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Statements, letters, supplemental material, etc.:
Adkins, Dr. Edwin P., director of research and academic development, Page
Binnion, Dr. John E., professor of business education, Texas Tech-
Brayfield, Arthur H., executive officer, American Psychological Asso-
Breidenstine, A. G., deputy superintendent, Pennsylvania Depart-
ment of Public Instruction, telegram to Congressman Quie_----
Calkins, Hugh, member, Cleveland Board of Education, statement of..
Carr, Frank, president, John Nuveen & Co., Chicago, Ill.:
Statement by the Investment Bankers Association of America___
Percentage distribution of the dollar volume of municipal
bonds issued for higher education by relative borrowing
cost and bond quality-1965 (charts)
Cohen, Mrs. Audrey C., executive director, Women's Talent Corps,
Collins, Evan R., president, State University of New York at Albany,
testimony in behalf of the American Association of Colleges for
Davis, Walter G., director, Department of Education, AFL-CIO,
letter to Chairman Green, dated June 9, 1967......
Decker, Dr. Howard S., executive secretary, American Industrial Arts
Association, National Education Association, testimony presented
Dodson, John H., director, Student Financial Aids, the University of
Dugan, Dr. Willis E., executive director, American Personnel & Guid-
Frost, Dr. Richard, Office of Economic Opportunity, Upward Bound
program, prepared statement of
Gaston, Mrs. M. L., director, Booker T. Washington Business College:
Letter from Rudolph Davidson, director, Divison of Research,
Letter to C. E. Deakins, chief, Insured Loan Branch, Division
Letter to Richard A. Fulton, executive director, United Business
Gelfand, Morris, librarian, Queens College:
Examples of some of the comments from libraries made regarding
Uses of the grants (table)-
Goerke, Dr. Glenn A., State director, Continuing Education, Florida
State Board of Regents, Office of Continuing Education, State Uni-
versity of Florida, National University Extension Association,
Griffiths, Daniel E., dean, New York University School of Education,
letter to Chairman Green, dated April 18, 1967, enclosing report...
Gross, Mason W., president, Rutgers, the State University, New
Jersey, supplementary statement by American Association of Junior
Harlow, Neal, dean, Rutgers, the State University, New Brunswick,
N.J., letter to Chairman Green, dated May 11, 1967.
Haskew, Dr. L. D., comments by.
Statements, letters, supplemental material-Continued
Howe, Hon. Harold, II, Commissioner of Education, HEW:
Consolidation under the Education Professions Development Act
and current levels of support..
Criteria for determination of eligibility as a developing institution
Developing institutions-title III, the Higher Education Act
Exhibit 1. Estimated 1964-65 baccalaureate degrees conferred
by State and NDEA fellowship awards, 1966-67, 1967-68
Exhibit 2. Baccalaureate degrees conferred as percent of Nation,
and NDEA fellowship as percent of Nation, 1966-67, 1967-68
Exhibit 3. Distribution of awards for institutions receiving
95 awards for 1966-67 (table)--
Exhibit 4. NDEA-Title IV, proposed corrective legislation.
Lumley, John M., director of the Division of Federal Relations of the
Mathews, B.C., assistant vice president, Burmingham Trust National
Letter to Mrs. Collier, dated April 12, 1967..
Matsunaga, Hon. Spark M., a Representative in Congress from the
McCrocklin, James H., president, Southwest Texas State College,
San Marcos, Tex., letter to Congressman J. J. Pickle, dated
Minear, Leon P., superintendent of public instruction, State Depart-
ment of Education, State of Oregon, letter to Chairman Green,
Mink, Hon. Patsy T., a Representative in Congress from the State of
Moore, Dr. Gilbert D., chairman, Federal Relations Committee of
the American Personnel & Guidance Association, prepared state-
Morse, John F., American Council on Education, letter to Chairman
Moy, Richard H., M.D., director, University Health Services, Uni-
versity of Chicago, letter to Hon. Barratt O'Hara, a Representative
in Congress from the State of Illinois, dated April 14, 1967---
National Council of Teachers of English, statement submitted by-
Neumaier, Dr. John J., president, Moorhead State College, Moor-
head, Minn., statement by.....
Pearl, Arthur, professor of education, University of Oregon, testimony
presented in behalf of American Association of Colleges for Teacher
Parish, Dr. H. Carroll, chairman, Commission on Financial Aid of
Rohlffs, Dr. C. D., president, United Business Schools Association,
Statements, letters, supplemental material-Continued
Ryan, Mrs. Edward F., chairman, National Congress of Parents &
Stanford, E. B., director of libraries, University of Minnesota:
Letter to Congressman Quie, dated April 12, 1967-
Letter to Frank L. Schick, Coordinator of Library Statistics,
National Center for Educational Statistics, U.S. Office of
Education, dated April 27, 1966.
Tenzer, Hon. Herbert, a Representative in Congress from the State
Latimer, John F., executive secretary, American Classical League,
Uhl, Ronald M., statement on behalf of the Department of Audio-
visual Instruction of the National Education Association... ....
Zablocki, Hon. Clement J., a Representative in Congress from the
Appropriations, obligations, and expenditures under title
III of the National Defense Education Act, fiscal years
H.R. 8203, a bill to amend the National Defense Education
Act of 1958 to make equipment purchased under title III
available to all children attending public and private
SPECIAL SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
OF THE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR,
The subcommittee met at 10 a.m., pursuant to call, in room 2261,
Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Edith Green (chairman of the
Present: Representatives Green, Brademas, Gibbons, Carey, Hath-
away, Burton, Thompson, Holland, Scheuer, Quie, Reid, Erlenborn,
Mrs. GREEN. The meeting will come to order.
While we are expecting members of the minority side here, I think
we will not delay the Secretary any longer. This subcommittee is meet-
ing for the purpose of considering H.R. 6232 and H.R. 6265, the 1967
A copy of the agenda for the week with a list of witnesses is avail-
able on the table at the side of the room. This morning we are pleased
to have Secretary Gardner and Commissioner Howe, and accompany-
ing them, Dr. Ralph K. Huitt, Dr. Peter Muirhead and Dr. Sam
A BILL To amend the Higher Education Act of 1965, the National Defense Education Act
of 1958, the National Vocational Student Loan Insurance Act of 1965, and the Higher
Education Facilities Act of 1963
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States
of America in Congress assembled, That this Act, with the following table of con-
tents, may be cited as the "Higher Education Amendments of 1967”.
TITLE I-AMENDMENTS TO TITLE I OF HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965
(COMMUNITY SERVICE AND CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS)
Sec. 101. Extension of grant program.
Sec. 102. Extension of 75 per centum Federal share through fiscal year 1969.
Sec. 103. Authorization of experimental or pilot projects.
TITLE II AMENDMENTS TO TITLE II OF HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965
Sec. 202. Revision of maintenance-of-effort requirement for special purpose grants.
PART B-LIBRARY TRAINING AND RESEARCH, AND LIBRARY SCHOOL PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
Sec. 221. Extension of program.
Sec. 222. Authorizing planning and development grants for library schools.
Sec. 223. Clarifying authority of institutions to use training institutes.
Sec. 232. Clarifying authority to purchase copies; increasing authority to prepare catalog
and bibliographic materials; authorizing librarian to act as acquisitions agent.
TITLE III-AMENDMENTS TO TITLE III OF HIGHER EDUCATION ACT OF 1965
Sec. 402. Counting work-study assistance to student in computing maximum allowable
educational opportunity grant.
Sec. 403. Authorizing grants (as well as contracts) for talent search.
PART B-AMENDMENTS TO PROVISIONS ON STUDENT LOAN INSURANCE PROGRAMS
Sec. 421. Authorizing deferment of repayment of State or privately insured loan during
during attendance of student borrower at institution of higher education, or
during military, Peace Corps, or VISTA service; requiring deferral of such
repayment of federally insured loan under National Vocational Student Loan
Insurance Act during VISTA service: and authorizing Federal payment of
all interest accruing during any such attendance or service.
Sec. 422. Coordination between non-Federal and Federal programs with respect to maxi-
mum amounts of individual loans insured and minimum amounts of repay-
ment installments on such loans.
Sec. 423. Extension of Federal loan insurance program.
Sec. 433. Authorizing work-study employment of forty hours a week for students enrolled
in classes during vacation periods.
Sec. 434. Revising maintenance-of-effort requirement to take into account additional
forms of institutional student aid.
Sec. 435. Authorizing proprietary institutions to conduct work-study programs for off-
campus work of their students for public or private nonprofit organizations.
Sec. 436. Providing for institutional expenses of administration of cooperative-education
Sec. 437. Work-study program reconstituted as part C of title IV, Higher Education Act
Sec. 452. Making 10 per centum loan cancellation applicable to teacher service for certain
Encouraging availability of non-Federal capital for national defense student
loans by establishing a revolving fund from which institutions may obtain
loans to capitalize student loan funds, and providing for allotment of Federal
Sec. 472. Increasing maximum length of fellowship from three to four years in special
circumstances, and requiring institutional effort to encourage recipients to
Sec. 473. Requiring stipends to be set in an amount consistent with those awarded for
Sec. 481. Establishment of advisory council on all financial aid to students; absorption
of advisory councils on insured loans.
TITLE V-EDUCATION PROFESSIONS DEVELOPMENT (AMENDMENTS TO TITLE V OF
Sec. 502. Amendments to part A (general provisions) of title V of the Higher Education
Sec. 503. Extending teacher fellowship program to include graduate education for pre-
school and adult and vocational education personnel.
Sec. 504. New parts added to title V of Higher Education Act of 1965.