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SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
UNITED STATES SENATE
S. 8, S. 580, S. Res. 10, and others BILLS TO IMPROVE EDUCATIONAL QUALITY AND OPPORTUNITY
JUNE 25 AND 27, 1963
Printed for the use of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE
LISTER HILL, Alabama, Chairman PAT MCNAMARA, Michigan
BARRY GOLDWATER, Arizona WAYNE MORSE, Oregon
JACOB K. JAVITS, New York RALPH YARBOROUGH, Texas
WINSTON L. PROUTY, Vermont JOSEPH S. CLARK, Pennsylvania
JOHN G. TOWER, Texas
STEWART E. MCCLURE, Chief Clerk
John S. FORSYTHE, General Counsel
SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION
WAYNE MORSE, Oregon, Chairman LISTER HILL, Alabama
WINSTON L PROUTY, Vertoat PAT MCNAMARA, Michigan
BARRY GOLDWATER, Artsota RALPH YARBOROUGH, Texas
JACOB K. JAVITS, New York JOSEPH S. CLARK, Pennsylvania JENNINGS RANDOLPH, West Virginia
CHARLES LEE, Professional Staj Member
RAYMOND D. HURLEY, Minority Associate Counsel
CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF WITNESSES
JUNE 25, 1963 Keppel , Francis
, Commissioner of Education, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; accompanied by Dr. Peter Muir head, Assistant Page Commissioner..
2479 JUNE 27 1963 Rickover, Vice Adm. Hyman G., Assistant Chief of Bureau for Nuclear Propulsion, Bureau of Ships, U.S. Navy
2549 Sammartino, Dr. Peter, president, Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey.
2938 sa Mumford, L. Quincy, Librarian of Congress
2948 STATEMENTS American Ethical Union, prepared statement.
3461 Burkhardt, Frederick, president, American Council of Learned Societies, New York, N.Y., prepared statement...
2955 Chamber of Commerce of the United States prepared statement
3008 Ernst, Myron, superintendent, Bellevue School District, Bellevue, Wash., prepared statement.
4269 Hageness, T. Olaf., superintendent, Clover Park School District No. 400, Pierce County, Wash., prepared statement
4257 Heerlein, Otto, National chairman, National Council Steuben Society of America, New York, N.Y., prepared statement...
3002 High school students for better education, prepared statement.
2928 General Federation of Women's Club, prepared statement.
, W. B., superintendent, Oak Harbor School District 201, Oak Harbor, Wash., prepared statement...
4270 lovestment Bankers Association of America, prepared statement..
3868 Jensen, Carl, superintendent of schools, King County, Wash., prepared statement..
4255 Johnson, John E., Kent, Ohio, prepared statement
3787 Joint Commission on Professional Preparation on Federal Legislation for Education, prepared statement....
, Francis, Commissioner of Education, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; accompanied by: Dr. Peter Muir head, Assistant Commissioner.
2479 Prepared statement..
2348 Langton, Richard C., superintendent, Cheney School District No. 360, Spokane, Wash., prepared statement...
4254 Lindemuth, Robert G., coordinator of Federal projects, State of Washington, prepared statement.----
4259 Lynn, John C., legislative director, American Farm Bureau Federation, prepared statement.
3004, 4399 Subsequent statement
4264 Mosher, George F., chairman, Council of Private Lending Institutions, private statement...
3356 McGuire, Carson, and William G. Wolfe, University of Texas, joint prepared statement...
3819 Mumford, L. Quincy, Librarian of Congress
2948 National Association of Manufacturers, prepared statement..
2998 National Council of Jewish Women, Inc., executive council, prepared statement...
4011 National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., prepared state
Nelson, Edwin L., superintendent, Franklin Pierce School District No. Pute 402, Pierce County, Wash., prepared statement...
6% Rickover, Vice Adm. Hyman G., Assistant Chief of Bureau for Nuclear
Propulsion, Bureau of Ships, l'.s. Navy.. Sammartino, Dr. Peter, president, Fairleigh Dickinson l'niversity Samuel, Helen E., executive secretary, District of Columbia Education
Association, prepared statement.. Squire, James R., executive secretary, National Council of Teachers of
English, prepared statement. Tacoma School District No. 10, Tacoma, Wash., prepared statement WDSU-TV and WDSL radio, New Orleans, La., statement of editorial policy
46 Wisconsin Council of Citizens for Educational Freedom, prepared state
immediate past president of the American Association of Library
“Aid for Federally Impacted Areas," by J. H. Rice, assistant superin.
4249 4*** “Distribution of Wealth in Higher Education," study made for the
National Merit Corp., by Alexander W. Astin and John L. Holland.
by P. R. Syndal, superintendent..
ment," a working paper, by Carson McGuire, University of
ington Post, April 25, 1963
tional implications of automation, by George E. Árnstein, assistant
ment of Health, Education, and Welfare
31 Exhibit IV.-"Title II: Loans to Students in Institutions of Higher
Education," from the "Report of the National Defense Education Act,
S. Norman Feingold.
3363 Exhibit VIII. --Title IV: National Defense Fellowships." from the
1963 "Report From the National Defense Education Act, 1961-62";. Exhibit IX- Vleeting manpower needs in science and technology, from
a report of the President's Science Advisory Committee Exhibit X.--"The First Ph. Di's I'nder Title IV," by Gustave Arlt Exhibit XI.--''Title X (section 1001(d)': Survey of Federal Programs in
Higher Education,” from the 1963 "Report of the National Defense
Education Act, 1961-62".
34 Exhibit XIII.- Sixth Annual Religious Liberty Conference; study papers