Financial Assistance to School Construction and Maintenance and Operation of Schools in Areas Affected by Federal Activities: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, United States Senate, Eighty-third Congress, Second Session, on S. 3450, a Bill to Amend Public Law 815, 81st Congress, So as to Extend for Two Additional Years the Program of Assistance for School Construction Under Title III of that Act; S. 3628, a Bill to Amend Public Law 815, 81st Congress, in Order to Provide a Permanent Program of Assistance for School Construction Under the Provisions of Such Law; S. 3629, a Bill to Amend Public Law 874, 85st Congress, So as to Eliminate the 3 Percent Absorption Requirement. July 13, 1954
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3-percent absorption clause additional affected amended amount applications appreciate appropriation assistance attendance average base believe bill Board buildings Chairman City committee communities Completed Congress consideration considered continue cost County defense Department elementary eligible eliminate enrollment entitlement established estimated extension fact Federal activities Federal aid Federal Government Federal impact Federal property federally connected follows funds going Hampshire hearing High housing important included increase installation JOHN July June 30 legislation letter live localities Maine maintenance meet ment million Office of Education Ohio operation parents payments percent absorption period planning population Portsmouth present problem projects proposed Public Law 246 Public Law 815 pupils receive record requirement responsibility result school construction School District school facilities Senator COOPER Senator UPTON situation statement subcommittee superintendent of schools Thank tion town United States Senate Washington Waverly Welfare
Page 29 - States as determined by him on the basis of an index of the average per pupil cost of constructing minimum school facilities...
Page 12 - Education for the purpose of collecting such statistics and facts as shall show the condition and progress of education in the several states and territories, and of diffusing such information respecting the organization and management of schools and school systems, and methods of teaching, as shall aid the people of the United States in the establishment and maintenance of efficient school systems, and otherwise promote the cause of education throughout the country.
Page 63 - President finds that in such area all the following conditions exist: (1) a new defense plant or installation has been or is to be provided, or an existing defense plant or installation has been or is to be reactivated or its operation substantially expanded; (2) substantial in-migration of defense workers or military personnel is required to carry out activities at such plant or installation; and (3) a substantial shortage of housing required...
Page 6 - ... the requirements. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN PUERTO RICO Mr. RICH. For extending to Puerto Rico vocational education we appropriated $105,000 this year, and you are asking for $105,000 for next year. Dr. STUDEBAKER. This appropriation is authorized for the purpose of cooperating with Puerto Rico in the promotion of vocational education in agriculture, trades and industries, home economics, and teacher training.
Page 2 - State and other financial assistance; (C) not less than 50 per centum of the total number of children who were in average daily attendance at the schools of such agency, and for whom such agency provided free public education, during such fiscal year...
Page 4 - The report was prepared by Charles A. Quattlebaum, principal specialist in education on the staff of the Legislative Reference Service.
Page 5 - Administration has as its major purpose — to extend the educational opportunities of the youth of the country and to bring them through the processes of training into the possession of skills which enable them to find employment.
Page 5 - Sept. 17, 1942, where it functioned within Bureau of Training. Act approved July 12, 1943 (57 Stat. 539; 15 USC 728, par. 26), provided for liquidation of...
Page 53 - In the early days when the officers stationed at the base had occasional children to attend school they were welcomed into our schools at no cost to anyone except local taxpayers. As the old chairman of the Portsmouth School Committee said many times, "Them Navy fellows down there are Americans, and are our people, ain't they? We'll take care of then- kids.