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Fiscal year 1969.-25 percent of the authorization appropriated.
Fiscal year 1970.-25 percent of the authorization recommended for funding.

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION

(Special Experimental Demonstration Projects and Teacher Training) Legislation.—Public Law 89–750, title III, section 309, Adult Education Act of 1966, $10 million (budget estimate) fiscal year 1970.

Purpose.—To encourage and expand basic educational programs for adults to enable them to overcome English language limitations, to improve their basic education in preparation for occupational training and more profitable employment, and to become productive and responsible citizens.

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1 Amounts shown include both the State plan program and the sec. 309 program authorized by the Adult Education Act of 1966.

2 Transferred from OEO. a Budget estimate.

Federal contribution.-Grants for special experimental demonstration projects which require a non-Federal contribution of at least 10 percentum of project costs wherever feasible. Stipends for teacher training of $75 a week plus $15 for each dependent.

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION

(State Plan Programs)

Legislation.-Public Law 89–750, title III, Adult Education Act of 1966, $40 million (budget estimate) fiscal year 1970.

Purpose.—To encourage and expand basic educational programs for adults to enable them to overcome English language limitations, to improve their basic education in preparation for occupational training and more profitable employment, and to become more productive and responsible citizens.

Authorization 1

Appropriation 1

Fiscal year:

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

$40,000,000
60,000,000
70.000.000
80,000,000

$21,100,000 29, 200.000 38, 640,000 45,000,000 50,000,000

1 Amounts shown include both the State plan programs and the sec. 309 program authorized by the Adult Education Act of 1966.

- Transferred from OEO.

Federal contributions.-Minimum allotment to States of $100,000 plus amount based on statutory formula. Matching is on a 90 percent to 10 percent basis, 100 percent contribution is made to specified outlying parts of the United States.

HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965 AS AMENDED

BUDGET COMPARISONS

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HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965 (Public Law 89-329, as amended by Public Law 89–752 and Public Law 90-575)

COMMUNITY SERVICE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS Legislation.-Public Law 89–3429, title I, Higher Education Act of 1965.

Purpose.-To assist in the solution of community problems by strengthening community service programs of colleges and universities.

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Federal contribution.—75 percent matching through fiscal year 1967; 50 per cent for the next 3 fiscal years. Basic amount to each State for developing and administering State plan, plus allotment based on statutory formula, taking population into consideration.

These are the university extension programs, in large part administered through the land-grant college institutions which enable smaller communities as well as metropolitan centers to train municipal employees in areas such as fire-fighting, police in-service training. In addition, they enable isolated areas to form classes of university caliber to which the institution sends faculty for the purpose of holding courses in local high schools in the evening.

Fiscal year 1969.-95 percent of authorization appropriated.

Fiscal year 1970.19 percent of authorization proposed for funding. TITLE II-COLLEGE LIBRARY ASSISTANCE AND LIBRARY TRAINING AND RESEARCH

Purpose.—Title II of HEA is designed to improve college libraries and the quality of library service throughout the Nation by providing grants for: (1) acquisition of books, periodicals, and other library materials by colleges and universities; (2) training of all types of librarians; (3) research and demonstration projects, including the development of new ways of processing, storing and distributing information; and (4) aiding the Library of Congress to acquire and catalog additional scholarly materials.

Authorization.-Authorization extends through fiscal year 1971.

Principal Provisions: Part A-College Ubrary resources.—Provides grants on a matching basis to institutions of higher education, their branches in other communities, and combinations of institutions, for books, periodicals, documents, magnetic tapes, phonograph records, audiovisual materials, and other related library materials (including necessary binding). Eighty-five percent of the sum appropriated for any fiscal year is for basic and supplementary grants; the remaining 15 percent is for special purpose grants.

Basic Grants of up to $5,000 may be approved by the Commissioner of Education provided that the institution maintains the previous level of expenditure for library programs, in addition to matching the grant money on a dollar-fordollar basis. New institutions may also apply for basic grants in the fiscal year before students are actually enrolled.

Supplementary Grants From the remainder of the 85 percent not used for basic grants, up to $10 per full-time student (or the equivalent) may be given in supplementary grants to institutions which have a minimum basic grant in excess of $1,500 (minimum stipulated by conferees in 1965 in H. Rept. 1178, p. 60).

Special Purpose Grants are to be made by the Commissioner to help meet institutional, regional or national library needs, either in a single college or in combinations of colleges. Matching funds of $1 for every $3 of Federal money are required. There is also a maintenance of effort provision.

An 8-member Advisory Council on College Library Resources is authorized to assist the Commissioner in establishing criteria for making supplemental and special purpose grants. Authorization fiscal year 1970.

$75,000,000 Budget recommendations, fiscal year 1970-

12,500,000

Decrease from authorization.

62, 500,000 Authorization fiscal year 1969_

25, 000, 000 Appropriation fiscal year 1960

25, 000, 000 Part B-Library training and research.-Sec. 223 provides grants to institutions for the training of persons engaged in or about to engage in the practice of librarianship in public, school, academic, or special libraries, supervisors of such personnel, and professional personnel to train librarians. Regular sessions, shortterm programs and institutes, with stipends and allowances for travel, subsistence and other expenses, are authorized. Beginning in fiscal year 1968, institutes for school librarians previously financed under the National Defense Education Act were transferred to this program.

The Commissioner may make grants only upon application by these institutions and only upon finding that their library training programs will substanti. ally increase nationwide library training opportunities.

Grants may also go to institutions for the purpose of “establishing, developing, or expanding programs of library and information science."

Sec. 224 provides research and demonstration grants to institutions of higher education and other public or private nonprofit agencies, institutions and organizations to improve libraries and library training, including development of new methods and equipment for processing, storing and distributing information.

The Commissioner is authorized to appoint a Special Advisory Committee of not more than nine members, to advise him on matters of general policy concerning research and demonstration projects. Authorization fiscal year 1970--

$28. 000,000 Budget recommendation, fiscal year 1970--

*6,000,000

Decrease from authorization.-Authorization fiscal year 1969. Appropriation fiscal year 1969

*$4,000,000 for training; $2,000,000 for research.

$22, 000, 000 11,550,000 11, 250, 000

EDUCA

Part C-Strengthening college and research library resources.--This section authorizes the Commissioner to transfer funds to the Librarian of Congress for the purpose of acquiring, so far as possible, all library materials currently published throughout the world which are of value to scholarship, and of providing and distributing catalog and bibliographic information promptly. Authorization fiscal year 1970---

$11. 100.000 Budget recommendation, fiscal year 1970.

4.500.000

Decrease from authorization.

6.600.000

Authorization fiscal year 1969.
Appropriation fiscal year 1969_

6,000,000
5,500,000

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STRENGTHENING DEVELOPING INSTITUTIONS
Legislation. Public Law 89–329, title III, Higher Education Act of 1965.

Purpose.-To provide funds to assist in raising the academic quality of dereloring colleges and universities through cooperative arrangements and teaching fellowships.

Authorization Appropriation

Fiscal year:

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

$55,000,000
30.000.000
55.000.000
35,000,000
70,000,000

$5.000,00 30.000, 30.000.000 30.000.00 30.WO, WW

Federal contribution.—Institutions: 100 percent. Fellowships: Up to $6,500 annually plus $400 for each dependent.

This program is designed to permit academically strong institutions to rork with small institutions who seek to achieve accreditation or to maintain accredited status which is threatened by such factors as insufficient numbers of faculty with advanced degrees, weakness in certain departmental offerings, and so forth.

With such help, these schools can contribute greatly to meeting the student population pressures in the coming decade. This item, too, ought to be considered as a "capital investment" item, Fiscal year 1969.—83 percent of authorization appropriated. Fiscal year 1970.–43 percent of authorization proposed for funding.

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3,020,511

55,500 1, 492,625 1,483, 480 10,216, 455 1,803, 586 1,041.300

362, 150

515, 320 3, 289, 079 2, 361, 625

150, 600

268, 100 4,745, 421 2,551,212 2, 148, 190 2,087, 700 2,032, 482 1,477, 120

428, 150 1, 156, 781 3, 158, 550 4,867,077 2, 826, 220 2, 755, 604 2,742,753

645, 575 1, 137,560

173, 700

568,950 2, 289, 997

850, 752 13, 094, 063 4,626, 755

654, 280 3,973. 301 2,035, 393 2, 019, 366 4, 158, 533

567, 350 1,915, 035

573, 710 4,049, 235 6, 124, 748

857, 283

421, 800 1,621, 547 1,927, 688 1, 034, 066 3,686, 449 326, 323

12,600 1, 159, 215

7,000

2, 427, 697

47,500
1, 189, 700
1, 155, 815
8, 593, 000
1, 726, 095

960, 500
356, 100

500, 850
2, 428, 592
2,038, 868

150, 600

268, 100 4, 469, 097 2, 315, 534 1,611, 150 1,586, 960 1,683, 903 1,343, 375

401, 650

845, 396 2,853, 150 4,453, 144 2, 425, 335 1,755,164 2, 237, 482 593, 125 899, 640 129,000

456, 350 1,831, 329

723, 269
11, 320, 412
2,675, 519

532, 080
3,624, 911
1, 450, 453
1, 406, 798
3, 474, 995

533, 450
1, 387, 763

474,550 3, 174, 574 4,862, 424

738,035

361, 450 1,229, 372 1, 806, 573

842, 965 3, 294, 898 297, 994

12, 600 741, 100

7,000

1, 135, 047

29, 874 704, 789

659, 784 6, 743, 199

892, 782
849, 996

91.728
500, 850
1,598, 722
1,161, 031

150.600

266, 533 3, 407, 795 1,877,875 1, 340, 735 1, 175, 557 1,085,531 1,306, 701

278, 601

842, 156 2, 548, 358 3,078, 074 1,650, 323

817, 867 1, 777, 335

306, 299 638, 428

81, 540 285, 438 1, 183, 635

368, 360 5, 182, 117 1,618, 187

343.050 3, 368, 761 1, 192, 999

906. 164
3, 470, 860

392, 189
625, 139

335, 837
1,498,476
3, 829, 301

738, 035

221, 634 1, 118, 206 1, 447,211

662,995 1,729, 120 143, 729

10,576 463,411

3,500

48.00 62. 89 66. 19 57.40 82. 43 59. 16 90.65 48.00 100.00 68. 23 58.34 100.00 100.00 77.51 81. 11 85. 48 75. 14 65.16 97.27 69.99 100.00 92. 32 71.08 68. 31 49.00 79.91 53.06 75.23 63.21 63. 82 68. 03 53, 41 49.94 61. 44 64.57 93.52 82.25 65.65 100.00 74.28 48.00 70.77 48.00 79. 11 100.00 61.32 92.38 80.55 78.65 53.14 50.09 83. 94 62.53 50.00

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