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Which of these correctly describes Kennedy’s education policies? Check all of the boxes that apply.
He supported federal aid for schools.

He believed in special schools for disabled students.

He supported federal aid for disabled students.

He believed schools should remain segregated.
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The correct answers are A) he supported federal aid for schools and C) he supported federal aid for disabled students.

The statements that describe Kennedy's education policies are he supported federal aid for schools and C) he supported federal aid for disabled students.

President John F. Kennedy always believed that education was of the utmost importance for America. He had a famous quote on education that said: "Liberty without learning is always in peril; learning without liberty is always in vain." President Kenedy supported federal aid for schools and federal aid for disabled students. He promoted the Council of Great City Schools, vocational training for at-risk students, and the Mental Disabled Paning Act.

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