Fedemi Education Funds for States Stable, Study Finds

Currence, Cindy
January 1984
Education Week;1/11/1984, Vol. 3 Issue 16, p12
The article reports that federal aid for education in the U.S. has remained stable when major shifts in the distribution of federal funds to state and local governments have occurred. According to a study by Federal Funds Information for States System, aid for education increased by 13 percent from 1982 to 1984. Education programs receiving the largest increases in aid were impact aid and handicapped- and compensatory-education programs.


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