Early education sees more money, and sequestration cuts are rolled back—but many programs are still funded below 2012 budget levels
[caption id="attachment_138403" align="alignleft" width="150"] Title I grants for disadvantaged students will receive $14.4 billion, and IDEA will get $11.5 billion.[/caption]
Congress has passed a federal budget for the 2014 fiscal year that includes more money for early childhood education, a priority of President Obama.
The budget also restores most of the funding cut from education programs such as Title I and special education under sequestration last year. But the funding for...