Supplemental Bill Includes Call for Impact-Aid Study, Bilingual Funds

R. R. W.
June 1989
Education Week;6/7/1989, Vol. 8 Issue 37, p16
The article reports on the provisions of the three billion dollars supplemental-appropriations bill drafted by the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee. The bill instructs the Department of Education to spend five million dollars for a bilingual-education fellowship program and allocates 892 million dollars for the Stafford student-loan program. Also, the bill orders the department to report the possible effects of the closing of 90 military bases on surrounding school districts.


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