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Department of Education Organization Act

Department of Education Organization Act

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93
STAT.
668
PUBLIC
LAW
PublicLaw
96-88
96th
Congress
Oct.
17,
19?9
ls.
2101
Departmentof
EducationOrganization
Act.
20
usc
3401
note.
96-88-OCT.
17,
1979
AnAct
ToestablishaDepartmentofEducation,andforotherpurposes.
Be
it
enacted'
bythe
Sgnøie
ønd
House
,of
Representatiues
of
the
tlilted
States
of
Americain
Congress
assetnorca'
SHORT
TITLE;TABLE
OX'CONTENTS
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1.
ThisAct
may
be
cited
as
the"Department
of
Education
organization
Act"'
TABLE
oF
.'NTE*,S
Sec.
1. Short
title;
table
ofcontents'
TITLEI_GENERAL
PROVISIONS
Sec.101,Findings.
8:::
183:
FËå8l;iÌi*"
Rerationships.Sec.104.
Definitions.
TITLEII_ESTABLISHMENT
OF
THEDEPARTMEI{T
Sec.201.
Establishme4t.
ffi,äü,ääifililriÏf"FgtrrndgecondaryE,ucation
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of
Geneial
Counsel'.
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TITLEIII-TRANSFERS
OFAGENCIES
ANDFUNCTIONS
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IÞpartment
of
{gstiçe'sec.
306.
Transfersrroln-iüã
ffiñäiäiËiñ
ðiÍiõrisine
and
urban
Development.Sec.
80?'EffectoftranslêrÊ'
TITLEIV_ADMINISTRATIVE
PROVISIONS
P¡nr
A-PPnsorslPr
Pnov¡g¡o¡rg
Sec.401.Officersand
emplo-yeee'
H:i83:FäLif'åiååitilàf;1's'"n'uaümtarÍons'
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GeneralauthoritY'
 
PUBLIC
LAW96-88-OCT.
t7,
t979
Sec. 412. Deleeation.Sec. 413.ReorËanization.Sec. 414.
Ruleõ.
415.
Contract¡.
416.Regional
and field
oÍlìces.
4l?.
Acquisitionand
maintenance
ofproperty.
418,
Facilities
at
remote locations.419.Use of
facilities.
420.
Copyrightsand
patents.421.
Gifts
and
bequests.
422.
Technical
advice.423.
lVorking
capitalfund.
424. Funds
transfer.
425. Sealof
department.
426.
Annual
report,
42?,
Relationship
to
General Education
Provisions
Act.
428,
Authorization
of
appropriations.
TIÎLE
V_TRANSIIIONAL,
SAVINGS, AND CONFORMING
PROVISIONSSec. 501,
Transfer
and
allocatÍon ofappropriations
andpersonnel.Sec.502,
Effect
onpersonnel,Sec, 503. Agency
terminations,
Sec, 504,
Incidental transfers.
Sec. 505. Savingsprovisions,Sec. 506.
Separability.
Sec. 50?.
Reference.
Sec. 508. Amendments.Sec.509. Redesignation.
!ec.
510.Qoordination
of
programs
affecting
handicapped
individuals.
Sec. 511,
Transition.
TITLE VI_EFFECTIVE
DATE AND
INTERIM
APPOINTMENTS
Sec. 601.
Effective
date.Sec. 602.
Interim
appointments.
TITLE
I_GENERAL
PROVISIONS
r¡NDINGS
Ssc.
l0l.TheCongressfïndsthat-
20
usc
3401.
(1)
education is
fundamental
to
the
development of
individual
citizens
and
the
progressof
the
Nation;
(2)
thereis a continuing
need
to
ensure
equal
access
for
all
Americans
to
educational opportunities
of a
hiCh
quality,
andsuch
educational opportunities should not
be
denied
because
of
race,creed,
color,
nationalorigin,
or sex;
(3)
parents
have
the
primary
responsibility
for the education
of
their
children, and
States,
Iocalilies,
and-
privateinstitutions
have
theprimary
responsibility
for
supporting
that
parental
role;
(4)
in
ourFederal
system,
theprimary
public
responsibility
for
education
is
reserved respectivèly
to
tlie
States
and the
local
schoolsystemsand
other
instrumentalities
of
the
States;
(5)
the
American
people
benefit from
a
diversity
of
educational
Êettings,
including
public
and
private
schools,
libraries,
museums
and
otherinstitutions, the
workplace,
the
community,and
the
home;
(6)
the
importance of
education
is increasing
an
new
technol-ogies
and alternative
approaches
to
traditional
education are
considered, ar¡
society
becomes
more
complex,
and
as
equal
opportunities in
education
and
employment
are
promoted;
(7)
there isa
need
for
improvement
in
the
managementand
coordination
of
Federaleducationprogtams
to
supportmore93
STAT.
669
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thertion
Sec.Sec.Sec.
Sec.
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