Certain Educational and Training Benefits to Veterans, Hearings...S. 1940, Sept. 17, 18, and 19, 1951

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1951 - 144 pages
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Page 13 - AN ACT To provide for the further development of agricultural extension work between the agricultural colleges in the several States receiving the benefits of the act entitled "An act donating public lands to the several States and Territories which may provide colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts", approved July 2, 1862, and all acts supplementary thereto, and the United States Department of Agriculture.
Page 7 - ... (9) Adequate records are kept to show the progress made by each eligible veteran toward his job objective. (10) Appropriate credit is given the eligible veteran for previous training and job experience, whether In the military service or elsewhere, his beginning wage adjusted to the level to which such credit advances him and his training period shortened accordingly...
Page 16 - ... other training on the job, including those under the supervision of an approved college or university or any State department of education, or any State apprenticeship agency or State board of vocational education, or any State apprenticeship council or the Federal Apprentice Training Service established in accordance with Public Law Numbered 308, Seventy-fifth Congress, or any agency in the executive branch of the Federal Government authorized under other laws to supervise such training.
Page 6 - As used in this part, the term 'educational or training institutions' shall include all public or private elementary, secondary, or other schools furnishing education for adults, business schools and colleges, scientific and technical institutions, colleges, vocational schools, junior colleges, teachers...
Page 12 - The Administrator shall pay to the educational or training institution, for each person enrolled in full time or part time course of education or training, the customary cost of tuition...
Page 20 - ... supplies, or equipment furnished a trainee or student under part VII or part VIII of Veterans Regulation Numbered 1 (a) shall be deemed released to him : Provided, That if he fail, because of fault on his part to complete the course of training or education afforded thereunder, he may be required, in the discretion of the Administrator, to return any or all of such books, supplies, or equipment not actually expended or to repay the reasonable value thereof...
Page 7 - The job customarily requires a period of training of not less than three months and not more than two years of full-time training.
Page 16 - At such intervals as he deems necessary, he shall make available information respecting the need for general education and for trained personnel in the various crafts, trades, and professions: Provided, That facilities of other Federal agencies collecting such information shall be utilized to the extent he deems practicable.
Page 13 - ... institutions, business or other establishments furnishing apprentice training on the job: And provided further, That any institution may apply to the Administrator for an adjustment of tuition and the Administrator, if he finds that the customary tuition charges are insufficient to permit the institution to furnish education or training to eligible veterans, or inadequate compensation therefor, may provide for the payment of such fair and reasonable compensation as will not exceed the estimated...
Page 15 - No department, agency, or officer of the United States, in carrying out the provisions of this part, shall exercise any supervision or control, whatsoever, over any State educational agency...

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