THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1965.
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ON-MAIN STREET IN ANN ARBOR
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fourth of the school districts in
the 17 Southern and border states
were warned yesterday of a cut-off
of U.S. funds unless they file ac-
ceptable desegregation plans by the
beginning of the next school year.
The White House, reporting
that the other 75 per cent of the
schools have qualified, said no fed-
eral money for any purpose will
go to school districts this fall un-
less they submit compliance plans
satisfactory to the Office of Edu-
Press Secretary Bill Moyers said
President Lyndon B. Johnson re-
gards the report on compliance as
"heartening and indicating sub-
Measure of Progress
Johnson's statement, read to
newsmen by Moyers, added: "The
true measure of the progress, how-
ever, cannot be meaningfully
U.S. Integration Drive
gauged until the plans are imple-
mented by the school districts
when schools are opened in Sep-
Moyers said the President has
directed Secretary of Welfare
John W. Gardner to see that the
Office of Education works around
the clock to speed up the proces-
sing of desegregation plans.
He also directed Gardner to no-
tify school districts which have
not yet complied that they must
have acceptable plans in to quali-
fy for federal aid in the fall.
Of about 25,000 school districts
throughout the nation eligible for
federal funds, 24,820 have submit-
ted compliance data, Moyers stat-
Of this total, 23,890 plans have
been accepted and 930 presently
are being processed.
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2,723 of the 5,135 school districts
have submitted acceptable deseg-
Another 127 Submitted
Another 127 districts have sub-
mitted court desegregation orders
along with compliance data and
100 of these have been accepted.
Moyers said the reports show
that 80 school districts in the
Southern and border states will
have all 12 elementary and sec-
ondary grades desegregated this
fall, an additional 50 by the fall
of 1966 and 105 more by 1967.
Louisiana is the only Southern
state that has not submitted a de-
segregation plan. Nine districts in
that state have submitted court
orders for desegregation, and all
of them have been accepted.
Under regulations issued by the
Office of Education and approved
by Johnson, a school district may
qualify for federal funds:
1. When completely desegregat-
ed, by filing with the commissioner
of education an assurance of com-
2. When under a final federal
court order, by filing with the
commissioner the court order to-
gether with a compliance report.
3. By submitting an acceptable
plan for the desegregation of a
Universities across the country
also face a cut in federal funds if
it can be proven that they al-
low a discriminatory fraternity
and sorority system to exist on
Commissioner of Education Fran-
cis Keppel announced earlier this
summer that possible cuts are in
the offing. His remarks grew out
of the controversy over alleged
discriminatory practices by the
Stanford chapter of Sigma Chi.
According to Keppel, the gov-
ernment has a right to withhold
funds under the provisions of the
1964 Civil Rights Act and a code
of the Department of Health, Ed-
ucation and Welfare.
Federal School Money--
How the States Will Share It
Benefits Shown in Accompanying Table
SA NW eatures
TO ALL OF YOU NEWV
in the two
Alabama $ 216,958,000 $
Missouri , 359,000,000
Allotments for Year
Starting July 1, 1965
New Hampshire 51,588,000
New Jersey. 706,100,000
New Mexico 119,006,000
New York 2,267,000;000'
North Carolina 353,377,000
North Dakota 58,700,000.
Rhode Island 70,000,000
South Carolina 167,366,000
South Dakota 69,199,000
West Virginia 134,000,000
District of Columbia 63,580,000
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