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Senate Committee on Education - 66th R.S. (1979)

Committee Members
Oscar Mauzy, Chair
W.N. 'Bill' Patman, Vice Chair
Ike Harris
Grant Jones
Bill Meier
Jack Ogg
H. Tati Santiesteban
W.E. 'Pete' Snelson
Carlos F. Truan
R.L. 'Bob' Vale
Lindon Williams
Charges
• Make a comprehensive study of the total needs for continuing and adult education in Texas over the decade 1980-1989.
• Determine the role that institutions of higher education play in providing continuing education to the citizens of Texas and determine the needs of the general adult population. Make recommendations for improving adult education.
• Study and determine what should be done to achieve coordination and cooperation across state and agency lines in order that all migrant children may receive a comprehensive education.

Note:
Committee member information from Interim Committees from the 62d-66th Legislatures , L1800.1 In8 1971-79.
Charged by SR 631 and SR 196.

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