Aid for education (81 - 89 of 89 items)
An Analysis of Concerns in Federal Education Programs: Duplication of Services and Administrative Costs
HRD-80-18: Published: Apr 30, 1980. Publicly Released: Apr 30, 1980.
Concern has been expressed that federal elementary and secondary education programs duplicate services to students and unnecessarily add to federal, state, and local administrative costs. Legislation has been proposed to reduce the number of programs through consolidation. To provide Congress insight into these problems and the possible impact of consolidating programs, the regulations, requiremen...
The Veterans Administration Education Loan Program
105933: May 16, 1978
The Veterans and Dependents Education Loan Program administered by the Veterans Administration (VA) has been growing since its beginning in 1974 and, in the first quarter of 1978, 8,800 loans totalling $11.4 million were made. However, the program has not effectively met the congressional intent of providing financial aid to needy students attending high cost institutions because VA has not restri...
Financial Difficulties and Funding at D-Q University
HRD-77-146: Published: Oct 17, 1977. Publicly Released: Oct 17, 1977.
D-Q University, located near Davis, California, was established in 1971 to provide an educational program for Native American and Chicano people. The Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) denied D-Q University's funding proposals under the developing institutions of higher education title III program for 1974 through 1976. The University had many accountability problems involving fede...
Educational Assistance for Institutionalized Neglected or Delinquent Children
103697: Oct 5, 1977
State and local insitutions are authorized to receive educational assistance under title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended. Existing funding formulas give priority to institutions that serve youths who are likely to be exposed to educational services for a relatively short period and restrict services to the time that youths are institutionalized. Fieldwork and re...
Office of Education's Basic Grant Program Can Be Improved
HRD-77-91: Published: Sep 21, 1977. Publicly Released: Sep 21, 1977.
The Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program has provided financial aid to needy students, but often it has not met its legislative goal of being the foundation of financial aid for needy students.The Office of Education has not established adequate controls to guarantee that information supplied by applicants and parents is accurate. As much as $24.3 million may have been awarded to ineligible...
The National Direct Student Loan Program Requires More Attention by the Office of Education and Participating Institutions
HRD-77-109: Published: Jun 27, 1977. Publicly Released: Jun 27, 1977.
The National Direct Student Loan (NDSL) program, one of three student financial aid programs administered by the Office of Education (OE), provides for the establishment of loan funds at postsecondary educational institutions so that they can make loans to qualified students.Several problems were noted in the administration of the program. Because OE has not provided adequate program guidance for...
Opportunity To Improve Indian Education in Schools Operated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs
B-161468: Published: Apr 27, 1972. Publicly Released: Apr 27, 1972.
No summary is currently available...
Assessment of the Teacher Corps Program at the University of Southern California and Participating Schools in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties
B-164031(1): Published: Jul 9, 1971. Publicly Released: Jul 9, 1971.
No summary is currently available...