Georgia's education budget

In his latest budget, Gov. Nathan Deal has proposed boosting education funding. The issue of was a key battle in his successful re-election campaign over Jason Carter. The following three charts below detail Georgia's education spending before and after the recession. | Related story: Education benefits in Deal’s $21.8 billion budget proposal

Notes: The 2015 fiscal year budget is still ongoing and the numbers could change. The 2016 budget is what Deal has proposed and has not been passed by the legislature. These numbers only include Georgia funding and do not include any federal funding. Source: Governor's Office of Planning and Budget.

 

Total Education spending by year

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Detailed education spending by area

Georgia's education budget includes everything from pre-kindergarten to adult education. See how funding for different categories of education has changed through the years. Use the menu on the right to select a section of the education budget.

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Detailed education spending by year

See how Goergia allocates its education budget each year. Use the menu on the right to select a year.

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