Higher Education: Resources and Finance

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seeking it. These disagreements help explain the poor case made for financial aid by representatives of the colleges before Congress in 1958 and probably help explain the absence of a Federal scholarship program even as late as 1961. A widespread view that scholarship resources are used at less than maximum effectiveness also contributed to the less than enthusiastic support of a Federal scholarship program. The loan program in the National Defense Education Act had a great appeal to the administration, though I suspect for the wrong reason--namely, that it involved a relatively small strain on the budget. In 1961 and 1962 President Kennedy urged a scholarship program, with a payment to the IHL which accepts the scholarship holder.


FOOTNOTES
1
Hearings on Scholarship and Loan Programs, House Committee on Education and Labor, 1958, pp. 698-699.
5
HEW, Costs of Attending Colleges, Bulletin 9, 1957, pp. 48, 55.
6
R. G. Moon Jr., "Aid Programs--from Application to Award," College Board Review, Winter, 1957, p. 17.
7
L. G. Conger Jr., "What a College Education Costs in New York State," College and University Business, November, 1952, p. 49; also see Lansing, Lorimer, and Moriguchi, How People Pay for College, 1960, p. 19.
8
Higher Education, January, 1957, pp. 92-93, and January, 1959, pp. 83-84.
9
Hearings on Scholarship and Loan Programs, op. cit., pp. 308-311.
11
For the discussion above see especially J. D. Russell, The Finance of Higher Education, 1954, especially chap. 10; The Report of the Commission on Financing Higher Education: Nature and Needs of Higher Education, 1952, p. 158et seq.; HEW, R. F. Howes (ed.), Federal Funds for Education, 1954-55 and 1055-56, 1956; American Council on Education, Higher Education and the Society It Serves, pp. 95-100; E. West, Background for a National Scholarship Policy, p. 60; Hearings on Scholarship and Loan Programs, op. cit., pp. 308, 310, 396, 430-431, 530-531, 737, 1081-1086, 1651, 1666, and 2071-2074. Also see L. A. Kimpton, "Industry Looks at Private Education," College and University Business, July, 1955, pp. 19, 20; Brown and Harbison, High Talent Manpower for Science and Industry, 1957, pp. 35-40; R. I. Thackrey, "Washington Report," College and University Business, September, 1957, pp. 35-36.

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