Education: Desegregation Notes

∙ Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Abraham Ribicoff decided last week to cut the aid in 1963 that the U.S.

now gives to segregated schools serving children whose parents live and work on federal property. These children will no longer be required to attend such "unsuitable" schools at federal expense. His goal: the first integration in Alabama, Mississippi and South Carolina, where some 8,900 children may be affected.

∙ The Justice Department moved up for "active consideration" a test lawsuit to desegregate schools now receiving federal aid because their enrollments have been "impacted," i.e., increased by the addition of a substantial number...

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