Academic S&E support from federal agencies rose by 8 percent in FY 1994
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Published by Science Resources Studies Division, Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences, National Science Foundation in [Arlington, VA] (4201 Wilson Blvd., Suite 965, Arlington 22230) .
Written in English

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  • Federal aid to higher education -- United States -- Statistics,
  • Federal aid to research -- United States -- Statistics

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Other titlesAcademic science and engineering support from federal agencies rose by 8 percent in FY 1994, Academic S and E support from federal agencies rose by 8 percent in FY 1994
Statementby Richard J. Bennof
SeriesData brief -- v. 1996, no. 2, SRS data brief -- 1996, no. 2
ContributionsNational Science Foundation (U.S.). Division of Science Resources Studies
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2] p
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15241474M

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  Academic S&E Support from Federal Agencies Rose by 8 Percent in FY (A) InfoBriefs | NSF | J Federal S&E Support to Universities, Colleges, and NPOs: FY (A) Detailed Statistical Tables | NSF | January 1, Data Brief, "Academic S&E Support from Federal Agencies Rose by 8 Percent in FY " Check here to receive the latest SRS Publications List. o. Name. Address. City. State Zip Phone. Fax. L. To order SRS publications, fill out order form, cut on dotted line, fold in half, tape, and drop in the mail. No postage is necessary. Academic Research and Development Expenditures: Fiscal Year [Early Release Tables] Academic S&E Support from Federal Agencies Rose by 8 Percent in FY Available Formats: HTML; Activities in Support of Two-Year College Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology Education - FY Highlights. 1 See Richard W. Moore, "Proprietary Schools and Direct Loans,"Select Issues in the Federal Direct Loan Program, (U.S. Department of Education, ), pp 2 Ibid.. 3 See Janet S. Hansen, Editor, Preparing for the Workplace: Charting a Course for Federal Postsecondary Training Policy, National Academy Press, 4 For a more extensive discussion of indicators relating to the.

ment of Education. Federal support for education, exclud-ing estimated federal tax expenditures,1 was an estimated $ billion in fiscal year (FY) , an increase of $ billion, or percent, since FY (table 1, page 5 and table A-1 in appendix). After adjustment for inflation, federal support for education increased per-. Federal Support for Academic Research Congressional Research Service 2 According to a report of the National Academy of Sciences, the nation enjoys a disproportionate share of the world’s highly ranked research universities.8 In addition, a report of. National R&D By Funder, JPG Excel June National R&D By Funder (Share of Total) JPG National R&D By Performer, JPG Excel June National R&D By Performer (Share of Total) JPG Our ability to provide a voice for scientists and engineers and to . • Starting in fiscal year , to help facilitate understandability, the Financial Report’s consolidated financial statements were categorized as accrual-based consolidated financial Page ii GAOSP Understanding the U.S. Financial Report.

Total Program Support. In Federal obligations (exclusive of loans) to institu-tions of higher education fell by $ million, or 7 percent. The decline followed a 2-year period of growth in which Federal academic support showed yearly gains of 8 percent and 18 percent. Current and constant dollar comparisons are also used. Federal support for education, excluding estimated Federal tax expenditures, was an estimated $ billion in fiscal year (FY) , an increase of $ billion (39%) since FY After adjustment for inflation, Federal support increased 22% between FY and FY Declares it to be U.S. policy: (1) that a high-quality education for all individuals and a fair and equal opportunity to attain it are a societal good and moral imperative; and (2) to expand the title I program over FY through by increasing funding by a specified minimum amount each fiscal year and increasing the percentage of. This report describes U.S. federal science and engineering research and development funds awarded to higher education institutions between fiscal years and