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 Decade: 1980-1989
 Collection: Congressional Research Service Reports
Prayer and Religion in the Public Schools: What Is, and Is Not, Permitted

Prayer and Religion in the Public Schools: What Is, and Is Not, Permitted

Date: September 4, 1980
Creator: Ackerman, David M
Description: None
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Metropolitan School Desegregation

Metropolitan School Desegregation

Date: December 15, 1980
Creator: Jordan, K. Forbis & Dale, Charles V
Description: None
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Busing for School Desegregation: The Debate on Selected Issues

Busing for School Desegregation: The Debate on Selected Issues

Date: April 30, 1981
Creator: Stedman, James B
Description: This paper explores selected questions involving the busing of elementary and secondary school students for desegregation. On each of the selected questions a general analysis of the issue involved is presented, followed by two subsections entitled A Critic's Position and An Advocate's Position. In these subsections, an attempt is made to show how a critic of busing for desegregation and an advocate of such busing might fashion arguments on this issue in opposition to, or in support of, busing.
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School Prayer

School Prayer

Date: June 1, 1982
Creator: Congressional Reference Division
Description: None
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Legal Analysis of President Reagan's Proposed Constitutional Amendment on School Prayer

Legal Analysis of President Reagan's Proposed Constitutional Amendment on School Prayer

Date: June 2, 1982
Creator: Ackerman, David M
Description: None
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Busing for School Desegregation

Busing for School Desegregation

Date: July 8, 1982
Creator: Stedman, James B
Description: The mandatory transportation of school children to desegregate public elementary and secondary schools is an issue of deep contention throughout our society. The House of Representatives has approved language for the Department of Justice FY82 authorization bill (H.R. 3462) restricting the Department's involvement in actions requiring school busing. On Mar. 2, 1962, t h e Senate approved the version of the Department of Justice F Y 8 2 authorization Bill (S. 951) with language restricting the Justice Department's involvement in busing actions as well as imposing limits on the busing plans Federal courts can impose. S. 551 was then sent to the House for consideration. Hearings on S. 951 before a house Judiciary subcommittee began on June 1'7, 1982.
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Tuition Tax Credits

Tuition Tax Credits

Date: July 19, 1982
Creator: Lyke, Robert F
Description: None
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Sex Discrimination in Education: Title IX

Sex Discrimination in Education: Title IX

Date: May 10, 1983
Creator: Congressional Reference Division
Description: None
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Merit Pay for Elementary and Secondary School Teachers: Background Discussion and Analysis of Issues

Merit Pay for Elementary and Secondary School Teachers: Background Discussion and Analysis of Issues

Date: September 14, 1983
Creator: Jordan, K. Forbis & Borkow, Nancy B
Description: None
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Article Packet: Background Information on Seatbelts in School Buses

Article Packet: Background Information on Seatbelts in School Buses

Date: October 17, 1983
Creator: Congressional Reference Division
Description: This notice from the Department of Transportation, denies a petition for rule-making filed by Physicians for Automotive Safety (PAS), asking this agency to mandate the installation of seat belts on all school buses. NHTSA believes that the currently mandated occupant protections in school buses provide an adequate level of safety protection, and that seat belts would not raise the level of protection for the occupants unless States and local jurisdictions were willing to take steps to ensure that the seat belts were actually used.
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