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H.R. 15
TO EXTEND FOR FIVE YEARS CERTAIN ELEMENTARY,

SECONDARY, AND OTHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS

HEARINGS HELD IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

JUNE 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30, 1977

Printed for the use of the Committee on Education and Labor

CARL D. PERKINS, Chairman

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

WASHINGTON : 1977

04-884 0

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR

CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky, Chairman
FRANK THOMPSON, JR., New Jersey ALBERT H. QUIE, Minnesota
JOHN H. DENT, Pennsylvania

JOHN M. ASHBROOK, Ohio
JOHN BRADEMAS, Indiana

JOHN N. ERLENBORN, Illinois AUGUSTUS F. HAWKINS, California RONALD A. SARASIN, Connecticut WILLIAM D. FORD, Michigan

JOHN BUCHANAX, Alabama PHILLIP BURTON, California.

JAMES M. JEFFORDS, Vermont JOSEPH M. GAYDOS, Pennsylvania

LARRY PRESSLER, South Dakota WILLIAM “BILL" CLAY, Missouri

WILLIAM F. GOODLING, Pennsylvania MARIO BIAGGI, New York

BUD SHUSTER, Pennsylvania IKE ANDREWS, North Carolina

SHIRLEY N. PETTIS, California MICHAEL T. BLOUIN, Iowa

CARL D. PURSELL, Michigan
ROBERT J. CORNELL, Wisconsin

MICKEY EDWARDS, Oklahoma
PAUL SIMON, Illinois
EDWARD P. BEARD, Rhode Island
LEO C. ZEFERETTI, New York
GEORGE MILLER, California
RONALD M. MOTTL, Ohio
MICHAEL O. MYERS, Pennsylvania
AUSTIN J. MURPHY, Pennsylvania
JOSEPH A. LE FANTE, New Jersey
TED WEISS, New York
CEC HEFTEL, Hawaii
BALTASAR CORRADA, Puerto Rico
DALE E. KILDEE, Michigan

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SUBCOMMITTEE ON ELEMENTARY, SECONDARY AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky, Chairman WILLIAM D. FORD, Michigan

ALBERT H. QUIE, Minnesota IKE ANDREWS, North Carolina

JOHN BUCHANAN, Alabama MICHAEL T. BLOUIN, Iowa

LARRY PRESSLER, South Dakota PAUL SIMON, Illinois

WILLIAM F. GOODLING, Pennsylvania LEO C. ZEFERETTI, New York

SHIRLEY X PETTIS, California
RONALD M. MOTTL, Ohio

CARL D. PURSELL, Michigan
AUSTINJ. MURPHY, Pennsylvania
JOSEPH A. LE FANTE, New Jersey
TED WEISS, New York
CEC HEFTEL, Hawaii
BALTASAR CORRADA, Puerto Rico
DALE E. KILDEE, Michigan
GEORGE MILLER, California

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Hearings held in Washington, D.C.:

June 21, 1977.
June 22, 1977.
June 23, 1977.
June 28, 1977.
June 29, 1977.

June 30, 1977.
Statements of

Akins, Charles, superintendent, Hardin County Public Schools, Eliza-

bethtown, Ky---
Bobo, Thomas A., assistant superintendent, Montgomery Public

Schools, Montgomery, Ala..
Bruner, Max Jr., superintendent of schools, Okaloosa County, Fla---
Cavanaugh, Hon. John J., a Representative in Congress from the

State of Nebraska...
Chase, Dr. William W., chief, School Construction Branch, U.S. Office

of Education.
Duncan, Dr. William F., supervising principal, Highland Falls-Fort

Montgomery Central School District, Highland Falls, N.Y..
Fish, H. David, president, Impacted Area Schools; accompanied by

Lanston E. Eldred, consultant, Impacted Area Schools
Hartman, Luther, superintendent of schools, Fort Sam Houston

Independent School District San Antonio, Tex.--
Johns, Dr. Thomas L., specialist, School Finance, Bureau of Elemen-

tary and Secondary Education, U.S. Office of Education; accom-
panied by William Stormer, Division of School Assistance in Fed-
erally Affected Areas, U.S. Office of Education.-
Madigan, Hon. Edward R., a Representative in Congress from the

State of Illinois, accompanied by Ms. June Quint, business manager
and legislative coordinator, Rantoul City Schools.
Marlenee, Hon. Ron, a Representative in Congress from the State of

Montana.
Martin, James D., Deputy Director, Human Resources Division,

U.S. General Accounting Office; accompanied by Dale Harrison,
Operations Research Analyst, Financial and General Management
Studies Division, GAO.-
McClory, Hon. Róbert, a Representative in Congress from the State

of Illinois, accompanied by Charles Thomas, superintendent of
schools, District No. 64, North Chicago School District---
Moore, Mrs. Patt, Parents Organization for Quality Education, Fort

Buchanan, Puerto Rico, accompanied by Mrs. Georgia Hudak,

Parents Organization for Quality Education.--
Mueller, Dr. Donald F., superintendent, Douglas School District

No. 51-1, Ellsworth Air Force Base, S. Dak.---
Odom, Wallace, assistant superintendent, Escambia County School

Board, Pensacola, Fla...
Paul, Francis L., school business administrator, Ayer Public Schools,

Ayer, Mass..
Paxson, Wayne, associate superintendent, Bellevue Public Schools,

Bellevue, Nebr..
Pinney, Grant, assistant superintendent, Sierra Sands Unified School
District, Ridgecrest, Calif.

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Statements of_Continued

Rose, Hon. Charles G., a Representative in Congress from the State

of North Carolina, accompanied by Everett L. Waters, superin-
tendent, Onslow County schools, Charles Davis, superintendent,
Fayetteville City schools, Mark Henning, superintendant, Wayne
County Schools, and Jack Britt, superintendent, Cumberland Coun- Page
ty Schools.

389
Scherwat, Don, business manager, District No. 64, North Chicago
School District.

603 Shipley, Thomas R., coordinator, Educational Information Systems, Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Annapolis, Md....

311 Sikes, Hon. Robert L. F., a Representative in Congress from the State of Florida...

50 Smith, Dr. David L., assistant for graduate education/dependents

education and youth programs, Office of the District of Naval
Education and Training, Department of the Navy--

271 Stormer, William L., Director, Division of School Assistance in Fed

erally Affected Areas, Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Edu-
cation, U.S. Office of Education, Department of Health, Education
and Welfare; accompanied by Linda Chavez, Special Assistant
to the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislation (Education), HEW,
and Dr. Albert L. Alford, Assistant Commissioner for Legislation,
U.S. Office of Education..

2 Stormer, William L., U.S. Office of Education, accompanied by Mrs.

Zulla Toney, Chief, Maintenance and Operations Branch, and Col.

Robert Peters, base commander, Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico --- 187
Stormer, William L., Director, Division of School Assistance in Fed-

erally Affected Areas, Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Edu-
cation, U.S. Office of Education, HEW--

396 Swicegood, Jack, superintendent, Gallup-McKinley County public Schools, Gallup, N. Mex.--.

329 Tallehief, George, superintendent, Hays-Lodge School District 50, Hays, Mont.

312 Triplett, Richard L., superintendent, Bellevue public schools, Bellevue, Nebr

145 Wallace, Linn, past president, Antilles Consolidated Education Association.

241 Williams, Sydney, Newport School Department, Newport, R.I.-- 112 Wrigley, Bernell, superintendent of Schools, Davis County School District, Farmington, Utah.-

461 Wugalter, Harry, secretary for educational finance and cultural affairs,

State of New Mexico, representing Education Commission of the
States National Governors Conference, National Conference of
Legislatures.

409 Prepared statements, letters, supplemental materials, etc.

Akins, Charles, superintendent, Hardin County Public Schools,
Elizabethtown, Ky, statement of.

97 Anker, Irving, chancellor, board of education, city of New York,

letter to Chairman Perkins, dated July 12, 1977, enclosing state-
ment of..

384
Bobo, Thomas A., assistant superintendent, Montgomery Public
Schools, Montgomery, Ala:
Statement on Low Rent Public Housing-

331
Statement on Pinpoint Disaster Assistance.

308 Bruner, Max, Jr., superintendent of schools, School Board of Okaloosa County, Fort Walton Beach, Fla., statement of..

51 Callahan, Dr. John J., Legislator's Education Action Project, National

Conference of State Legislatures, “Impact Aid and Basic State
School Finance Programs: Can They Be Nade More Cor

atible?”. 488 Duncan, Dr. William F., supervising principal, Highland Falls-Fort

Montgomery, Central School District, Highland Falls, N.Y.,
statement of..

176
Fish, H. David, president, Impacted Area School and director, Special
Projects, San Diego Unified School District, San Diego, Calif:
An Analysis and review.-

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Testimony on.

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