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COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR

CARL D. PERKINS, Kentucky, Chairman
EDITH GREEN, Oregon

WILLIAM H. AYRES, Ohio
FRANK THOMPSON, JR., New Jersey ALBERT H. QUIE, Minnesota
ELMER J. HOLLAND, Pennsylvania CHARLES E. GOODELL, New York
JOHN H. DENT, Pennsylvania

JOHN M. ASHBROOK, Ohio
ROMAN C. PUCINSKI, Mlinois

ALPHONZO BELL, California
DOMINICK V. DANIELS, New Jersey OGDEN R. REID, New York
JOHN BRADEMAS, Indiana

EDWARD J. GURNEY, Florida
JAMES G. O'HARA, Michigan

JOHN N. ERLENBORN, Illinois
HUGH L. CAREY, New York

WILLIAM J. SCHERLE, Iowa
AUGUSTUS F. HAWKINS, California JOHN DELLENBACK, Oregon
SAM GIBBONS, Florida

MARVIN L. ESCH, Michigan
WILLIAM D. FORD, Michigan

EDWIN D. ESHLEMAN, Pennsylvania
WILLIAM D. HATHAWAY, Maine JAMES C. GARDNER, North Carolina
PATSY T. MINK, Hawall

WILLIAM A. STEIGER, Wisconsin
JAMES H. SCHEUER, New York
LLOYD MEEDS, Washington
PHILLIP BURTON, California
CARL ALBERT, Oklahoma

II

Hearings held in Washington, D.C.:

Page

March 9, 1967

833

March 10, 1967 -

901

March 13, 1967

951

March 14, 1967-

1021

March 15, 1967

1089

March 16, 1967-

1283

March 17, 1967-

1339

March 18, 1967

1465

March 20, 1967

1581

Statement of

Ackerman, Joseph, president, National School Boards Association,

accompanied by Hugh Calkins, Paul N. Carlin, and Harold W.

Webb.

1436

Adams, Hon. Brock, a Member of Congress from the State of Wash-
ington...

841
Baker, James E., superintendent of schools, Middlesboro, Ky-

983
Benjamin, Mrs. Marjorie, the Citizens Committee for Children. 1563
Bergman, Mrs. Lewis J., Citizens Schools Committee of Chicago 1334
Biemiller, Andrew J., AFL-CIO, accompanied by Walter Davis,
director, AFL-CIO Department of Education, and Jack Sessions,
assistant director, AFL-CIO Department of Education and mem-
ber of the School Board of the District of Columbia.-

1343

Bolling, Hon. Richard, a Member of Congress from the State of

Missouri..

833

Bowman, Dr. Garda W., program coordinator, special projects, Bank

Street College of Education...

1545

Breit, Fred, deputy superintendent, Seattle Public Schools, Seattle,

Wash..

842

Buchanan, Dr. Paul, superintendent of schools, Jackson County,

N.C..

1283

Burkhead, G. C., superintendent, Hardin County Schools, Elizabeth-
town, Ky-

953
Byrne, Dr. J. A., director, Division of Education, College of St.
Thomas, St. Paul, Minna

1098
Clark, Charles, superintendent, Floyd County Schools, Frestonsburg,
Ky-

977

Cline, Edward L., Sr., on behalf of the Omaha Tribe of Macy, Nebr. 1287

Dodson, Marvin, executive secretary, Kentucky Education Associa-
tion, Louisville, Ky---

951
Donohue, Monsignor James C., director, Department of Education,

U.S. Catholic Conference, acccompanied by Monsignor William
McManus, archdiocese superintendent of education, Chicago, and
Mr. John Cicco.--

1154

Eater, John W., superintendent of schools, Rantoul, III.

1408

Edgar, J. E., commissioner of education, Austin, Tex., represented by
J. Warren Hitt, deputy commissioner of education.

905
Farrell, Sister Miriam J., supervisor, Archdiocesan Schools, Gilroy,
Calif....

901

Goble, Russell, Martin County schools, Kentucky

1465

Hanks, J. M., superintendent, Ysleta School District, El Paso, Tex 1420
Hazlett, Dr. James, superintendent of schools, Kansas City, Mo.--. 834
Holt, Charles, superintendent of schools, South Bend, Ind.

850
Hood, R. E., superintendent of schools, Brunswick, Ga.---

1414

Johnson, Carroll, superintendent of schools, White Plains, N.Y. 865

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Statement by--Continued

Keith, Everett, executive secretary, Missouri State Teachers Associa-

tion; Warren Phillips, superintendent of schools; Harold Spears,

superintendent of schools; Forest Conner, executive secretary, Page

American Association of School Administrators...

1025

Levin, Mrs. Nathan W., chairman of the Educational Services Section
of the Citizens Committee for Children,

1553
Libassi, F. Peter, Special Assistant to the Secretary of HEW for Civil

Rights, accompanied by Mrs. Ruby Martin, Special Assistant for
Education; Mr. Derrick Bell, Deputy Special Assistant for Civil
Rights; and Mr. Edward Yorman, General Counsel for Civil
Rights

1498, 1581

Lumley, John M., director, Division of Federal Relations, NEA;

Mrs. Mary C. Gereau and Mr. Stanley J. McFarland, members of

the staff

1056

Lund, Kenneth W., senior vice president, Scott, Foresman & Co.;

American Book Publishers Council and American Textbolk Pub-
lishers Institute

1450
Marburger, Dr. Carl, Assistant Commissioner for Education, Bureau
of Indian Affairs, U.S. Department of the Interior---

1021

Martin, Mrs. Ruby, staff assistant, Office of the Secretary, HEW 1581

Mattheis, Dr. Duane, commissioner of education, State board of

education, St. Paul. Minn.

1090

McNeill, W. R., superintendent, Bowling Green Independent Schools,
Bowling Green, Ky

997

Megel, Carl J., Washington representative, American Federation of

Teachers..

1348

Miller, Dr. Richard, director, program on educational change, Uni-
versity of Kentucky-

908
Nagle, John F., chief, Washington office, National Federation of the
Blind..

1339

Niemeyer, John H., president, Bank Street College of Education,

accompanied by Mrs. Verona Williams and Dr. Gordon Kopf. 1124

Noe, Samuel V., superintendent, Louisville Independent Schools,

Louisville, Ky-

968

Osview, Leonard, assistant dean, College of Education, Temple

University------

1324

Panel of members of the National Teachers Corps: Dr. John W.

Letson, Miss Rhoda Newman, Mrs. Babbara Goodwin, Miss

Dorothy Hornsby, and Miss Thomasine Haskins, all of Georgia -- 1293

Pogue, Henry, Jr., chairman, State Board of Education, Common-

wealth of Kentucky--

981

Risner, Bueford, superintendent of Bath County Schools, Owings-

ville, Ky..

1540

Rose, Oscar, superintendent of schools, Oklahoma; R. E. Hood,

Brunswick, Ga., Richard Taylor, John W. Eater, Rantoul, Ill.;

T. Olai Hageness, Clover Park Schools, Tacoma, Wash.; William

Simmons, Detroit, Mich.; and J. K. Hanks, El Paso, Tex-.-

1386

Ryan, Mrs. Edward T., chairman for legislation National Congress

of Parents and Teachers..

1456

Smith, Leon T., superintendent, McCracken County Schools, Paducah,

Ку.

999

Spaulding, Hugh C., superintendent of Marion County Schools,

Lebanon, Ky-----

991

Stapleton, Ernest, assistant superintendent of schools, Albuquerque,

N. Mex.

852

Stimbert, E. C., superintendent, Memphis City Schools and member of

the Executive Committee of the American Association of School

Administrators-

1026

Swanson, Austin D., associate professor of education, State University

of New York at Buffalo.

1142

Taylor, Richard, superintendent, Widefield School, Colorado Springs,

Colo...

1416

Torrence, Dr. Andrew P., dean of academic affairs, Tuskegee Institute,
Tuskegee, Ala-----

903

Van Hoose, Richard, superintendent, Jefferson County Public Schools,

Ky.--

994

Statement by-Continued

Vittetow, Frank, assistant superintendent, Bureau of State-Federal Page

Relations Department of Education, Frankfort, Ky----

963

Watkins, Hon. Sam, member of the Legislature, State of Kentucky-- 1002

Willenberg, Ernest P., president, Council for Exceptional Children,

NEA, accompanied by William C. Geer, executive secretary,

Council for Exceptional Children, NEA..

1139

Wilson, Dr. Donald E., director, teacher education, School of Edu-

cation, University of Southern California.-

1318

Statements, letters, supplemental material, etc.:

Ackerman, Dr. Joseph, president, National School Boards Association,

statement by----

1442

American Parents Committee, Inc., statement of..

1333
Biemiller, Andrew J., AFL-CIO:

"Design for an Effective Schools Program in Urban Centers,"
publication entitled.

1370
Statement by the AFL-CIO Executive Council on Education

and the Federal Government, February 23, 1967, Bal Harbour,
Fla...

1367
Bottomly, Forbes, superintendent of schools, Seattle Public Schools,

Seattle, Wash., letter to Chairman Perkins, dated March 30, 1967 - 1717
Bowman, Garda W., program coordinator, special projects, Bank
Street College of Education:
Illustrations of the need for comprehensive, systematic, and con-
tinuing planning of education at all levels

1546
S. 721, text of bill

1550
Testimony by--

1544
Brademas, Hon. John, a Representative in Congress from the State
of Indiana, editorial in Life Magazine --

1718

Breit, Fred, deputy superintendent, Seattle Public Schools, Seattle,

Wash.:

How can Public Law 89–10 be improved? -

844

Seattle School District No. 1 as related to Public Law 89-10---- 845

Buchanan, R. P., superintendent, Jackson County Schools, Sylva,

N.C., statement by-

1286

Carnegie Quarterly, article entitled, "The Rich Get Richer and the

Poor Get Poorer-Schools".

1574

Carr, Thomas W., National Advisory Council on the Education of

Disadvantaged Children..

1703

Chisholm, Dr. Robert L., superintendent, Albuquerque Public Schools,

"Programs developed under the Elementary and Secondary Educa-

tion Act of 1965," a report to.--

852

Exhibit A.-General evaluation..

858

Exhibit B.-School counseling-

858

Exhibit C.-Learning materials centers..

859

Exhibit D.-1966 Headstart program.

859

Exhibit E.-Federal funding, office of new programs, Albuquerque

Public Schools

860

Consedine, William R., director, Legal Department, National Catholic

Welfare Conference, "The Constitutionality of the Church-Related

Schools in Federal Aid to Education," reprint from the Georgetown

Law School Journal..

1161

Darling, Dr. Richard L., director, Department of Instructional

Materials, Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland, and

president, American Association of School Librarians, statement by. 1704

Eater, John W., superintendent of schools, Rantoul, Ill.:

Comparison of growth percentages in Rantoul (table).

1411

Table 1.-Percentage of Federal impact-current school year,

1965-66.

1409

Table II.--Federal impact in Rantoul City Schools (elementary

only).

1409

Table III.-Growth comparison-Rantoul City Schools-19-year

period.

1409

Table IV.-12 heaviest federally impacted districts in Illinois.. 1412

Table V.-Construction projects in Illinois filed prior to cutoff

date of February 20, 1967..--

1413

Estes, Nolan, Associate Commissioner, HEW, letter to Congressman

Brademas, dated March 15, 1967-

1604

Statements, letters, supplemental material, etc.- Continued

Ford, Hon. William D., a Representative in Congress from the State

of Michigan; table in International Municipal Statistical Bulletin

showing State by State the total educational bonds asked for and Page

passed in dollars for elementary and secondary education --

1044

Gilpin, Alfred W., chairman, Omaha Tribal Council, Macy, Nebr.,

letter to Chairman Perkins, enclosing a letter to Senator Hruska - 1714

Griffiths, Daniel E., dean, School of Education, New York Education,

statement by -

1576

Hazlett, James A., superintendent of schools, Kansas City, Mo.,

testimony of ---

838

Hornsby, Dorothy Elizabeth, principal, Mary McLeod Bethune

Elementary School, Atlanta Public Schools, Atlanta, Ga., testimony

by---

1300

Johnson, Albert C., superintendent, School District of the City of

Benton Harbor, Mich., letter to Chairman Perkins, dated March 9,
1967

1709

Johnson, Carroll F., superintendent of schools, White Plains, N.Y.,

statement of..

870

Knutzen, Owen A., acting superintendent of schools, Omaha Public

Schools, Omaha, Nebr., letter to Chairman Perkins, dated February
23, 1967..

1712

Letson, Dr. John W., superintendent, Atlanta Public Schools, Atlanta,

Ga., testimony by-

1304

Levin, Mrs. Nathan W., chairman, Educational Services Section of

the Citizens Committee for Children, statement of..

1553

Libassi, F. Peter, Special Assistant to the Secretary of HEW for Civil

Rights:

Clark, Hon. Ramsey, Attorney General, letter to Senator Russell

B. Long, dated March 2, 1967.-

1515

Letter to Chairman Perkins, enclosing principal documents relat-

ing to the enforcement of title I with respect to school desegra-
gation --

1605
Administration sends to Congress tightened and strength-

ened Economic Opportunity Act of 1967, press release. 1628

Estimated fall enrollment in fifth grade compared with high

school graduates 8 years later: United States, 1948–56 to

1964–72 (table)----

1628

Estimated percentage of nonwhites (or Negroes) and whites

(or others) enrolled in public schools, by kindergarten, ele-

mentary, and secondary level, in 21 large cities: 1960 and

currently (table)---

1605

Information on the amount of funds available for the admin-

istration of title VI for school desegregation for each of

the last 3 fiscal years (table)--

1623

List of complaints from September 1 through March 22,

broken down by State ---

1616

Memorandum from Commissioner Howe to chief State

school officers.

1618

Memorandum from Louis J. McGuinness to Miss Carol

Herzman..

1623

"Success Stories,” (brief summaries of districts that have

moved effectively in the area of school desegregation) - 1609

Summary of the basis and general content of the economic

opportunity amendments of 1967.

1624

Material on school desegregation policies of HEW Office of Edu-

cation under title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.. 1630

Authority for the 1966 school desegregation guidelines.-- 1644

"Civil rights compliance in summer programs operated under

title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act

of 1965, as amended,” memorandum for chief school officers,
February 8, 1967.--

1621

Commissioner Howe's letter to Austin R. Meadows, super-

intendent of education, State department of education,

Montgomery, Ala., August 9, 1966-

1669

Compliance with the Civil Rights Act with respect to the

projects to be filed for fiscal year 1967 under title I.--- 1618

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