Oversight Hearings on the Impact Aid Laws and Testimony on H.R. 5181: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, First Session on H.R. 5181 ... February 27, April 9 and 15, 1975
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975 - Federal aid to education - 169 pages
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Page 118 - The portion of the law which states that : "(3) The amount of the payment to any local educational agency which is determined with respect to such agencies under paragraph (1) shall be used for special programs and projects designed to meet the special educational needs of educationally deprived children from low-income families," makes the local educational system know that these funds are limited as to use.
Page 86 - If the sums appropriated for any fiscal year for making the payments provided in this title are not sufficient to pay in full the total amounts which all local and State educational agencies are eligible to receive under this title for such year, such amounts shall be reduced ratably.
Page 86 - ... in a low-rent housing project assisted under the United States Housing Act of 1937, or under a State or local program found by the...
Page 87 - State, (B) which are of sufficient size, scope, and quality (taking into consideration the special educational needs of such children) as to give reasonable promise of substantial progress toward meeting those needs, and (C) which may include the acquisition of equipment and where necessary the construction of school facilities.
Page 35 - Notwithstanding paragraph (1) of this subsection, if a State has in effect a program of State aid for free public education for any fiscal year, which is designed to equalize expenditures for free public education among the local educational agencies of that State...
Page 12 - AND WILLIAM STORMER, ACTING DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF SCHOOL ASSISTANCE IN FEDERALLY AFFECTED AREAS, BUREAU OF SCHOOL SYSTEMS, OE Mr.
Page 118 - I thank you and the members of this committee for your interest and understanding of the educational needs of this Nation. I appreciate the opportunity of presenting these views to you.
Page 51 - ... assignments I have ever worked on in my life. I enjoy being here talking about it, as you know. I have put together some information on the program and a description of some length of the work that has been done in the program and request that it be a part of the record of this testimony. Mr. THOMAS. Without objection, your statement will be inserted into the record at this point. (The statement referred to follows...
Page 87 - ... and for whom such local educational agency is providing a program designed to meet the special educational and related needs of such children shall be the amount determined under paragraph (1) with respect to such children for such fiscal year multiplied by 150 per centum.
Page 8 - State's allotment attributable to the presence of low-income children would be allotted directly to the district enrolling such children, and would be available only for programs and projects designed to meet the special educational needs of educationally disadvantaged children who reside in school attendance areas having high concentrations of low-income families. These funds could also be used for special pro22 grams for migrant children and for neglected or delinquent children for whose education...