Prior to the end of World War II, the federal government had little involvement in educational matters. Since then it has become a principal benefactor of higher education and has provided substantial financial assistance to public elementary and secondary schools. In addition, the federal government has funded various programs for preschool education, for adult education, for the training of physically or mentally disabled persons, for student loans, for veterans' benefits and for numerous other educational programs. Thus education, once a matter for private control and support and for local and state government regulation has now become a matter of significant concern to the federal government.
Education | Taxation-State and Local | Tax Law
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Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly
University of California
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