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GRAHAM A. BARDEN, North Carolina, Chairman ADAM C. POWELL, New York

CARROLL D. KEARNS, Pennsylvania CLEVELAND M. BAILEY, West Virginia CLARE E. HOFFMAN, Michigan CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky

JOE HOLT, California ROY W. WIER, Minnesota

STUYVESANT WAINWRIGHT, New York CARL ELLIOTT, Alabama

PETER FRELINGHUYSEN, JR., New Jersey PHIL M. LANDRUM, Georgia

WILLIAM H. AYRES, Ohio EDITH GREEN, Oregon

ROBERT P. GRIFFIN, Michigan JAMES ROOSEVELT, California

EDGAR W. HIESTAND, California HERBERT ZELENKO, New York

ALBERT H. QUIE, Minnesota
FRANK THOMPSON, JR., New Jersey

CHARLES E. GOODELL, New York
STEWART L. UDALL, Arizona
ELMER J. HOLLAND, Pennsylvania
LUDWIG TELLER, New York
JOHN H. DENT, Pennsylvania
ROMAN C. PUCINSKI, Minois
DOMINICK V. DANIELS, New Jersey
JOHN BRADEMAS, Indiana
ROBERT N. GIAIMO, Connecticut
JAMES G. O'HARA, Michigan

L. K. ALDERMAN, Jr., Chief Clerk
MELVIN W. SNEED, Minority Clerk
CHARLES M. RYAN, General Counsel
CHARLES T. LANE, Assistant General Counsel

R. C. DERRICKSON, Chief Investigator

SUBCOMMITTEE ON GENERAL EDUCATION

CLEVELAND M. BAILEY, West Virginia, Chairman FRANK THOMPSON, JR., New Jersey

PETER FRELINGHUYSEN, JR., New Jersey STEWART L. UDALL, Arizona

ALBERT H. QUIE, Minnesota JOHN BRADEMAS, Indiana

ROBERT E. McCORD, Subcommittee Clerk

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Hearings held in Washington, D.C.:

May 2, 1960.-

May 3, 1960.

May 5, 1960.

May 13, 1960

Text of bills:

H.R. 9872

H.R. 10378.

Statement of -

Batt, William L., Jr., secretary of labor and industry, State of Penn-

sylvania ---
Biemiller, Andrew J., director of the department of legislation of the

American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Or-

ganizations
Coleman, Mrs. Elizabeth B., Migrant Children's Fund, Inc., Pleasant-

ville, N.Y

Condon, Mary M., director, rural education department, National

Education Association...

Flynt, Ralph C., Assistant Commissioner for Legislative and Program

Development; accompanied by Paul Blackwood, State and Local

Schools Division Staff; and Charles W. Radcliffe, Legislative and

Program Development Staff, Office of Education, Department of

Health, Education, and Welfare -

Fuller, Edgar, executive secretary, Council of Chief State School Offic-

Gatlin, Curtis, National Child Labor Committee.

Lowry, Edith E., division of home missions, National Council of

Churches

Mayer, Mrs. Vera, general secretary, the National Consumers League.

Nilsen, Norman O., Oregon Commissioner of Labor.

Persinger, Mrs. Richard B., chairman, public affairs committee of the

National Board of the YWCA.

Putnam, Rex, State superintendent of public instruction for the State

of Oregon

Stough, Mrs. Ada Barnett, representing the American Parents Com-

mittee

Williams, Hon. Harrison A., Jr., U.S. Senator from the State of New

Jersey --

Letters, prepared statements, supplemental material, etc.;

American Friends Service Committee, northern California regional

office, statement of ..

American Public Welfare Association, letter to committee..

Batt, William L., Jr., secretary of labor and industry, Pennsylvania,

document entitled, “Childhood Does Not Wait”.

Brooks, Melvin S., associate professor of sociology, Southern Illinois

University, letter to Chairman Bailey --
Cedarleaf, June, chief, division of women and children, Industrial

Commission of Minnesota, letter to Chairman Bailey -
Cohen, Eli E., executive secretary, National Child Labor Committee,

testimony of

Coleman, Mrs. Elizabeth B., Migrant Children's Fund, Inc., Pleasant-

ville, N.Y., document entitled, “Child Labor Today

Flynt, Ralph C. M., Assistant Commissioner for Legislative and Pro-

gram Development, Office of Education, Department of Health,

Education, and Welfare:

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Letters, prepared statements, supplemental material, etc.—Continued
Flynt, Ralph C. M., Assistant Commissioner—Continued

Final summary of research supported under the terms of Public

Law 531:

A study of migrant education --

Determining an effective educational program for children of

migratory workers in Wisconsin..

Late school entrance and children's adjustment-

Late school entrance, social acceptance and children's school

achievement.

The improvement of school organization and administration

to meet the needs of children of migrant farmworkers.--

Program directions in migrant labor of the U.S. Department of

Health, Education, and Welfare, fiscal year 1960-

Report on H.R. 9872..

Report on H.R. 10378.

Fuller, Edgar, executive secretary, Council of Chief State School

Officers, statement of

Gatlin, Curtis, National Child Labor Committee:

Assessments of summer-school facilities needed for migrant

children in selected States..

Cost data and other information on selected summer schools for

migrant children, 1956 through 1959.-

Green, Hon. Edith, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Oregon:

Balmer, Donald G., chairman, department of political science,

Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oreg., letter from.

Statement of the Oregon Council of Churches.

Hiett, Naomi, executive director, Illinois Commission on Children:

Document entitled, “Sizing Up The Situation”.

Letter to Chairman Bailey -
Higgins, Rt. Rev. Msgr. George G., director, social action department,

National Catholic Welfare Conference, statement of.,

Johnson, Reuben, National Farmers Union, statement of .

Lowry, Miss Edith E., National Council of Churches, document

entitled, “The Concern of the Churches for Migratory Farm

Laborers”

Major Illinois crops by county and season for which agricultural

migrant workers are employed, table-

Mitchell, Hon. James P., Secretary of Labor, letter and accompanying

report-

National Council on Agricultural Life and Labor, list of directors and

member organizations.
Potts, Alfred M. 2d, project coordinator, migrant education research
project, State of Colorado Department of Education:
Agreement and budget--Application for Supplemental Support,

Form PSF-5----
Colorado migratory pupil formula.
Critical analysis of S. 2864.

Letter to Chairman Bailey
Putnam, Rex, State superintendent of public instruction for the State

of Oregon, paper entitled, “Migrant Influx at Oak Point”..
Thomas, Donald R., project director of the Wisconsin migrant
research project at Madison, Wis.:
Application to the Commissioner of Education, Department of
Health, Education, and Welfare, for funds to support research

under the provisions of Public Law 531, 83d Congress.

Letter to Chairman Bailey

Letter to Hon. Harrison A. Williams, Jr., a Senator from the

State of New Jersey - -

Reprint from Teachers College Record entitled, “No Desk for

Carmen”

Statement by --

Williams, Hon. Harrison A., Jr., U.S. Senator from the State of New

Jersey, statement of

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