Education for Homeless Children
$85.00 $93.50 $93.50 $100.00 $102.50 $101.50
Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED)
$75.00 $75.00 Not funded $100.00 ($25.00 for SEL PD) $75.00 $80.00 ($23.00 for SEL PD)
Supporting Effective Instruction State Grants
$2,055.83 $2,055.83 Not funded $2,555.83 $2,055.83 $2,131.83
Title IV, Part A—Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants
$1,100.00 $1,170.00 Not funded $1,320.00 $1,220.00 $1,210.00
Title VI, Part B—Rural Education Achievement Program
$180.84 $180.84 $180.80 $180.84 $180.84 $185.84
Title VIII—Impact Aid
$1,414.11 $1,446.11 $1,400.00 $1,498.11 $1,471.11 $1,486.11
School Safety National Activities
$90.00 $95.00 $200.00 $120.00 $105.00 $105.00
Education Innovation and Research
$120.00 $130.00 $300.00 $300.00 ($170.00 for SEL grants) $130.00 $190.00 ($65.00 for SEL grants)
Full Service Community Schools
$17.50 $17.50 Not funded $40.00 Not funded $25.00
Promise Neighborhoods
$78.25 $78.25 Not funded $80.00 $78.25 $80.00

1Not funded = programs specifically mentioned as not funded and/or proposed for elimination
2Title I, Part A—Improving Basic Programs Operated by LEAs, Part C—Migrant Education, and Part D—Prevention and Intervention Programs for Children and Youth Who Are Neglected, Delinquent or At-Risk are all conducive to funding SEL.