Landmark Congressional Laws on Education

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Index
All boldface page numbers refer to the annotation of each law entry.
A Nation at Risk, 9, 199, 207–208
Advisory Committee on Education, 69
Alexander, Lamar, 207, 210
America 2000, 205, 208, 210
American Council on Education, 80
American Federation of Teachers, 187, 197
American Institute of Research, 166
American Legion, 79, 81
American Library Association, 148
Association for Children with Learning Disabilities, 184
Association of Research Libraries, 148
Bartlett, Dewey, 175
Bayh, Birch, 173–174
Bell, Terrel, 166, 199, 208
Bennett, William, 166–167, 199, 208
Bentsen, Lloyd, 170 n.2
Berkner, Lloyd, 112
Bilingual Education Act (1968), 9, 123, 201; introduction to, 161–162; background of, 162–164; impact of, 164168; annotation of the law, 168–169
Blair, Henry, 5, 56
Brademas, John, 173
Brown v. Board of Education, 9, 102, 114
Buchanan, James, 27, 34, 55
Burnside, Ambrose, 5
Bush, George, 10, 127, 129, 199–200, 205, 208, 210
Bush, George W., 10, 101, 146 n.19, 194, 201
Califano, Joseph, 195–196
Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Act, 69
Carter, Jimmy, 129, 166, 193, 195–196, 198–199
Child Nutrition Act, 91
Children's Defense Fund, 196–197
Civil Rights Act of 1964, 129, 137, 165, 171, 173–174
Civil Rights Restoration Act, 176
Clinton, Bill, 4, 10, 130, 199, 205, 207210
Cold War, 8, 109
Coleman Report, 129, 141
Commission for National Aid to Vocational Education, 66
Community Action Programs, 123–124, 126–127, 148
Conant, James, 80–82
Contract with America, 200
Cooke, Robert, 126
Council for Exceptional Children, 184
Cutler, Manasseh, 21–22

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Series Foreword vii
  • Timeline of Milestones in U.S.Education xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The Land Ordinance of 1785 13
  • 2: The Northwest Ordinance 19
  • 3: The First Morrill Act 27
  • 4: The Freedmen's Bureau 41
  • 5: The Second Morrill Act 53
  • 6: The Smith-Hughes Act 63
  • 7: The Servicemen's Readjustment Act 77
  • 8: The National School Lunch Act 87
  • 9: The Impact Laws 97
  • 10: The National Defense Education Act 109
  • 11: The Economic Opportunity Act 123
  • 12: The Elementary and Secondary Education Act 135
  • 13: The Higher Education Act 147
  • 14: The Bilingual Education Act 161
  • 15: Title IX 171
  • 16: Education for All Handicapped Children Act 181
  • 17: Department of Education Organization Act 193
  • 18: Goals 2000: Educate America Act 205
  • Bibliography 217
  • Index 223
  • About the Author 229
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