ADVANTAGES

The most important educational component of the Great Society was the of 1965, designed by Commissioner of Education . It ended a long-standing political taboo by providing significant federal aid to public education, initially allotting more than $1 billion to help schools purchase materials and start special education programs to schools with a high concentration of low-income children. The Act established , which had originally been started by the Office of Economic Opportunity as an eight-week summer program, as a permanent program.

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