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SENATE

S Res 410--Title I grants. A resolution encouraging the Secretary of Education to use the 1980 census data in determining the amount of grants under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. By Senator Tsongas (D-Mass).

SUBJ:
Hearings

Education Week
Volume 1, Issue 39, June 23, 1982, p 9

Copyright 1982, Editorial Projects in Education, Inc.

Hearings

The following Congressional hearings of interest to those in the field of elementary and secondary education have been scheduled for June and July. Because times, places, and witnesses frequently change with little advance notice, it is advisable to check with the committees by telephone on or near the appointed dates.

SENATE

Vocational education. July 1. Hearing on the Vocational and Adult Education Consolidation Bill (S 2325), which will authorize funds for vocational- and adult-education programs. Contact: Senate Subcommittee on Education, Arts, and Humanities (202) 224-2962.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Vocational education. June 23. Hearing on research and program improvement of vocational-education programs that are funded by the federal government. Contact: House Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education (202) 225-4368.

Vol. 01, Issue 39

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