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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 JOHN H. DENT, Pennsylvania

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

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

JOHN N. ERLENBORN, Illinois JAMES G, O'HARA, Michigan

WILLIAM J. SCHERLE, Iowa HUGH L. CAREY, New York

JOHN DELLENBACK, Oregon AUGUSTUS F. HAWKINS, California MARVIN L. ESCH, Michigan WILLIAM D. FORD, Michigan

EDWIN D. ESHLEMAN, Pennsylvania WILLIAM D. HATHAWAY, Maine

WILLIAM A. STEIGER, Wisconsin PATSY T. MINK, Hawaii

JAMES M. COLLINS, Texas JAMES H. SCHEUER, New York

EARL F. LANDGREBE, Indiana LLOYD MEEDS, Washington

ORVAL HANSEN, Idaho
PHILLIP BURTON, California

EARL B. RUTH, North Carolina
JOSEPH M. GAYDOS, Pennsylvania
LOUIS STOKES, Ohio
WILLIAM “BILL" CLAY, Missouri
ADAM C. POWELL, New York

(II)

FOREWORD

FEBRUARY 6, 1969. It gives me great pleasure to join with my colleagues on the Education and Labor Committee to bring to the attention of Members this compilation of education legislation reflecting the latest changes in laws dealing wih elementary and secondary education, higher education, and vocational education. The last such compilation was published in May 1967. Significant changes have been made in the law since that time. This compilation is an essential tool in our study of future legislative action in meeting the unfinished task of broadening and strengthening educational opportunities.

CARL D. PERKINS,
Chairman, Education and Labor Committee,

U.S. House of Representatives.

(III)

ALPHABETICAL TABLE OF STATUTES

Adult Education, Elementary and Secondary Education Amendments of Page 1966, Title III-Adult education

425 Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954_

400 American Printing House for the Blind...

509 Appalachian Regional Development Act-

515 Title 1—The Appalachian Regional Commission.

516 Title II—Special Appalachian programs-

517 Title III-Administration.-

521 Title IV-Appropriations and miscellaneous.

524 Bankhead-Jones Act---

281 Civil defense adult education..

456 Title II—Powers and duties.

458 Title IV-General provisions.

462 Civil Rights Act of 1964_

131 Title IV-Desegregation of public education -

131 Title VI-Nondiscrimination in federally assisted programs..

7 Clubs for boys and girls interested in science--

133 Cooperative Research Act (Public Law 531, 83d Cong.), as amended..

283 Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, as amended--

527 Title 1-Work-training and work-study programs.

527 Title II-Urban and rural community action programs.

547 Title III--Special program to combat poverty in rural areas.

568 Title IV-Employment and investment incentives---

571 Title V—Work experience, training, and day care programs.

575 Title VI-Administration and coordination -

578 Title VII–Treatment of income for certain public assistance purposes

591 Title VIII–Domestic volunteer service programs.

592 Economic Opportunity Amendments of 1966.

597 Title VII-Technical amendment to title VII of the act-

597 Title XII-General provisions.

598 Economic Opportunity Amendments of 1967..

598 Title II-Investigation and evaluation by the Comptroller General--- 598 Title III—Criminal provisions--

599 Title IV-Effective date.--

600 Educational television broadcasting facilities-

466 Title IV–Grants for noncommercial educational broadcasting---- 466 Elementary and Secondary Education Act :

Title 1-Financial assistance to local educational agencies for the edu-
cation of children from low-income families.----

13 Title II—School library resources, textbooks, and other instructional materials

31 Title III—Supplementary educational centers and services.

36 Title IV-Educational research and training--

283 Title V-Grants to strengthen State departments of education...

47 Title VI-Education of handicapped children.-

479 Title VII–Bilingual education programs.

56 Title VIII–General provisions--

60 Elementary and Secondary Education Amendments of 1966_ Elementary and Secondary Education Amendments of 1967--

65 Title IV-Provisions for adequate leadtime and for planning and

evaluation in elementary and secondary education programs.--- 66 Title VI-Study for school bus safety

67 Foreign Assistance Act of 1961..-

415 Freedmen's Teaching Hospital, Howard University

638 Future Farmers of America.

134 Gallaudet College-

502

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Grants for teaching in the education of handicapped children.-

489

Handicapped Children's Early Education Assistance Act------

488

Higher Education Act of 1965 :

Title 1-Community service and continuing education programs..

141

Title II—College library assistance and library training and research. 147

Title III—Strengthening developing institutions.-

153

Title IV-Student assistance---

157

Title V-Education professions development -

295

Title VI—Financial assistance for the improvement of undergraduate

instruction

212

Title VII-Amendments to Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963.- 219

Title VIII–Networks for knowledge-----

219

Title IX-Education for the public service----

220

Title X-Improvement of graduate programs.-

225

Title XI–Law school clinical experience programs.

226

Title XII–General provisions...

227

Higher Education Amendments of 1966.

232

Higher Education Amendments of 1968_

233

Higher Education Facilities Act of 1963.-

235

Title 1-Grants for construction of undergraduate academic facilities. 236

Title II-Grants for construction of graduate academic facilities.--- 244

Title III-Loans for construction of academic facilities..

246

Title IV-General provisions.-

250

Howard University---

634
Immigration and Nationality Act, the----

416
Impact aid (Public Law 874 and Public Law 815).

68, 89
Instructional media for handicapped children.

494
International Education Act of 1966.--

389
Title I-Grant programs for advanced and undergraduate interna-
national studies.---

389
Title II-Amendments to other laws.-

393
Title III-Study by the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare. 394

Land-grant colleges --

275

Library Services and Construction Act, The.

377

Title 1-Public library services.-

377

Title II-Public library construction.-

380

Title III–Interlibrary cooperation.--

381

Title IV-Specialized State library services.

383

Title V-General.--

38

Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962.

432

Title 1-Manpower requirements, development, and utilization--- 432

Title II–Training and skill development programs.

437

Title III-Miscellaneous.--

449

Title IV-Seasonal unemployment in the construction industry-

453

Title V-Supplementary State programs.--

454

Mental Retardation Facilities and Community Mental Health Centers Con-

struction Act of 1963.-----

491

Title III–Training of teachers of mentally retarded and other handi-

capped children.--

491

Title V-Training of physical educators and recreation personnel for

mentally retarded and other handicapped children.

493

Migration and Refugee Assistance Act of 1962.

415

Model secondary school for the deaf..

500

Morrill Act, First-

Morrill Act, Second..

278

Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961.

406

National Advisory Committee on Education --

6

National Defense Education Act of 1958.

600

Title 1-General provisions---

109, 258, 602

Title II—Loans to students in institutions of higher education ---- 261, 605

Title III—Financial assistance for strengthening instruction in sci-

ence, mathematics, modern foreign languages, and other critical

subjects

113, 612

Title IV- National defense fellowships----

269, 618

Title V-Guidance, counseling, and testing; identification and encour-

agement of able students -

119, 293, 620

Title VI-Language development.----

271, 393, 623

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