Educators Support Federal Assistance to Schools

May 1961
Art Education;May61, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p26
Academic Journal
This article focuses on the importance of federal assistance to schools in the U.S., which was discussed by William G. Carr, executive secretary of the National Education Association (NEA), before the U.S. House education subcommittee. Carr emphasized that federal assistance to schools will help strengthen the nation's economy. He testified that NEA supports the $2.3 billion program of grants to the states for teacher salaries and school construction which was proposed by U.S. President John F. Kennedy.


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