Hearings, Reports and Prints of the House Committee on Education and Labor, Part 20

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Page 123 - section to establish or improve, either directly or through local educational agencies, programs of education for migratory children of migratory agricultural workers or of migratory fishermen. 28-507
Page 254 - I think, Mr. Chairman, members of the committee, I hope, you would give very serious consideration to this idea. I thank you very, very much for the opportunity to be here this morning and speak with you.
Page 142 - not been heard ? So I am proud of the fact that we have had a good hearing here. [An indication in the affirmative from the audience.] Chairman PERKINS. All right. We will hear you, and come around and identify yourself.' We don't want to leave anyone out.
Page 258 - A Report of the Education Commission of the States Task Force on Early Childhood Education (Denver: The Commission, June 1971), pp. 16-17.
Page 181 - APPENDIX D 1977 EXPENDITURES State leadership funds were used to expand and strengthen guidance and counseling services in elementary and secondary schools, increase coordination of guidance and counseling activities, and improve qualifications of guidance and counseling personnel.
Page 265 - background, and no such programs shall be used in whole or in part for religious worship or instruction. Sec.
Page 272 - be reimbursed from title I funds for personal expenses directly attributable to the performance of their duties and functions
Page 256 - Each local education agency receiving a grant for a pilot program shall establish and maintain an account separate from all other district accounts for the receipt and disbursement of all funds related to its early childhood and family education program. (c) A local education
Page 220 - The development of the program experienced by the learners has been primarily dependent on the professional Judgment of the school personnel and their interaction with the students, parents, visitors, and consultants who frequent the school. Evaluation of all phases of human growth is made for each individual and the learners' progress is carried out almost constantly. The adequacy of each
Page 221 - used to test the null hypothesis that there are no statistically significant differences In the

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