We can observe that the Department of Education has steadily increased its annual expenditures, as most of these figures are higher than those reported for 2010. The fact that budgets have been allocated to health initiatives has shown a growing appreciation of the importance of this initiative by policymakers.
When comparing tax receipts to GDP, it is evident that the two are related. For example, changes in gross domestic products tend to coincide with similar variations in taxes collected.
In summary, historical data can help us better understand how departments in the US Government are funded for long periods of time. It also provides valuable insight into future policy changes. This allows us to make more accurate predictions about resource allocation decisions by authorities as they respond to changing sector needs.
This trend can be partially attributed to the Obama administration’s focus on investing more resources into education. The increase in Pell Grants from 2010 to 2012, which went up from 28 billions of dollars was evidenced by the increased disbursements. Title 1 Grants also saw a significant increase in funding, with 14 billion dollars allocated to these grants for fiscal year 2011-12 as opposed to 12 billion dollars during the 2009-10 period.
Investments made by the federal government also allowed students to receive better educational services for less money. These measures also allowed school districts to reduce their operational costs, allowing them more funds for other purposes like hiring extra staff or investing in infrastructure.
In conclusion , looking at trends related to outlay & receipt levels shows that federal government is increasing its commitment towards improving American education system while simultaneously making sure that taxpayers’ money is being used most effectively possible all without compromising overall fiscal integrity of country.