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Per Cecilia provo ancora sentimenti. Hugh Carey – 1977 NFTA Report. 104th Division as the Regimental S-3, operations officer. Carey was with the 104th Division throughout its 10-month campaign in the European Theater of Operations, which included the fighting in Northern France, Holland and Germany.
His awards include the Combat Infantryman’s Award, the Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Clusters, and the Croix de Guerre with Silver Star. Carey left the service after the war with the rank of Colonel. The sub-committee held hearings in Washington and New York City and Carey introduced HR 14. The “Carey Bill” provided, for the first time, a program of grants to the states for “initiating, expanding or improving education for children with disabilities. It also included other titles mirroring the structure of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, PL 89-10, which Carey had assisted Powell in passing as part of the Lyndon Baines Johnson initiative. Three parts of the Bill were picked up by the Senate: the grants to states, a new Bureau of Education for the Handicapped in the U.
Office of Education and a National Advisory Committee. Carey’s friend and mentor, John Fogerty of Rhode Island, the powerful Chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee which provided funding for all Health, Education and Welfare programs, backed his legislation. The bill became Title VI of the ESEA, as Public Law 89-750, in 1966. In 1965, he and Fogerty had sponsored The National Technical Institute for the Deaf, which was awarded to the Rochester Institute of Technology.