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66th Congress addresses and proceedings administration alien Americanization of immigrants apportionments appropriations Bulletin cation cent chief educational authority citizens Congress Congressional Record Constitution control of education cooperation courses of study Department of Education draft educa educational opportunities Educational Review encourage equalize educational eral fact federal aid federal census federal control Federal Government federal secretary foreign foreign-born funds apportioned given grants Hoke Smith Ibid land language legislation Magill ment of Education million National Education Association National Government national treasury native-born partment of Education physical education political population portunities preparation of teachers President President's Cabinet principle of federal promotion of education provisions public education public schools purposes removal of illiteracy salaries School and Society school system school term Secretary of Education Senate Smith-Hughes Act Smith-Towner bill South Carolina teaching thousand tion Towner-Sterling Bill United United States Army Washington York
Page 40 - On the side of the Union it is a struggle for maintaining in the world that form and substance of Government whose leading object is to elevate the condition of men ; to lift artificial weights from all shoulders ; to clear the paths of laudable pursuit for all; to afford all an unfettered start and a fair chance in the race of life.
Page 18 - A BILL To create a Department of Education, to authorize appropriations for the conduct of said department, to authorize the appropriation of money to encourage the States in the promotion and support of education, and for other purposes.
Page 96 - Said sums shall be allotted to the States in the proportion which their population bears to the total population of the United States...
Page 96 - ... salaries, for providing better instruction and extending school terms, especially in rural schools and schools in sparsely settled localities, and otherwise providing equally good educational opportunities for the children in the several States, and for the extension and adaptation of public libraries for educational purposes.
Page 93 - He shall perform such duties as may be prescribed by the secretary or required by law. There shall also be one chief clerk and a disbursing clerk and such chiefs of bureaus and clerical assistants as may from time to time be authorized by Congress.
Page 96 - ... be distributed and administered in accordance with the laws of said State in like manner as the funds provided by State and local authorities for the same purpose, and the State and local...
Page 66 - Provided Further, That all the educational facilities encouraged by the provisions of this act and accepted by a state shall be organized, supervised, and administered exclusively by the legally constituted state and local educational authorities of said state...
Page 93 - ... tenure of office shall be like that of the heads of the other Executive Departments; and section one hundred and fiftyeight of the Revised Statutes is hereby amended to include such Department, and the provisions of title four of the Revised Statutes, including all amendments thereto, are hereby made applicable to said Department.