Departments of Labor and Health, Education, and Welfare Appropriations for 1976: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, First Session, 1. daļa

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361. lappuse - State agency which is directly responsible for providing free public education for handicapped children (including mentally retarded, hard of hearing, deaf, speech impaired, visually handicapped, seriously emotionally disturbed, crippled, or other health impaired children who by reason thereof require special education...
429. lappuse - SCHOOL LIBRARY RESOURCES, TEXTBOOKS AND OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 1 2 APPROPRIATIONS AUTHORIZED SEC. 201. (a) The Commissioner shall carry out a program for making grants for the acquisition of school library resources, textbooks, and other printed and published instructional materials for the use of children and teachers in public and private elementary and secondary schools.
407. lappuse - April 13, 1970, consolidated all legislation relating to education of handicapped children in Title VI. The Bureau of Education for the Handicapped in the Office of Education administers Title VI, which is now referred to as "The Education of the Handicapped Act.
243. lappuse - ... to assist in making comprehensive voluntary family planning services readily available to all persons desiring such services...
479. lappuse - Efficient community services which provide social assistance in a coordinated manner and which are readily available when needed. (9) Immediate benefit from proven research knowledge which can sustain and improve health and happiness. (10) Freedom, independence, and the free exercise of individual initiative in planning and managing their own lives.
197. lappuse - Work Incentive program, authorized under Title IV of the Social Security Act, is a State-administered program designed to encourage and assist recipients of Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) to achieve self-support through a program of training, work experience, employment, child care, and other supportive services, the 1971 Amendments to the Social Security Act authorized child care and other supportive services to be provided to all WIN registrants who need such care and...
403. lappuse - Schools for the mentally retarded are eligible to acquire surplus real and personal property. In the case of personal property, such a school must be operated primarily to provide specialized instruction to students of limited mental capacity. It must be tax-supported or non-profit and exempt from taxation under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954. It must operate on a full-time basis with a staff of qualified instructors for the equivalent of a minimum school year prescribed...
401. lappuse - Health insurance benefits under the social security law are available to any individual, including a mentally retarded individual who is 65 or over and who meets certain necessary conditions. Therefore a mentally retarded individual 65 years of age who has contracted an illness or suffered an injury is, like any other person in this age group, protected under the health insurance program. However, the health insurance for the aged program specifically prohibits reimbursement under the law for expenses...
359. lappuse - Construction Act of 1970, which supplants in part and expands the old mental retardation law of 1963 to allow for grants to States for planning, construction, administration, and services for the mentally retarded, cerebral palsied, epileptic, and other neurologically disabled individuals.
178. lappuse - Supplementary support, however, may be obtained by applying for a loan under the National Defense Student Loan Program (Title II of the National Defense Education Act) or the Guaranteed Student Loan Program (Title IV-B of the Higher Education Act of 1965). Allocation and Award of Fellowships Fellowship candidates apply directly to the graduate schools.