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Cortright, Richard W., director of education of the Laubach Literacy
Cowan, Dr. James R., assistant superintendent for business services, San
Dennis, Miss Catherine T., State supervisor of home economics education,
Eberle, Fred, acting State director of vocational education, State Department of Education, Charleston, W. Va..
Elstad, Dr. Leonard M., president, Gallaudet College, prepared statement.
Fong, Hon. Hiram A., a U.S. Senator from the State of Hawaii..
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Greenberg, Bernard L., associate professor of English, Gallaudet College.
Harrington, Fred, president, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.
Hartshorn, Merrill F., executive secretary, National Council for the
Haworth, Ellis, chairman, Legislative Committee, District of Columbia
Hecht, George J., publisher of Parents' Magazine and chairman of the
Hill, Alfred T., executive secretary, the Council for the Advancement of
Prepared statement containing.
Exhibit A.-Higher education and the Federal Government:
Exhibit B.-What does H.R. 3000 mean to CASC colleges?___
Jensen, Glenn S., executive director, Adult Education Association of the
Laubach, Dr. Frank C., president, Board of Trustees, Laubach Literacy
Logan, William B., director, Distributive Education Services, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio; member, President's Panel of Consultants on Vocationl Education__.
Luke, Robert A., executive secretary, National Association of Public
Luke, Robert A., executive secretary, National Association of Public
McClure, William J., president, Conference of Executives of American
McIntyre, Hon. Thomas J., a U.S. Senator from the State of New Hampshire, prepared statement..
McKay, Mrs. Austin B., director, State library, Concord, N.H., as presented by Germaine Krettek, associate executive director, American Library Association_
Matthews, Jack, president, American Speech and Hearing Association, Washington, D.C., accompanied by John V. Irwin, executive vice president, and Kenneth O. Johnston, executive secretary, American Speech and Hearing Association...
Miller, Helen, State librarian, Idaho State Library, Boise, Idaho, and Emerson Greenaway, director, Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa....
Mobley, M. D., executive secretary, American Vocational Association,
Morris, Barry, chairman, legislative committee, Department of Audiovisual Instruction, National Education Association, prepared statement. 2306, 2307
Mundt, Hon. Karl E., a U.S. Senator from the State of South Dakota
Patrick, C. W., assistant superintendent of schools; president, San Diego
Junior College; president, National Council of Local Administrators of
Vocational Education and Practical Arts, San Diego, Calif., prepared
Pell, Hon. Claiborne, a U.S. Senator from the State of Rhode Island.
Peterson, Milo J., president, American Vocational Association; professor,
Agricultural Education Department, University of Minnesota, St. Paul,
Pfeffer, Leo, general counsel, American Jewish Congress_
Phillips, Raymond V., director of the summer session and evening division,
Pincus, Ceila, past president, Philadelphia Federation of Teachers.
Pratt, George T., chairman, Committee on Legislation, Council on Ed-
ucation of the Deaf, and president, the Alexander Graham Bell Associ-
Rich, William A., member of the Legislative Committee, District of Co-
Rose, Oscar V., superintendent of schools, Midwest City, Okla....
Root, Margaret, executive secretary, Pennsylvania Federation of Teach-
ers, affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers, Pennsylvania
AFL-CIO, and Celia Pincus, president, Philadelphia Federation of
Schloss, Irvin P., legislative analyst, American Foundation for the Blind..
Sheats, Paul, dean, University Extension, University of California, Berke-
Stults, Mrs. Walter B., legislative_chairman, Ben W. Murch Home &
"The Truth About Soviet Education," from U.S. News & World
Report, July 4, 1960.
"Experimental Education of the Blind Holds Implications for Teach-
ing the Gifted," by Warren M. Brody, M.D.
"How To Teach Data Processing in Your School," by Superintendent
Rolland Upton, inserted in Congressional Record of May 27, 1963-
"President Kennedy's Commencement Address at San Diego State
College, Calif.," from the New York Times of June 7, 1963.
"PTA To Seek U.S. Aid for District Schools," from the Washington
Editorial entitled: "Our Impacted City,' from the Washington Star,
"Vocational Education in Canada," by C. Ross Ford, American Vo-
Coulter, W. H., acting superintendent, Department of Education,
To Mr. Francis Keppel, Commissioner of Education, dated March 29, 1963, containing resolution adopted March 26, 1962. 2061 Simmons, Benjamin L., director of curriculum and instructional service, ACSSAVO, to Senator Morse, dated May 21, 1963, containing
Report A-NDEA, title III-Federal receipts and State ex-
Report B-NDEA, title III, 1958–63.
Letter to Senator Mundt from
Conch, Floyd, chairman, school board, Oral, S. Dak., dated May 31,
Spelts, Robert R., chairman, Educational Responsibility Committee,
Stockdale, S. M., superintendent, Todd County Independent School
Members of panel of consultants on vocational education..
Membership of the Bipartisan Citizens Committee for Federal Aid to
Progress report under the library services in Oregon..
Table 1.-Cost to the District of Columbia public schools for educating children of foreign parentage-
Tables submitted by Senator Brewster of Maryland:
Table I. Increased enrollments in Maryland school systems eligible
Table II. Increased enrollments in Maryland school systems not
Telegram from Lawrence R. Hackett, superintendent, Shannon County schools, Batesland, S. Dak.....
Table IV. Tax rates for current expenses for Maryland school systems
MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1963
SUBCOMMITTEE OF EDUCATION OF THE
COMMITTEE OF LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE,
Washington, D.C. The subcommittee met, pursuant to recess, at 10:10 a.m., in room 4232, New Senate Office Building, Senator Wayne Morse (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding.
Present: Senators Morse, Clark, and Randolph.
Committee staff members present: Stewart McClure, chief clerk; Charles Lee, professional staff member of the subcommittee; Michael J. Bernstein, minority counsel; and Ray D. Hurley, associate minority counsel.
Senator CLARK (presiding pro tempore). The subcommittee will be in session.
I regret that the airlines' delay has made me late and that Senator Morse and Senator Randolph were detained, but they will be here within the hour.
At the request of Senator Morse's principal staff assistant, I will ask to have put in the record at this point a transcript of a text of President Kennedy's commencement address at San Diego State College, California, as reported by the New York Times under date of Friday, June 7.
(The transcript referred to follows:)
[From the New York Times, June 7, 1963]
TRANSCRIPT OF KENNEDY ADDRESS
Following is the text of President Kennedy's commencement address yesterday at San Diego State College, San Diego, Calif., as recorded by the New York Times, through the facilities of the American Broadcasting Co. radio network:
I want to express a very strong sense of appreciation for the honor that you have given to me today. To be an instant graduate of this distinguished college is greatly appreciated, and I am delighted to participate in what is a most important ceremony in the lives of us all.
One of the most impressive, if not the most impressive accomplishments of this great Golden State has been the recognition by the citizens of this State of the importance of education as the basis for the maintenance of an effective free society.
This fact was recognized in our earliest beginnings at the Massachusetts Bay Colony. But I do not believe that any State in the Union has given more attention in recent years to educating its citizens—the highest level of the doctoral level, graduate level in the colleges, State colleges, the junior colleges, the high schools, the grade schools.