Impact Aid Reform Act of 1970: Hearing, Ninety-first Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 16307 and H.R. 16384 ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970 - Federal aid to education - 600 pages
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Page 536 - No payments shall be made under this title for any fiscal year to a State which has taken into consideration payments under this title in determining the eligibility of any local educational agency in that State for State aid, or the amount of that aid, with respect to the free public education of children during that year or the preceding fiscal year.
Page 173 - To elevate the character and advance the interests of the profession of teaching, and to promote the cause of popular education in the United States.
Page 449 - Vopat, your prepared statement will appear in the record at this point, and you may proceed as you wish. (The document referred to follows :) Statement of Tom Vopat, assistant superintendent, J Joint School District No.
Page 19 - Commissioner of Education" and "Commissioner" mean the United States Commissioner of Education. (10) Average daily attendance shall be determined in accordance with State law, except that (A) the average daily attendance of children with respect to whom payment Is to be made under section 3 or 4 of this Act shall be determined in accordance with regulations of the Commissioner, and (B...
Page 27 - State aid with respect to free public education of children residing on Federal property, and the amount of such aid, are determined on a basis no less favorable to such agency than the basis used in determining the eligibility of local educational agencies for State aid, and the amount thereof, with respect to the free public...
Page 9 - Federal property, and the amount of such aid, is determined on a basis no less favorable to such agency than the basis used in determining the eligibility of local educational agencies for State aid, and the amount thereof, with respect to the free public education of other children in the State...
Page 90 - I wish to thank the chairman and members of this committee for the privilege of appearing before you today on behalf of the Nevada Wool Growers Association.
Page 40 - States to provide financial assistance (as set forth in the following sections of this title) for those local educational agencies upon which the United States has placed financial burdens...
Page 296 - States to whom the specific provision applies, but would make the special provision applicable to any State in which a substantial portion of the land is In unorganized territory for which a State agency is the local educational agency. This would include Alaska at the present time and probably for the next 15 or 20 years. It might conceivably include also other States, although this is not likely. Consequently, the amendments will not have any practical...