April 1960
Congressional Digest;Apr60, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p102
Focuses on the National Defense Education Act, which provides Federal assistance in the establishment, at institutions of higher education, of student loan funds for making low interest loans to students to pursue their education at such institutions in the U.S. as of April 1, 1960. Conditions that must be fulfilled for the establishment of a student loan fund to which the Federal Government would contribute; Terms of loan from a student loan fund established under the act; Criteria students need to fulfill to be eligible for the loan.


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