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ERIC Number: ED042867
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Sep-24
Pages: 10
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The New Look of Federal Aid to Education.
Bell, Terrel H.
Federal aid to education in 1970 has increased to four billion dollars and as a result, the number and size of programs has increased , too. More than a rise in expenditure, however, is needed. The most economical way of providing a good education for all must be found. The Federal government looks to individual states and communities for leadership in deciding and implementing school programs. But it also conducts research on education engineering, experiments with performance contracts, develops better methods of dissemination of educational information, and implements developments in instructional technology, such as television and computer assisted programs. (JW)
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Note: Speech given before the Annual Convention of the Michigan Association of School Boards, Grand Rapids, Mich., September 24, 1970