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Statements, letters, supplemental material, etc.—Continued
, F. Peter, Special Assistant to the Secretary of HEW-Con.
Material on school desegregation policies, etc.-Continued
"Distinguishing 'new' and continuing activities for title I
applicant's whose funds have been deferred pending com-
pliance with civil rights guidelines," memorandum to State Page
title coordinators, ESEA, August 17, 1966..
Fulbright, Senator J. W., letter to Commissioner Howe,
dated April 5, 1966, and reply, May 24, 1966.
Gardner, Hon. John W., Secretary of Health, Education,
and Welfare, letter to Senator Carl Hayden, dated Decem-
ber 30, 1966
Howe letter to Senator Stennis, enclosing February 24, 1967,
memo, Mr. Yourman to Commissioner Howe...
Howe, Hon. Harold, II, Commissioner of Education, DHEW,
“Responsibilities of State education agencies in assuring com-
pliance for State approved projects," memorandum from
Harold Howe II, U.S. Commissioner of Education, to chief
State school officers..
"Review of legal authority for the 1966 school desegregation
guidelines," memorandum from Alanson W. Willcox,
General Counsel, to the Secretary
"School districts operating under free choice desegregating
plans," memorandum for..
"Schools Get a Year's Grace," article in the Atlanta Consti-
"Special civil rights compliance problems in summer pro-
grams under title I of the Elementary and Secondary
Education Act,” memorandum from Commissioner Howe
to chief State school officers, April 25, 1966...
Title VI-Civil Rights Act of 1964..
“Title VI--Civil Rights Act-revised statement of policies
for desegregation plans--test of performance,
randum from Alanson Willcox, General Counsel, to Harold
Howe II, Commissioner of Education, dated March 7,
Title 45-Public Welfare (reprinted from the Federal Reg-
ister, Friday, Dec. 4, 1964) --
“Use of title 'I funds in local school district undergoing
desegregation or in racially segregated attendance areas,
memorandum to chief State school officers and State title I
coordinators, February 27, 1967 ---
Memorandum by HEW General Counsel: “Legal basis for the
policies of the revised guidelines"----
Revised statement of policies for school desegregation plans under
title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964..
"Schools Get a Year's Grace," article in the Atlanta Constitu-
tion, March 10, 1967.-.
Statistical summary on title VI administrative enforcement ac-
tions by the department for the 1966-67 school year (under
the revised guidelines)------
Logan, William T., Jr., commissioner of education, State of Maine,
Lumley, John M., director, Division of Federal Relations, National
Letter to Chairman Perkins, dated May 3, 1966..
NEA questionnaire on Teacher Corps
Testimony by ---
Lund, Kenneth W., senior vice president, Scott, Foresman, & Co.;
American Book Publishers Council and American Textbook Pubs
lishers Institute, statement by----
Marland, S. P., Jr., superintendent, Pittsburgh Public Schools,
Letter from, dated April 13, 1967-
Programs under title I, ESEA which are shared with nonpublic
Tabulation of programs under ESEA title I...
Statements, letters, supplemental material, etc.-Continued
Mattheis, Dr. Duane J., commissioner of education, State of Minne Page
sota, newspaper article entitled, “Teacher Loss Up in City Schools”. 1096
Moss, Hon. John E., a Representative in Congress from the Sate of
Letter from Chairman Perkins, dated March 17, 1967.-
Lohman, Joseph D., chairman, California Advisory Compensa-
tory Education Commission, Sacramento, Calif., statement of. 1573
National Education Association, excerpts from NEA research report,
1966, October 1966.---
Newman, Dr. Rhoda Spruce, assistant professor, and Director of the
National Teacher Corps Center, University of Georgia, Athens,
Ga., testimony by-
Niemeyer, John H., president, Bank Street College of Education:
A composite picture of 15 demonstration training programs for
auxiliary school personnel conducted in 1966. -
A profile of a project to train auxiliary school personnel (teacher
aids) in conjunction with an NDEA institute for advanced
study for teachers of disadvantaged children..
A project to train migrants for nonprofessional jobs (teacher
"Auxiliary School Personnel: Their Roles, Training, and Institu-
tionalization," study entitled.--
Profile of a program for teacher education and parent-teacher
aids in a culturally different community-
Profile of a project for training auxiliary school personnel as
Profile of orientation-training program for teachers and teacher
aids working in the 1966 summer Headstart project----- 1260
Noe, Samuel V., superintendent of schools, Louisville, Ky., statement
Exhibit A.- Federal expenditures 1965–66, 1966–67 (table)
Exhibit B.- Evaluation of Federal programs..
Exhibit C.-Learn more earn more adult education program.. 976
"Federal Team Checks School Program--Use of Funds for Dis-
advantaged Children Praised,” article in the Courier-Journal - 976
Polley, Ira, superintendent of public instruction, State of Michigan,
letter to Chairman Perkins, dated March 31, 1967..
Roth, Herrick S., vice president, Legislative Committee, AFT Execu-
tive Council, president, Colorado Labor Council, AFL-CIO, testi-
Rose, Oscar, superintendent of schools, Midwest City, Okla.:
Applicants and Federal funds requested (table)--
Chart I.-Enrollment growth from 1950 to the present and esti-
mated to 1970 and the corresponding degree of Federal impact.. 1397
Chart II.--Pupil turnover as related to proximity to Federal
Chart III.- Range of student mean performance of sixth grade
classes Iowa tests of basic skills-Clover Park Schools..
Chart IV.–Clover Park per pupil valuation compared with
other first-class districts, Washington State..
Tabulation I.-Maximum operating funds available from high to
low without Public Law 874 funds.
Tabulation II.-Assessed valuation per pupil in each school dis-
Tabulation III.—Total tax levied for educational purposes_ 1390
Schunk, Dr. Victoria, chairman, legislative program committee, and
Dr. Lois Roth, area representative, education legislative program,
American Association of University Women, letter to Chairman
Perkins, dated March 21, 1967.--
Scott, Mrs. Mary Jane, Ralph Waldo Emerson School, Newton Upper
An analysis made in Newton of our approaches with dis-
Copy of letter to the Boston Herald replying to their articles,
*Are the Rich Getting. Richer?"-
Letter to Chairman Perkins, dated March 9, 1967.
Statements, letters, supplemental material, etc.—Continued Simmons, William, deputy superintendent, Detroit Public Schools, Page testimony of..
1402 Sizer, Theodore R., dean, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, telegram to Chairman Perkins..
1285 Swanson, Austin D., associate professor of education, State University of New York at Buffalo:
Letter to August W. Steinhilber, dated December 7, 1966.-- 1145
Steinhilber, August W., specialist for legislation, HEW, letter
from, dated November 18, 1966---
Steinhilber, August W., specialist for legislation, HEW, letter
from, dated December 22, 1966..
1146 Taylor, Richard D., superintendent, Widefield-Security Schools, testimony of...
1418 Tunney, Hon. John V., a Representative in Congress from the State
of California, letter to Chairman Perkins, enclosing a statement by
Bruce Miller, superintendent of schools, Riverside Unified School
1710 Whitten, Hon. Jamie L., a Representative in Congress from the State
of Mississippi, letter to Chairman Perkins, dated March 2, 1967- 1713
Whittier, Dr. C. Taylor, superintendent of schools, the School District
Federal funding needs, School District of Philadelphia, Pa. 1700
Poindexter, Robert L., deputy superintendent, letter to Chairman
Perkins, dated April 10, 1967.
1699 Willenberg, Ernest P., president, the Council for Exceptional Children, NEA, statement of
1137 Wilson, Dr. Donald E., director, Teacher Education, School of Edu
cation, Temple University, newspaper article entitled “Teacher
Corps Makes Impact in Watts—They Hustle Education"..
1318 Wright, Winnie, librarian, Flemingsburg Elementary School, Flem
ingsburg Elementary Library, Flemingsburg, Ky., letter to Chair-
man Perkins, dated March 8, 1967-.
1710 Younglund, Donald E., assistant director, Federal programs, Wichita
Public Schools, Unified School District No. 259, Wichita, Kans.,
letter to Chairman Perkins, dated January 27, 1967.
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
AMENDMENTS OF 1967
THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1967
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR,
Washington, D.C. The committee met at 9:30 a.m., pursuant to recess, in room 2175, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Carl D. Perkins (chairman of the committee) presiding.
Present: Representatives Perkins, Green, Dent, Brademas, Ford, Hathaway, Meeds, Quie, Bell, Reid, Erlenborn, Scherle, Dellenback, and Steiger.
Staff members present: Robert E. McCord, senior specialist, H. D. Reed, Jr., general counsel, William D. Gaul, associate general counsel, Benjamin F. Reeves, editor, and Louise M. Dargans, research assistant.
Chairman PERKINS. The committee will be in order. We are delighted to welcome this morning a fine Member of this Congress who has been one of our most prominent members in the Committee on Rules and who has done so much in seeing to it that educational legislation, reported by this committee, actually came to a vote on the floor of the House.
It is a great pleasure to welcome our distinguished colleague, the Honorable Richard Bolling, to introduce the Kansas City superintendent of schools.
STATEMENT OF HON. RICHARD BOLLING, A MEMBER OF CONGRESS
FROM THE STATE OF MISSOURI
Mr. BOLLING. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I am very pleased to have the privilege of being with the committee today. As you have said, the field of education has been one of my interests for many years. In fact, I am a teacher.
It is a particular pleasure, because it is my first opportunity to be here since your chairmanship and also because I have the privilege of introducing to the committee the man who is not only the superintendent of schools in Kansas City, but an old and good personal friend of mine.
He has had a remarkable career. He came up through the ranks the hard way. He has survived a great many difficulties in the Kansas City area and survived them with honor, skill, and ability.
It gives me great pleasure to present to the committee Mr. James A. Hazlett, Superintendent of Schools, Kansas City, Mo. Thank you, sir.