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The bill, sent to Perry on Monday evening for his signature or veto, included $16.7 billion in spending limits for the current two-year state budget.
Perry's $28 million surplus is contained in two accounts that may be used for any of the state's budget needs, including education. The state sent the Department of Education $5 million on Monday, according to department spokeswoman Debbie Ratcliffe.
Perry had proposed spending $15 million to expand programs that help low-income children succeed in school and $14 million to prevent truancy in schools.
Those funds will instead be redirected to reducing the state's $1.8 billion deficit, she said.
"As I've said before, Governor Perry has made education a priority in his budget. I'm very pleased that the Texas Legislature has recognized that need and provided us the resources to build a good school for every child in the state," Ratcliffe said in a statement. "I hope now that this is over they will leave education alone and turn their attention to rebuilding our state's budget."
Perry, a fellow Republican, has pointed to his record of creating jobs and lowering taxes during his two years as governor as a reason he deserves another term in November. But the business community has criticized him for laying out a $28 billion budget that lacks immediate revenue.
"I see no reason why he couldn't have taken $7.5 million in this budget and $7.5 million in the next budget from this fund and used it to get people in the classroom," said Terry Hadley, a former Texas Comptroller who now directs the Texas Public Policy Foundation. "That's what I would have done."
The $7.5 million in the current budget would have gone toward improving teaching and learning conditions and improving teacher pay and benefits. The money would have helped pay for things such as professional development for teachers and college tuition for teachers and administrators.
Hadley said the governor's office was not particularly helpful in its analysis of how the $28 0b46394aab