Senate Committee Asked To Increase Education Budget

March 1984
Education Week;3/7/1984, Vol. 3 Issue 24, p2
The article reports on the proposed increase of education budget by the administration of U.S. President Ronald Reagan in 1985 in the U.S. During the first hearing held by the Senate Budget Committee, the U.S. Secretary of Education Terrel H. Bell has stated the importance for the administration's plan the increase of budget for education. Senator Lawton Chiles has also affirmed on the plan since the states have been force to raise taxes to pay off the cuts in federal education programs.


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