Chapter 2 Effects Scrutinized in Report

September 1985
Education Week;9/11/1985, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p3
The article reports that large urban districts and high-cost students have lost funding under the program, while smaller states and districts and private-school pupils have gained, based from the Chapter 2 block grants program findings in the U.S. The analysis was written by Anne Henderson, an associate with the National Committee for Citizens in Education. Chapter 2 consolidated some 30 categorical programs, including federal desegregation aid.


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