More Money than Requested

May 1960
Education Digest;May1960, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p53
The article reports that John E. Fogarty, a Democrat from Rhode Island, has been having difficulty convincing Republican-dominated federal educators that they should ask for additional funds than the White House and the Bureau of Budget allows them. U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower wants to reduce the funds allotted to the 4,000 school districts. For 1961, Eisenhower and his budget officers decided to reduce payments for maintenance and operation and the grants for school construction.


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