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Prepared statements, letters, supplemental materials, etc.-Continued Johns, Dr. Thomas L., specialist, school finance, Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education, Office of Education:
Statement by -
Letter from Chairman Perkins, dated June 29, 1977, requesting
Letter to Chairman Perkins, dated July 7, 1977, enclosing inform-
Martin, James D., deputy director, Human Resources Division, U.S.
Effect of Changes to the Impact Aid Program Eligibility and
McClory, Hon. Robert, a Representative in Congress from the State
"District 64 News, Notes and Quotes," a publication entitled
Antilles Consolidated Schools at Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico,
Contribution of Military and Civilian Federal Agencies to Student
Fact Sheet on the Antilles Middle School.
Testimony of- -
Mueller, Donald F., superintendent, Douglas School District No. 51-1,
Odom, Wallace S., assistant superintendent for finance and business
affairs, School Board of Escambia County, Pensacola, Fla., testi-
Paxson, Wayne M., associate superintendent of the Bellevue Public
Perkins, Carl D., a Representative in Congress from the State of
Letter from Robert B. Pirie, Jr., Principal Deputy Assistant
Letter to Clifford L. Alexander, Jr., Secretary of the Army,
Response from Dr. David Smith, enclosing answers to Chairman
Pinney, Grant, assistant superintendent, Sierra Sands Unified School
Public Law 81-874, title I, section 6, table 5
Quie, Hon. Albert H., a Representative in Congress from the State of
Letter to Joseph A. Califano, Secretary, Department of Health,
Quint, June K., business manager and legislative coordinator, Rantoul
Rorvig, W. O., superintendent, McLaughlin School District, Mc-
Rose, Hon. Charles G., a Representative in Congress from the State of North Carolina, testimony of-
Shipley, Thomas R., coordinator, Educational Information Systems,
Prepared statements, letters, supplemental materials, etc.-Continued
Letter from George Connor, superintendent, Zeigler-Royalton
Letter from William L. Stormer, director, School Assistance in
"Mine Subsidence Problems Presented By Dr. Castrale," news-
Stormer, Dr. William L., Director, Division of School Assistance in
Interim Report on the In-Depth Study of Federally Owned
Section 115.14 Assurances and parental participation with respect
Order of priority indices and funds needed under section 5 and
Summers, Tom, Tulsa County superintendent of schools, Tulsa, Oka., letter to subcommittee, dated June 22, 1977
Swicegood, Jack, superintendent, Gallup-McKinley County Public
Tallchief, George, superintendent, Hays-Lodge Pole School District
Triplett, Richard L., superintendent, Bellevue Public Schools,
Wallace, Linn, past president, Antilles Consolidated Education
"Note Book," a publication of the ACEA..
Summary Findings Report on Management Survey
Williams, Sydney, Newport School Department, Newport, R.I.,
Wugalter, Harry, secretary for educational finance and cultural
The New Mexico educational finance project (NMEXEFP) the
Appendix 1. Impact aid legislation, Public Law 81-874 and Public Law
Appendix 2-A. Proposed rules, School Assistance in Federally Affected
Appendix 2-B. Rules and regulations, School Assistance in Federally
Appendix 3. Background materials on impact aid program from U.S.
Appendix 4. Table, Public Law 874, impact aid program, estimated maximum authorization, appropriation, and budget request levels, Page fiscal years 1966-78..
Appendix 5. "Assessment of the Impact Aid Program," General Account-
Appendix 6. Letter from Chairman Perkins to Mr. William Stormer,
Response to Chairman Perkins from Mr. Stormer..
Miscellaneous statements and letters:
Michel, Hon. Robert H., statement.
Evans, Hon. Frank E., statement..
Bobo, Mr. Thomas A., assistant superintendent, Montgomery,
Odom, Mr. Wallace S., assistant superintendent for finance and
Luke, Dr. John, superintendent, Chicopee, Mass., public schools,
Brimer, Mr. Paul T., director of finance, Brevard County, Fla.,
Ritchie, Mr. Robert R., superintendent, Fairborn City Inde-
Counce, Mr. Shelby, superintendent, Huntsville, Ala., city
Sutton, Mr. J. E., superintendent emeritus, Midwest City-Del
Jenkins, Dr. Donald R., superintendent, elementary school
Pickard, Mr. Joseph A., superintendent, Selma city schools,
Forsythe, Hon. Edwin, letter to Congressman Quie enclosing
Dillon, Dr. Jesse D., superintendent, Rockaway Township, N.J.,
Hin, Dr. William G., superintendent, Bayonne, N.J., public
Hanks, Mr. J. M., superintendent, Ysleta Independent School
Foley, Hon. Thomas S., letter to Chairman Perkins enclosing
Tuder, Mr. Charles L., Alameda, Calif., Unified School District,
PART 5: IMPACT AID
TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1977
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SUBCOMMITTEE ON ELEMENTARY, SECONDARY
AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR, Washington, D. C.
The subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at 9:30 a.m., in Room 2175, Rayburn House Office Building, the Hon. Carl D. Perkins, presiding.
Members present: Representatives Perkins, Blouin, Simon, Mottl, Le Fante, Heftel and Quie.
Staff present: John F. Jennings, majority counsel; Nancy L. Kober, staff assistant; and Christopher T. Cross, minority senior education consultant.
Chairman PERKINS. The Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary and Vocational Education is today beginning two weeks of oversight hearings on the Impact Aid laws. The hearings are a continuation of hearings on H. R. 15, a bill to extend for five years certain elementary and secondary education programs that expire at the end of fiscal year 1978.
The Impact Aid programs under Public Law 81-874 and Public Law 81-815 provide financial assistance to local educational agencies in areas affected by Federal activities. Appropriations for the 874 and 815 programs totaled $793 million in fiscal year 1977 and will affect over 4500 public school districts.
In recent weeks there has been much discussion about the impact aid program, as the Appropriations Committee and the House dealt with funding for fiscal year 1978. The last time our committee looked at the program very comprehensively was prior to the Education Amendments of 1974. In the amendments included in that law, P.L. 93-380, Congress substantially revised the impact aid legislation. I feel it is important, as we prepare for reauthorization legislation next year, to again look at this program in depth and focus on the effects of those amendments.
Today we will be hearing from Mr. William Stormer, Director, Division of School Assistance in Federally Affected Areas in the Office of Education, who will provide an overview of the 874 programs and discuss the implementation of these 1974 amendments.