Belt Criticizes Proposed Aid Cuts

April 1985
Education Week;4/24/1985, Vol. 4 Issue 31, p2
The article reports on the criticism of Terrell H. Bell, secretary of the U.S. Department of Education, on the proposed cuts in aid to college students in the U.S. According to Bell, the proposals would result to the transfer of students from private to public institutions. He added that it would bar the aid to families with incomes over 60,000 dollars and limit the college costs to 8,000 dollars. Budget Director David A. Stockman made the proposal.


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