Federal Aid to Education

November 1942
New Republic;11/30/42, Vol. 107 Issue 22, p701
Argues that the United States Congress should pass the pending bill to provide federal aid to education as soon as possible, whether or not President Franklin Roosevelt's active support of the bill is obtained. Argument that federal aid to education in the poorer states should be one of the first planks in any platform for the post-war development of the nation; Apportionment of funds on the basis of the number of children and the total net income of the individual states.


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