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App~t ~: ~fitufi~ns of higher educa~n, ~mbination of institutions of higher eduction, publie ~fl private agen~ ~d org~imdons, a~ in exceptional ~s~, ~eondary seh~h apply. B,tzff~ ~#bfli~: ~w-ineome infinities ~d ~tenfi~ f~st generation college smden~ who have a need for academi~ suppom in order m suee~lly pursue a prog~ of postsecond~ ednadon, Two-thirds of the p~cipan~ must be low-~eome indi~duals who are also put,tiM first generation college student.

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Named Organization
Administration on Aging (AoA)
Air Force
Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration
Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (Access Board)
Archives (National Archives and Records Administration)
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)
Bureau of the Census
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
*Department of Education (use United States Department of Health, Education & We
*Department of Health and Human Services
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Education Department (ED)
Elementary and Secondary Education
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Federal Register (publication)
Federal Student Aid
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Governors State University
Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
*Health and Human Services (HHS) (use United States Department of Health and Hum (US)
Health Resources and Services Administration
Indian Health Service
Institute of Peace
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Library of Congress
National Advisory Council
National Archives
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
National Council on Disability
National Institutes of Health
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
National Science Foundation
Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
Postsecondary Education
Preventive Medicine (periodical)
Rehabilitation Services Administration (Education Department)
Science Office (Energy Department)
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
SED
Social Security Administration
Social Security Administration (SSA)
STAT (Stop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco)
Stop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco - anti tobacco group started by Joe Tye.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Switzer (developed process for reconstituting tobacco)
TAN (Tobacco Action Network)
Organization created by the tobacco industry to galvanize "grass roots" political action from among those who work in some capacity for the tobacco industry: growers, manufacturers, retailers of cigarettes, etc.
Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Deals with compliance with Synar in Texas)
Has information related to the State of Texas' plan and compliance with the Synar Amendment
University of Hawaii
University of Maryland
Vocational and Adult Education
Named Person
Babson, Sarah
Baggett, Beth
Benson, William
Boehle, Stephen J.
Bon, John
Bonas, John E.
Bonner, Daniel F.
Briggs, Ethel D.
Brockhouse, Steve
Carter, William J.
Chesley, Ellen
Cisneros, Cindy
Cohen, Carol O.
Conaty, Joseph
Conforti, Donna
Decarolis, Gary
Duncker, Alfred P.
Fagan, Tom
Fischer, Donald
Form, Ed
Galvin, Michael J.
Hayes, Kathy
Heath, Al
Hjelm, Howard F.
Hudak, Stephen
Hunter, Dawn
Hurry, Valerie
Jackson, Yvonne
Johann, Sylvia
Johnson, Karen
Jordan, Jane L.
July, May
Kahl, Anne
Karp, Naomi
King, Luther
Lain, Mable
Lam, Mable
Lank, John
Lee, Carolyn S.
Letendre, Jean
Lewis, Roberta
Logel, Harry
Manderscheid, Ronald
Mckinney, Stewart B.
Miller, Liz
Mineo, David L.
Mitchell, Clifton
Moun, Ute
Mozer, Catherine
Nora, Audrey
Parker, Jim
Paul, John
Perkins, Carl D.
Perry, Sandra
Pho, Ed
Price, Kathy
Pro, Ed
Pro, Grant
Pro, Loan
Prose, Ed
Rice, Lou Ellen
Roa, Clifton
Schol, Truman
Schools, Star
Sea, Heath
Sellers, Fred H.
Servi, Al
Servi, Heath
Servi, Liana
Shepherd, Julia R.
Sol, Fred
Straw, Roger
Suk, William
Sweet, Anne P.
Teal, Prince O., Jr.
Topi, Grant
Tri, Ute
Truman, Harry S.
Truman, President Harry S. (U.S. President)
Velez, Argelia
Walker, Eden L.
Ward, Michael
West, Joseph W.
West, Sara
Willi, Dorothy G.
Williams, Jeanne
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TI57690617-2165

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~y a~ml~Ie to ~v~g~ )c~ F~ may ~ '~ to ~up~ a r~en~ ~mer pro~ and a~e y~ pr~ ~, ~d to pay ~i~ ~ stud~% not to ~d ~9 a mon~ d~g the a~e y~ ~n3 $~ a mcnth d~ng ~ v~m=r. A ~t~ may net u~ ~: Frej~ct ~ pa~ ~f i~ re~i~t ~r~ App~t ~: ~fitufi~ns of higher educa~n, ~mbination of institutions of higher eduction, publie ~fl private agen~ ~d org~imdons, a~ in exceptional ~s~, ~eondary seh~h apply. B,tzff~ ~#bfli~: ~w-ineome infinities ~d ~tenfi~ f~st generation college smden~ who have a need for academi~ suppom in order m suee~lly pursue a prog~ of postsecond~ edna- don, Two-thirds of the p~cipan~ must be low-~eome indi~d- uals who are also put,tiM first generation college student. The rem~g participants must be eider low-income MdividuMs or potentiM ~st generation ~llege student. Required low-income criteria ~e stated in appli~tion mate~ Exeepl for veteran% who can b~ served rcg~ss of age, project p~cipants m~t be between 13 ~d 19 y~ old ~d ~ve completed thz ei#th but have not entered ~e twelfth grade (~cepfio~ allowed). ~ed~n~e~enmflan: ~s~ will be dete~ned ~ accordance with the ~ucation Depa,ment GenerM Administrative Re~la- tions ~DGAR). This progr~ is excluded from coverage ~der OMB Circular No. A-87. ~PLICA~ON AND AWARD PROS: Pr~0, Coar~tfien: This pro~ is excluded frora cowr- ag, under OMB Cim~ar No. A-102. ~is progam is excluded from cov~age under ~.O. 12372. A~om Proeeflare: Develop a proposal ~ accordance ~th re~- lation% application and timetabl~ issued by the Seereta~ of cation. No State pl~ ~ required. Reqg~ for progr~ appli~- fio~ should be m~¢ to the Di~sion of Student Se~ic~. TMs pro~ is subject to the Eduction Department General Ad~n- istrative Re~lations ~DOAR). ~M program is excluded from cov~age under OMB Circular No. A-110. Awed Procedure: Federal stuff and selected field readers evMuate n~w proposMs on ~e basis of the selection criteria specified ~ 34 CFR ~5.31 and 34 CFR ~5.32. Gr~tees will be selected on the b~is of ~tMfacto~ proposMs and avMlability of f~ds. Grants are aw~ded through the Gran~ and Contracts S~rvice Branch. D~lin~: Deadlin~ are published in the Federal K~gister. ~e of A~rov~isa~roval Time: From 90 to 180 days. A~: None. R~w~: Continuation awards for up to five years approved on an a~ual b~is; subject to th~ avMlability of funds. ~~ CONS~E~TIONS: Fom,la ~ M~te~n~ Re~emenm: ~is program has no statutory fo~ula or mate~g requirement. ~# ~ T~ Ph~ing of ~ee: Annual awar~ may be re- newed for up to five years. Renewals are subject to the av~labil- ity of appropriations. ~OST ASSI~AN~ N~m: Perfo~ee re~r~ ~e submitt~ on an ~nuM b~is. Aa~: In accordance with ~e ~aeation D~a~t Oenerfl Ad- minis~ativ, Re#afio~ (EDOAK), 34 C~ 75.702, 74.61. R~or~ In accord~ce wi~ M CFR 75330, 75.731, and 75332. ~L ~ORMA~ON: Accost Id~afian: 91~201-0-I-502. O~fio~: (G~) ~" 95 $I~,~,~ ~" 96 ~t not identifiable; ~d ~ 97 esl $2~,~,~. ~ote: ~e ~ 1996 ~t ~II be deter- mined u~n enac~ent of the 1996 appropriation for ~ grin.) ~OG~ AECO~S~: It is ~fimted that ~mos~ 45.~ stud~ ~ath/~ien~e Re~on~ ~!~: 3.720) ~'ere ~'~ in 19~5. In f~ y~ 1995, ~ ~'ar~ ~e mad~ ~ ad- difiorlal _~I ;i~ards v, ere made to Ul;~zxrd B,7.md Reg/~.nzl Ma~_h: Sciene.e Cent,s projec.'~. REGI_rfu~TIONS, GUI~ELL-NT_~..~N'D LITEP.~,'IIrRE: EDGAR and reg'a:afions 24 CFR 645. INFORMATION CoN'rACTS: Regional cr Loetl Office~ Department of Education regional cfEces. See Appendix IV in the Catalog. H~thlutrters Offie~ Division of Student Services, Edaeaticn Out- reach Branuh, Office of Pustseccnflary Educatinn, Department of Education, 600 Independence Avenue, SW., Room 5065, Federal Office Building 6, Washington, DC 20202-5249. Contact: Prince O. Teal, Jr. Telephone: (202) 708-4804. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 84.007, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants; 84.032, Federal Family Education Loans; 84.033, Federal Work-Study Program; 84.038, Federal Perkins Loan Program--Federal Capital Contributions; 84.042, TRIO-- Student Support Services; 84.044, TRIO--Talent Search; 84.063, Federal Pull Grant Program; 84.066, TRIO--Educational Oppor- tunity Centers; 84.103, Higher Education--TRIO Staff Training Program. EXAMFLES OF FLrNDED PRO,IEC~S: Grants to colleges, universi- ties and other institutions to generate skills and motivation neces- sary for low-income, potential first generation college students to be successful in postsecondary institutions. Regular Upward Bound projects provide high school students with both summer and academic year services. Veterans Upward Bound projects provide short-term services, designed to prepare eligible veterans for acceptance into a postseeondary program. Upward Bound Math and Science Regional Centers provide high school students with summer academic services for interested math and science students. CRITERIA FOR SELEC'~ING PROPOSALS: For new awards, the Secretary will select applicants to be funded under this part on the basis of the criteria set forth in 34 CFR 645.31. 84.~45 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION~BASIC GRANTS TO STATES FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DE- PARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Tech- nology Education Act, Title lI, Public Law 101-392, 20 U.S.C. 2331, 2341, and 2342, OBa~ECrlVE~: To make the United States more competitive in the world economy by developing more fully the academic and occu- pational skills of all segments of the population, principally through concentrating resources on improving educational pro- grams leading to academic and occupational skills needed to work in a technologically advanced society. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Formula Grants. USE$ AND USE RE$TRICq'IONS: Each State must allocate its basic grant in the following manner: Up to 5 percent of the allotment or $250,000, whichever is greater, for State Administration, including at least $60,000 for sex equity leadership; and the remaining bal- an~ as follows: (1) An amount equal to at least "/~ percent of the allotment to be distributed to eligible recipients; (2) an amount equal to 10.5 percent for the program for single parents, displaced homemakers, and single pregnant women, and for individuals par. ticipafing in programs to eliminate sex bias and stereotyping; O) an amount not more than 8.5 percent for State programs and State leadership; and (4) ~n amount eqt~al to one percent for programs for criminal offenders in correctional institution. Al~licamt EllgiMlit~: State Boards for Vocational Education. Eligible recipients for subgtants are local ed~eatlonal agencies a~d l:OStSec- cndary institutions. B~nefieitr~ Ellgt~iilt~. Individgals requiting vocafiomd training **'ill benefit. 6-96 763 T157691587
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Crcd~at~Is/Documentati~n; Tke ~a~'.~h=erJ ~-~ ~ $~e B~rd Occupational I~fc~att~ Cccrd~afing Ccmmi~:= is C~sLs ~ill 5= detrained i~ acccrd~z~ ~i~ OMB Circa~ No A-S7 for S~te ~d lc~ gov~.mer~t~. APP~CA~ION .~ AW~ PRO~SS: ~eapp~fioa ~r~nafioa: A three year S~te plan for V~catlon~ ~u~tion m~ be prepped with the active participation of the State Council. State pla~s are subject to public h~rings. ~is pro- gram is eligible for coverage under E.G. 12372, "lntergovemmen- M Review of Federal Programs." An applicanl should consult the o~ce or official designated as the single point of contact in his her State for more info~ation on the proc~s the State requir~ to be followed in applying for ~ssistance. if the S~te h~ selected the program for review. Appli~fion Preterite: Submission of a three year State Plau for Vo- cational Education to the Secretory of Education. ~is program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. Awed Pr~edure: The ~cre~ry of ~ucalion approves Ihe lhree year S~te plan. When funds ~come available, the Assist~t ~c- retary for Vo~tion~ and Adult ~ucation (OVAE) transmits grit award to the State board. O~dia~: Contract the program o~ce for deadlines. R~age o~ Ap~rov~isnpprov~ Time: Approaimaldy 30 to 120 days. Ap~s: A State board which is dissatisfied wi~ the fin~ action of the Secretary in disapproving a State Plan is afforded reasonable notice and oppo~unity for a hearing. Renewals: None. ASSIST~ CONSIDERATIONS: Formula and Matching Requirements: Formula. Section 101 sets forth allolment procedure. F~ds for b~ic grants are allotted to States according to a fo~ula b~ed on Stat~" populations in three age groups, and their per capita income (averaged for the three most recent consecutive fiscal years). The formula gives more weight to the 15-19 y~r old ~pulation, the youngest of the three groups. It also favors States with lower per ~pita incomes. State per capita income data dete~ine State ~lotment ratios. Generally, the allot- ment ra~o for a State is I.~ minus the product of 0.50 ~d the quotient obtained by dividing the ~r capita income for that State by lhe per capita income for all the States. The age groups are 15- 19, 20-24, and 25-65. ~ey are weighted 50 percent, 20 pereem and 15 percent respectively. A fouflh distribution, weighted 15 percent, is based on the sums of the amounts resulting from the three age group distributions. Gener~ly, each State recaiv~ an al- lotment consisting of four pans: I) An amount which bears the same ratio to 50 percenl of the sums being allotted as the product of the State's population aged 15-19 bea~ to the sum of the corre- sponding products for all the States; 2) an ~ount which bears the same ratio to 20 percent of the sums being allotted ~ the product of the State's population aged 2~24 bears the sum of the eorre- s~nding produels for ~1 the States; 3) an amount which be~s the same ratio to 15 percenl of the sums being allotted ~ the product of the State's popdation aged 25-65 bears to the sums of the cor- res~3nding pr~uc~ for all the States; and 4) an amounl which ~ars the ~me ratio to 15 percent of the su~ being alloltM as the ~o~nls allotted to the S~te in the previous three age group dis- tributions bern to the sum of the amounts allotted to all the under ~e previous three age group dism~utions. ~e Bureau of • e Cens~ supplies ~e popdation da~; the Deponent of Lair supp~ the ~r capita income dam. Mateh~g. Section 102 re- quir~ 50/50 matching for State admin~trafion. No match is re- quired for Amed~ S~o~ the Nor~em Mafiana lqands, the Virgin Islands, lhe Trnst Ternto~' of ~e Pacific lshnds, the Fed- erated S~t~ of Mierones~ or the Republie of Palau. Section 502 d~cfi~ murat{nonce ~f effo~ requkem~. l~n~ ~d Time Ph~i~g of ~sl~cc: F~nds m~I be within 27 mon~ atier their fi~t date of availability. Stat~s draw POST .%SSI~"T.~NCE REQUIREMEN'I'S: Civil Rig~,~ A~n~ ComF.'Jhnce Re~:rt Amtits: In accorda~r, ze with the Frovisizns cf OMB Carc~ar NO. A- I2L "Audi~ of S,-a~e aazl Local G:~',ernments," State a.~d go~ernmr.nts that recei'~e financial ass~-L~uze of $I00f.O3 cr more within the State's fiscal ),ear shall have an audit made for that year State and local governments that receive between and 5103/))3 within the State's f~seal year shah have an audit made in accordance with Circular No. A-128, or in accordance with Federal laws and regnlatiens governing the programs in which they particlpate. Records: See ED General Administrative Regulations, 34 CFR 76.730-734. FINANCL~.L INFOIE~,IAT1ON: Account Identification: 91-0400-2-1-501. Obligations: (Grants and contracts) FY 95 $979,000,000; FY 96 est not identifmble; and FY 97 est $0. (The FY 96 est will be deter- mined upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this program; the FY 97 est will be determined upon completion of the voca- tional education programs reauthodzation.) Range and Average of Finanel~,l A~sist~nce: $191,344 to $99,403,896; $18,030,000 (fiscal year 1994 awards). PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Grants are made to each State and territory to suppor~ vocational education programs at the sec- ondary0 postseeondary, and adult levelg. REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES, AND L/TERATURE; Rules and Regulations, Title 34 CFR 400 and 403; EDGAR Parts 74, 76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, and 85; OCR Guidelines for Vocational Education. INFORMATION CONTAC'TS: Regional or Local Office: See Appendix IV of the Catalog for a list of the addresses of Department of Education's regional offices. lteadquatters Office: Division of Vocational-Technical Education, Office of Assistant Secretary for Vocational and Adult Education, Department of Education, 600 Independence Ave., SW., Wa~hing- ton, DC 20202-7323. Contact: Winifred I, Warnat. Telephone: (202) 205-9441. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGRAMS: 17.201, Apprenticeship Training; 17.246, Employment and Training Assistance--Dislecated Workers; 17.249, Employment Services and Job Training--Pilot and Dem- onstration Programs; 17.250, Job Training Partnership Act; 23.002, Appalachian Supplements to Federal ~rant-in-Aid (Area Develop- men0: 84.002, Adult Education--State Grant Program; 84.051, National Vocational Education Research; 84.053, Vocational Edu- cation-State Councils; 84.101, V'oeational Education--Indians; 84.198, Workplace Literacy Partnership; 84.243, Tech-Prep Exlu- cation; 84.245, Tribally Controlled Poslseeondary Vocational In- stitutions; 93.561. Job Opportunities and Basle Skills Training, EXAMPLES OF I,~rNDED PROJECTS: Not applicable. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: Not applicable. 84.051 NATIONAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION RESEARCH FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, PARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUFHORIZATION: Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Tech- nology Education Act. Title IV, Part A, Public Law 101-392, 20 U.S.C. 2402-2404. OBJECTIVES: To provide support for: (1) The National Center for Research in Vocatiottal Education; (2) six curriculum coordination cemers (CCCs); and (3) svecial research projects. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants; Project Grants (Contracts). USES AND USE RESTRICI'IONS: Awards may be made only for ac- tivities designed to improve the practise of vocational education. An~ourteements for grants are made ia the Federal Register. Con- tract corn1~enti~s are a~ounced i~ the Commerce B~siness Dally. 764 6-96 TI57691588
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ELI GJA~LLITY REOLrI~EMENT$: fio~ msti~tion~ ~d agaric. ~ble appl~ for th~ Nation- ~ ~n~er for R~h in V~at~nal ~u~on ir_:Iud~ ~y ur2- ~e~ifi~ ~r a conso~m of ~i~c~i~. ~e ~t c~m~eg~i~a for • ¢ Na~ond ~r is held eve~' five y~s. ~m~ci~" ~i~bfli~u ~u~fion ~rcf~ion~s ~ well ~ ~s ganer~ pubic ~II ~nsfiu ~e~~en~ffon: ~g~ si~a~rc by a d~i~ated o~ci~ on the grit application or contact prc~. ~s~s will be mined ~ accor~ce ~4ih OMB Circul~ No. A-~ for State and l~al govcmmenm. ~PLICA~ON ~ AW~ PRO~S~ Pr~on C~r~om The s~d application fo~s ~ nish~d by ~e Federal agency and required by OMB Circler No. A-102 must ~ used for ~his program. ~is program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. A~ Procedure: Applications for gran~ must be prepared in accordance wi~ the regulations in 34 CFR 4~, and the C~I D. Per~ VocafioaM ~d Applied Technology Education Act regu- [afions. A pro~sal for a contract must be prepped in acoord~ce with program announcements in the Commerce Bus~ne~ Daily. ~s progr~ is subject to the provisions of OMB Circul~ No. A- !10. Awed Pr~d~re~ Applica~ons arc reviewed in accord~cc with r~g- ul~tions for ~e ~rl D. Perkins VocationM ~d Applied Technol- o~ ~ucation Act. ED Fo~ 554 plus general provisions (con- ~acts) are sent to the recipient. D~ A rcqu~t for applications is published in ~e Fed~al Re~ster. Reques~ for Propomls (RFP's) arc rde~ed at various tim~ throughout the fiscal year. A synopsis of each procurement requ~t will app~r in the Commerce Bus~ess Daily. ~is also conChS info~ation about where copies of the RFP can be ob- tained. R~ge ~ A~pmv~/Dlss~pravsl T~e~ Approximately 90 to 120 days. A~: For g~ts, not applicable; for contracts, ~ specified in Fsde~ Pr~urement Regulations, 41 CFR 1, 2, 407, and Ren~w~: For the National ~nter for Research in Vocational Bdu- cation, yearly, for a m~mum awed period of five years, For the cu~culum coordination centers, a maximum award period of three yc~s. ASSI~AN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Fo~ ~d Mscehing Requlremen~ ~is program has no statutory fo~uia or matching requ~emen~s. ~n~ ~ T~e Ph~g of ~sis~ce: Variable, depending upon the pa~icular needs of each contract or grit competition. POST ASSISTAN~ ~QU~EME~ Re~: Specific re~ing rcquir~en~ arc comained in ~c quit for Proposal ~d contract document. Re~ing requiremcn~ for gr~m are required in the regulations for Cad D. Perkins Vo- cational and Appli~ Technology Education Act for 34 CFR An~ Ped~ic audits shoed be made ~ pa~ of [he recipient's sys- tems of finmci~ ~nagement ~d internal control to mcct the te~s ~d conditions of contract and gran~. Recor~: ~e ~D General Admin~trafivc RegMations, 34 CFR ~AN~ INFOR~ON: Aoco~t Iden~e~an: 91-~-1-501. Oblations: (~an~ and contract) ~ 95 $9,~,~ ~ 96 ~t not ident~able; ~d ~ 97 eel S0. ~otc: ~c ~ 96 ~t will ~ m~ed u~n enactment of the 1996 appropriation for t~s progr~; the ~ 97 ~t will b= detc~cfl u~n completion of the vo~- ~on~ eduction proteins ~e ~d Aver~g~ d F~c~ ~ $109,~ to $1~,586 prop~tion average contact $141,284; average ~t (ff~M y~ 1995 aw~ds). PR~M ACCO~~: A ~ant w~ ~uefl for ~e ficn~ ~nter cr Centers for Re~rch in Vomgen~ T~'o n~w cu~cul~m c~rd~nafi~n c~t~ confab w~e cd ~fl four ~c~um c~rdi~gon cent~ r~dved confin~gon REGLW_...4,TION$, GLrIDEL1-NF.S, .~.ND LITERATL'RE: Re~,ulafi~ns LNFORM_&TION CONTACTS: Regional or Loe~l Office: See Al~p~ndLx IV cf the Cata!og for a list of the ad:tresses of the Depzl'tm-_nt of Eda~ti~n's region~l office. Headquarters Office: Department of Eduction, Divis.~cn of Nation:fl Programs, Office of Vc-cational and Ad~t Education, 6C¢3 Inde- pendence Ave., SV~., Washington, DC 20202-7242. Contact: Jaclde L. Friederich. Telephone: (202) 205-9071 or P~.decc M. Wilkins. Tclcphone: (202) 205-96"/3. Use the same number for FTS. RELATED PROGIL&M~: None. EXA]~|PLES OF FUNDED PROJEC-Yrs: The six curriculum coordina- tion centers axe regionally located. The six centers provide coordi- nation, dissemination, loan of curriculum materials, and provide technical assistance to the States. The National Center with its legislatively mandated functions conduots applied research and de- velopment, dissemination and ~'aining functions. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: Each request for pro- posal contains weighted evaluation criteria which are unique to the particular rcqulremcnts of the individual procurement. 84,053 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION--STATE COUNCILS FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DE- PARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Carl D. Perk/us Vooatlonal and Applied Tcch- nology Education Act, Section 112, Public Law I01-392, 20 U.S.C. 2322 (a)-(0. OBJECTIVES: To advise the State Board for Vocational Education on the development and administration of the State plan; to evalu- ate vocational education programs assisted under this Act and under thc Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA); and to report findings and recommendations to the Go,~ernor, the State Board, the State job training coordinating council, the Secretary of Edu- cation, and the Secretary of Labor. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE'. Formula Grants. USES AND USE RESTRICTIONS: Funds allocated to a State Council to carry out the responsibilities specified in the Act must be used in accordance with the Council's approved budget. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMEN]'S: Apl~licant Eligibility: Designated State Councils for Vocational Edu- cation may apply. Beneficiary Eligibility: State governments will bcnefit. Credentials/Documentation: State certification to the Assistant Secre- tary for Vocational and Adult Education that a State Council has b¢cn established. Costs will be dctermincd in accordance with OMB Circular No. A-87 for State and local governments. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS." Preapplication Coorflinntiua: A State Council must bc established. Members are to be appointed by the Governor or by the State Board of Education if it is clotted. This program is eligible for coverage under E.O. 12372, "Intergovernmental Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his or her State for more information on the process the State requires to be followed in applying for assis~ance, if the State has selected the program for review. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Cir- cular No. A-102. Application Procedure: Submission of an annual budget to the Assist- ant Secretary for Vocational and Adult Education. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-It0. Award Procedure: Secretary cf Education approves the Council's budget. When fends become available, the Assistant Sccrcta.ry for Vocational and Adult Education transmits a grant awm'd to the Council. De~ilin~s: July I of each year. Range of Al~l~ruvat/DL~apprnval ~r'tme: Ap~rox~natcly 5 to 39 da:,s. Al~peaI~ Net .~ppl~cabl~ 6-96 765 T157691589
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ReuewaL~ ~:t ~_~TAN CE CONSIDERATIONS: mosl recent consecutive fi~al y~). The fo~ula giv~ more weight ~o ~hc 1~!9 y~ old po~ulatie~, the 3ou~g~ of the three grou~ It Nee favors Smt~ wi~ lower per ~pita income. Smts ~cr capi~ income dam dcte~ine S~te alIo~ent ratios. Generally, the altatmenl ratio for a State is 1.~ minus ~hc pr~ucl of 0.50 and ~he quoti~m ob~ined by dividing ~e per capita income for the State by the per capita income for Nl ~he Stat~. The age groups are 15-19, 2~24, and 25-65. ~ey arc weighted 50 percenL 20 percent, ~d 15 percent, r~pecfively. A fou~h distribution. weighted 15 percent, is based on the sums of ~he ~ounts resulting from the t~ce age group distributions. Nach State receiv~ an lotment consisting of four pa~s: (1) an amount which bears the ~me ratio to 50 percent of the sums being allol~ed ~ the product of the State's population age 15-19 bears to the sum of the corre- sponding products for all the States; {2) an amount which bears ~e same ratio to 20 ~crcen~ of the sums being allotled as lhe product of the Slate's population age 20-24 bears {o the sum of the corr~ponding pr~ucts for all ~he Sm~es; (31 an amoum wb]cb b~rs the mine ratio to 15 percenl of the sums being allolled as the product of the S~ate's population age 2~-65 b~rs to ~e sum of the corr~s~nding products for all ~he Stat~; and (4) an amounl which hears the same rode to 15 percent of the sums being Mlol- t~ ~ the amounN allotted ~o the State in the previous three ~per- afions bears to the sum of the amounts allotted to all the Statcs under ~hc previous three operations. After State allotments are cal- culated, adjustments are made to ~ch State's allotmcn~ so that no State receives le~ than $150,~ nor more than $2~0,~. The State ~uncfls of the Virgin Islands and Guam are each allotted $60,~ and the State Councils of American Samoa and Palau and the Commonwealth of the Northern M~iana Islands are each lotted $25,~. No match is required. LenNh and Time Ph~img of ~s~tsaee~ One year. POST ASSISTANCE REQ~REME~S: Re~rts: Annual financial status reports and biennial evaluation re- ports arc required. A~di~: In accordance wi~h ~he provisions of OMB Circular No. A- 128, 'Audits of State and Local Oovcrnments," S~te and local governments that receive financial assistance of $1~,~ or more within ~he State's fiscal year shall have an audit made for that year. S~te and local governments that receive between $25,~ and $1~,~ within ~he S~ate's fiscal year shall have an audit made in accordance whh Circu[~ No. A-128, or in accordance with Fedaral laws and regulations govarning the programs which lhey participate. Record: See Department of ~ucaflon Genial Adminiszrat~ve Reg- ulations, 34 CFR 76.730-734. ~NAN~AL ~FO~IATION: Aeeo~ Iden~tion: 91-~-~- 1-501. ObH~sns: (Grants) ~' 95 $9,~6,~; FY 96 ~ identifiable, and ~ 97 ~ $0. (Note: ~e FY 96 est will be datelined u~n en- actment of ~e 1996 appmp~ation for this program; the FY q7 esl will be deter~ned u~n completion of the v~atlonal cducaUon progra~ reautho~zation.) R~ge ~fl Average of ~n~clM A~i~ce; $~,~ Io $231,815; $157,~ (fiscal year 1995 awards}. PROOf ACCOMP~S~E~: SN~e councils have ~n ~b- fished in 50 S~a~es, ~c DNtfict of Col~bia, Puerto R~co, and Guam under Public Law 98-524. ~e State Advisory have submitted bienniM cvN:ati~n rep~r~ on S~te vocational education ~rogr~. Thee re~rts have ineI~ded aum~rous rec- ommendations a~ing from ~ Co~ci~" cv~uafions of vocational e~a~ti~n ~ ]~A del~very sys~ew~ ~ ha~e adequacy ~d effecd~en~ of th~ co,~r~nalion between vocational 766 REGULI'rIONS, GUIDELINF_~q0 AND Ln"ERATURE.: R,.Je~ a~d reg- aIa:ivn~ Ti~e .x.I CFR 4-:(~ ard 403: EDGAR P.ra-ts 7~, 77, 7~, SO. LN~FO R.MATI ON CONTACTS: Re, anal or ~ Office: of t~e addresses cf DeI:zrtmeal cf Education's H~tdqu~rter~ Of Iiee: Division t~f Vceational-Technic~al Eduaa~cm Office of Assistant Se~etary for Vocational and Adult Education. Department of Education, 600 Independence Ave., SW., Wa~hing- ton, DC 20202-7241. Telephone: (202) 205-9441. U~ the same number for FTS. RELY, TED PROGRAMS: 17.250. Job Training Partnership Act; 84.048. Vocational Education--Basic Grants to States; 84.7.43, Tech-Prep Education. EXAMPLES OF FUNDED PRO,FECTS: Not applicable. CRITERIA FOR SELECTING PROPOSALS: Not applicable 84.055 HIGHER EDUCATION--COOPERATIVE EDUCATION FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AlYrHORIZATION: Higher Education Act of 1965, Title VIII, as amended, Public Law 102-325, 20 U.S.C. I 133-1133C. OBJECTIVES: To provide Federal support: for planning, establishing, expanding, and carrying out projects of cooperative education in institutions of higher educatlonl for projects demonstrating innova- tive methods of cooperative education~ for research into methods of improving, developing, or evaluating cooperative education; or for training persons who are or wish to be involved in cooperative education. Cooperative education projects are those with alternat- ing or parallel periods of academic study and public or private paid employment related to the student's academic program or professional goals. TYPES OF ASSISTANCE: Project Grants. USES AND USE RESTRIC-"rIONS: Funds are used to plan, establish, expand, and carry out programs of cooperative education. Salaries and administrative expenses are payable from these funds. No money appropriated under this program may be used to compen- sate students for employment by employers. Funds may also be used to pay for salaries and administrative expenses of demonstra- tion, research, and training projects. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Applicant Eligibility: Accredited institutions of higher education may apply for administration, demonstration, research, and training grants. Public or private nonprofit agencies and organizations may apply for demonstration, research, and training grants. Beneficiary Eligibility: Students attending funded institutions who are enrolled at least half-time will benefit. Credentttl~/Doeument~tinn: The applicant must submit a signed statement that it has complied with Federal civil rights legislation including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabili- tation Act of 1973, as amended, and other applicable assurances and certifications. Institutions of Higher Education must meet the definition of higher education given in Section 1201(a) of the higher education Act of 1965. as amended. This program is ex- cluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-87. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preal~ldlcttlon Coordination: This program is excluded from cover- age under OMB Circular No. A-102. Thi~ program is eli#Me for coverage under E.O. 12372, 'Intergovernmcntal Review of Feder- al Programs." An applicant should consult the office or official designated as the single point of contact in his er her State for more information cn the prtxess the State requires to be followed in applfing for a.~fstance, if t~e State has selected the program for review. AppIiettiot Procedure: Can*act t~e program of I~:e for applica~on in- 6-96 TI5 o91590
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A~rd Pwo~ur~ Pr~?~ ~..d app~i~tic~s are ev~:~ b3 ~ut- )hrc~h uh~s e~ ~fl the G~u~ ~d ~n~c~ Se~'lc~ D~ia~: An~c~ce~t ~ubI~h~d annuity in ~e Federal Re~s- t~r. R~e cf Appro~D~appm~ Time: Appro~m~tely ~x A~: Not appl~ble. R~ew~: ~e renew~ pro~dure is ~e s~e ~ far a new requ~ ex~pt applications for re~e~'als ~c review~ by the ~d ~an~ s~ ~ey do not undergo a c~m~titive review. ASSISTANCE CONS~A~ONS: grit is awarded to an I~, or a combi~fion of I~, t~t have not received an Administration project grit in the l~year period immediately preceding the date ~at ~e ~stitution or comb~ation of institutions reques~ an Adm~is~ation project grant. Matching tMnds ~fl mMnten~ce of tin,tiM effo~ ~c req~ed by law. Ad- ministration, Pa~ A, gr~ may not exceed $5~,~ for each re- cipient in a single ye~. Federal suppo~ of administrative ~sts for up to five y~rs may not exceed 8~ percent of the tot~ costs of the project in the first y~r and 70, 55, ~, ~d 25 percent in ~ch subsequent year, r~pectively. An Admi~s~afive, Pa~ B, grit tbr an existing project is awarded m ~ institution of hi~er edu- cation (no combinations) ~at is operating ~ c~st~g cooperative eduction program. Such a program is defined ~ any cooperative education program t~t: (1) H~ opermed for three suc~sive yea~ immediately preceding the ye~ for which year for which the institution applies for an Administration project grant and (2) has placed in paid public or pfivam employment a m~um of l~ undupli~ted studen~ in the three y~ preceding the y~ for which the institution applies for a grit ~der the Admi~stration grant program. The Statute man~t~ that grants for exis~g projec~ must be used for: (1) Improv~g the qu~ity of and panding the pa~icipation in a coo~rative education program; (2) providing outreach in new curricular are~; ~d 0) providing out- reach to potential pa~icipan~, ~cluding smden~ from undcrrc- presented ~pulations and nontraditional students. An Administra- tion, Part B, grant recipient may not be awarded more th~ $75,~ in a single year, nor less th~ $1,~. ~so, the award may not he greater than 25 percem of the i~titution's budget f~r coop- erative education at the institution in the previous year. Awards in a given fiscal year are b~ed on a fo~ula according to the hum- Ors of unduplicated cooperative education students placed in jobs by an institution in the previous year compar~ to the numbe~ of unduOicated cooperative education students placed by all institu- tions with approved applications in the sine previom y~r. All applicants for Administration awar~ must meet eli#bility ards pertaining to IHEs, ~d must undergo a program stuff renew of funding eligibility as req~red by the Title VIII Stature and pro- gram regulations. ~n~h and Time Ph~ing of A~ismce: Administration projec~ may be funded for a multi-year period of up to ~ mont~. Demo~tra- tion, r~earch, and training projecm may be f~ded for a multi- year period of up to 36 months. Awards are ~nuM and dependent on availability of funds. POST ASSISTANCE REQU~EMENTS: Repom: Annum fiscal ~d ~ffo~ance re~ m~t be submitted at the end of each budget period. Other info~ation must be fur- nished, if requested. Au~: Subject to a Federal audit any ~e during the te~ of the grant and within a ~H~ of five yea~ aft~ the temination of FedcrM suppo~. Record: M~t ~ re~in~ for five ye~s after the end of the y~r d~fing which the ex~nd~tures were rode or until the grant- ee is notified that the records ~e no longer ne~ed. ~NANCI~ ~O~tA~ON: Accost Iden~fi0t: 91~201~-1-$02. Obli~: (Gr~) ~" 95 $6#27~ ~" 96 ~ not ~nfl ~" 97 ~ $0. ~ote: ~e ~" 96 ~t ~I1 ~ dete~in~ upon enactment of ~e I~fi appropma~on for t~ prog~.) PR~%I ACCOmPLiCeS: Appro~at~ly 2~ ~ a~arded. Grante= ~re Ic~ted in 47 ~ons ~ere p'ab~h~ in ~e F~eral Re~r on Angst 11, 1993. ~OR~ON CO~A~: Re#o~ or ~ O~ce: Not applicable. H~e~ O~ce: Di~4si~n of HigEer ~ucafion ~c~n~'e Pr~ grams, O~ of Pos~eeonda~ ~ueatio~ Depa~ment of ~u~a- ~on, ~ Ind~endence Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202- 5251. Contact: Vic~ V. Payn~. Telephone: (202) 2~-3291. Use the ~e humor for ~S. ~A~D PROG~IS: 84.031, ~#er ~ucation--InstitutionM Aid; 84.033, Federal Work-Study Progom. ~fPL~ OF F~DED PRO~: Administration, training, re- s~eh, and demonstration projec~ in eolleg~ ~d u~ve~Mes. ~A FOR $~E~G PROPOSAl: ~e Secrem~ evMuat~ applicafio~ in accordan~ with 34 CFR 631, 632, 633, 634, 635, and the Education Depa~ment GenerM Administrative Regula- tions ~DGAR) in 34 C~ 74, 75, ~, 79, 80, 82, 85, and 86. 84,060 I~N EDUCA~ON--G~S TO LOC~ EDUCA~ONAL AGENTS ~DE~L AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~OR~TION: Elementary and ~¢ondary Education Act of 1965, ~tie IX, Part A, Subpart 1, ~ ~end~, ~blie Law 103- 382, 20 U.S.C. 7811-7818; 25 U.S.C. 2~1. OB~: Support local educmional agencies in their effo~s to reform elementary and seconda~ soh~l programs t~t Indian students in order to ensure ~at progr~s ~e b~ed on ¢hNien#ng State content standards and student peffo~ance stand~ds that are used for ~1 students, and ~e desired to assist Indi~ smden~ meet those st~d~ds in reaching the National ~ucation Goals. ~P~ OF ASSISTed: Project Grants. US~ AND USE R~ONS: Grantees may ~e funds for the tablishment, mainten~ce, ~d operation of supplem~n~ry projects s~cifically designed to ~sist Indian students in State content and student peffom~ee standards. Projects must be d~i~ed in re- sponse to a locally conducted needs a~ent ~d with the full o~peration and invoivemem of an elected committee repr~enting parents of the Indian students to be served. Pe~ible a~ti~ties include, bm are not limited to: (1) Cultur~ly related aetivffi~; (2) early childhood ~d family progr~s emph~ing $ch~l r~di- heSS; and O) enrichment progr~s that directly suppo~ the mtain- ment of S~to content ~d perfom~ce s~dards. ELIGIBIL~ REQ~REME~S: A~nt Eli#~: Local educational agenci~ (L~s) that enroll at le~t 10 Indian children or in which Indies constitute at l~t 25 percent of the total enroilmenL ~e requiremen~ do not apply to LEAs serv~g Indian children in Al~k~ CMifomia, ~d Oklahoma or l~med on, or in profimity to, an Indian reservation. Sehoo~ that receive funding from the Bur~u of Indian Affai~ under ~ction 1130 of the ~ugation ~endmen~ of 1978 25 U.S.C. 2~1; are deemed to be eli#ble to pa~ieipme in this pr~ ~n~il~ Eii#bllity: Eli#hie Infli~ children enrolled in eli#ble I~M educational agenei~, ~fl BIA funded school. Cred~fi~menmfion: ~ appEc=t m~t ce~ffy ~* number of e~#ble Ind~ children enrolled on ~hizh ~e ~oant of the ~ant ~1 be compute. It m~t ~so ~sure that it h~ ~ed out a number of o~er r~uired ~¢ti~ities~ including: holing a pubtie he~g, ~tabl~h~g ~ Infli= p~ent co~ee, ~d m~g ~- mgemen~ for ~ evMuafi~n of the effecfivene~ of ~e ~r~L No ~nt ~ be made ~ ~e applier ~ ~e ~tt~ a~ ~rovM cf ~e apvHmnt's Indian ~ent co~iH~ ~ ~l 6-96 767 TI57691591
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deter-mined m acc~r~znce '~',.~ OMB Cir,-u~ar No. A-~7 f:r ~P~CA~ON .~ AW.~ PR~: ~ppli~fion ~r~om ~ ~dard apFli~cn ~s ~ ~h~d ~y th~ F~cr~ ~gcn~' m~t ~ ~d for ~ pro~. progr~ is excluded from ¢ovcrag~ unSer OMB ~rcular No. A- 102. ~s prog~ h ct~gible for coverage ~fl~ E.O. 1237Z "I~t~rgov~men~ Review ~f Feder~ Prague?' ,~ should cons~t ~ o~¢e or o~c~ d~ignatcd ~ the s~glc of con~ct in his or her S~tc for more info~afion on the proc~s the Smt~ rcquir~ to be follow~ in applying for ~shlance, if the S~tc h~ selected the pro~am for review. A~li~ffon ~u~: The L~ annually sub~ to the Depa~- merit of ~ucation an application d~cfib~g i~ proposed project. Application fo~s ~c av~lable from ~e h~dq~ers o~ce. program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A- Aw~ Pt~e~e: Aw~ds are ~sued ~nu~ly directly to the L~A. Awards are made to ~l applic~ that m~t the applicable re- quirements of the Act ~d that ~ve d~i~ed a project that ~e Secretary of ~ucation dete~ines ~11 subs~nti~ly incre~c the educational op~unities of the Indian children se~,ed by the plicant. D~: D~fllin~ ~e ~blishcd ~nual]y. Notice of closing date is published in the Federal Re~st~r. A m~ling list is main~ned at the hcadqua~ers o~ce; application packets arc g~crally mailed soon ~ they arc available to appli~n~ from ~e prcvio~ ye~; however, if a packet is not received, the headq~lc~ o~c should be contacted. ~c hcadquaacrs o~cc should ~so be con- tacted for specific closing dates. Range of Ap~rov~approv~ Time: Approximately 1~ days. Ap~ls~ None. Ren~w~s: None. ASNI~AN~ CON~IDE~TIONfl: Formnla and M~tchiag R~uirem~: The Indian ~ucation pro- gram specifies that ~e amount of a g~t to which an LEA is titled is computed by multiplying the humor of Indi~ children enrolled in the LEA's schools by the average per pupil expendi- ture or 80 percent of the national average ~r pupil cxpcnditurc, whichever is greater, for the State in which the applic~t is locat- ed. In setting the actual amount of a grant, an applic~fs formula amoum is adjusted on ~c b~is of av~labic appropriations. In order for ~ LEA to receive a grant, the aBprop~ate State educa- tional agency (SEA) must ce~ify that the comb~ed fiscM effort of thal LEA ~d the State ~th r~pect to the provision of frec public education by that LEA for the preceding f~cM ye~ w~ not le~ than ~ ~rcent of th~ comb~cd fi~ effo~ for that pur- pose for the second preceding fisc~ y~. If an L~ d~s not meet this requirement and the ficcrc~y does not ~t a w~v~ for unusual c~cu~t~c~ ~e L~'s g~t awed is red~d exact propo~ion by which ~he L~ failed to me~t ~c combined fisc~ cffo~ rcquiremenL LEAs that are B~eau f~flcd sch~ls ~e exempt from the combined fiscal effoa requirmcnL ~is prog~ h~ no matching requirement. ~n~ ~d T~e ~Mg ~f ~ce: G~ are awarded ~or up to ~ months ~d f~nds must be spent or obligat~ ~bth~ the proj~t period. Pa~cnts are made by direr dc~si~ upon requ~t by L~s. Re~: Fin~ci~ ~d ~ffo~ance ream are due within ~ days of the termination of the proj~t Au~: In a~ordance with th~ pro~sio~ of OMB Circular No. 128, "Audi~ of Sm~e and L~l Gove~ent~" S~te and l~al gove~en~ tha~ rcceNe fin~e~ ~sis~nce of $1~,~ or mnre wi~in the State's f~l year s~l have ~ audit ~de for that y~. State ~fl l~al gove~ that r~ive ~t~n made ~ a:cord~ce ~th Circ~ No. A-128, or m ~-ith F~cml la~s ~d r~htion~ go~e~ng the prog~ in ~hich they R~¢or~ Records must be mam'.amed thr~e ~ears afmr ~c ccmpI:- A~t Id~fiom 91~101~I-501. u~n enac~cnt cf~c 1996 approp~fion for ~ ~ro~.) ~ge ~ Av~ ef Y~c~ ~ce: $3,~ to PROG~ A~O~L~~: In fisc~ year 1995, aw~d~ were made to 1,05g LEAs, 61 tribal ~hool~ and 81 BIA operated ~haols. ~e projec~ that wcrc landed sc~ed approximately ~,626 Indi~ stud~ in element' ~d secondly ~h~l~ The average per student pa~ent w~ REG~ONS, G~E~, ~ L~TU~: 34 CFR 74. 75, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, ~5, and 86. ~O~IA~ON CO~A~S: H~o~ or ~ Offi~: Not app]icable. H~qu~em Office: Office of Indi~ ~ucafion, Office of Elementa- ry and ~co~dary ~u=afion, Dvp~ment of Education, ~ Indc- penden~ Avenue, SW., W~hington, DC 20202. ~nm~t: S~dra Spaulding Director, Div~ion of ~ogmm Operations. Telephone: (202) 2~I~!. Use ~v same hUmOr for ~S. ~LA~D PROG~iS: 84.~2, Indi~ ~ucation--Ad~t Eduction: 84.299, Indi~ ~ucation--Speci~ Programs. ~L~ OF ~ED PHO~: Inst~ction in reading and ma~=ma6cs; cow, cling ~d ~id~ce; native I~guage and cultur- al eduoation i~tmction; early c~[dho~ ~d f~ily pro~s ph~i~g school r~n~s; ~d school-to-work t~sifion pro- gr~. ~ FOR SELE~G PROPOSe: ~is is a fo~u~a grant progr~. Applicants do not com~te but rather are entitled ~o funds if ~ey meet b~ic cligib~ty requirements. 84.062 ~IAN EDUCA~ON--ADULT EDUCA~ON ~D~ AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ELEME~Y AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, D~PAKTMENT OF EDUCATION A~HOR~ON: El~entary and S~ondary ~ucation Act, Title IX, P~ A, Subpar¢ 3, ~ amended, Public Law 103-382, 20 U.S.C. 7851. OBJE~IV~: To plan, develop, and implement programs for Indi~ adults to dccrc~c the mtc of Blitcracy, incr~ ~c m~cry of b~ic s~lls, and incr~e ~e number who v~ high school equiva- lency diploma. ~ OF ~SI~: Pro~ect Grants. US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Grits ~v used for the establish- ment and o~ration of progr~s designed to stimulate the provi- sion of b~iv litvr~y ~d high school equivalency op~nunitics for Indian adult. F~ds ~y ~ ~vd to encourage d~v~nafion of info~ation ~d materials relating to eviction s~at~gics ~at show effecfivcn~ of pro~ ~d improved edu=afional oppor- tun~d~ for Ind~ ad~. ELIGIBI~ ~Q~E~: A~pli~t EH~%~ Indian ~, Indi~ institutions, and ladi~ ganizadons may apply. ~efi~ EH~bflIW: Indian adul~ w~ Crtdvn~~n~d~: Applications must d~cfibv th= acfiviti~ for which ~sismncv ~ sought; provide for an evaluation of th~ ef- fvvtiv~n~ of ~ pro~s~ pro]~t; and provide ~umn~ tha~ th~ indi~du~ to ~ sv~vd ~d ~%d comm~ti~ h~vv volved J~ the pl~ng and development of the project ~d will continue such ~volvment in the o~mtion ~ evM~fion of th~ proj~t. ~s~ ~1 ~ ditched in accord~cc with OMB Circu- 1~ No. A-g7 for State ~d l~al government. APP~CA~ON ~ AW~ PROS: ~ffon ~ffo~: ~s progam ~ ~ble for ~vemgc ~fler ~O. 12372, 'Intcrgov~en~ Rt~5ew of Fedt~ ~." ~ appli~nt should comet the o~:e or o~fl d~i~at- ~ ~ ~e s~#e ~int of con~ct in h~ cr her Sm~ for more infor- 768 6-96 T157691
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~s Fre~ ~ ~Ia~ed frc.m ¢~a~ ~nd~ O~ C~ A-IOZ A~pli~ffon Pr~ur~ A~ph~ons ~r ~u~ ~c sub~3~tcd ann~- te~ ¢~ ~is grc~ is ~cla~ from co~'emgt ~d~r O~ Circ~ No. A-II0. Aw~ Pr~ar~ Apglicafio~ ~c r~s~ew~ by panfls of field ors ~fl ag~cy pe~nnel. Poln~ ~e aw~ded aeeord~g m lished cfit~g Find sol,dons ~, mad, by ~e Secret, of cation. Grits are awarded directly to the appli~t/~tee. ~in~: D~dl~ are ~blhhcd ~lly. Notice of ~e closing date is published in the FederM Re#seer. A mM~g list h m~- ~ined at tho heaflq~em o~ce giv~ ~low. Application are generally mMlefl as soon ~ they ~e avMlabl¢ to from the gr¢vious y~. However, if a packet ~ not received, the headqumers o~ce shoMfl ~ con~cted. ~ge of A~ro*~isa~rov~ ~ime: Approximately 180 days. A~ None. Rea~w~: N~ae. ASSISTAN~ CONSIDE~ONS: Formula anti Mmehing Requirement: ~ prog~ h~ no smtuto~ fomula or matching requirement. ~n# and Time Ph~ing of Mslsme¢: Projec~ may be approved for periods of up to five years. Gran~ are awarded on a twelv~ month b~is and it ~ expected that exp,ndit~ will ~ made within thin period. Payments are made monthly on ~e b~ of quaRerly reques~ submitted by the greece. POS~ ASSI~AN~ Re~o~: Financial ~d perFom~¢¢ reports ~, du, a~ly. Au~i~: In accordance with the pro~sions of OMB Circ~ No. 128, 'Aufli~ of Stat, and Loom Government," State and l~al governments thin receive financi~ ~sm~ of $1~,~ or mor¢ wi~in the State's fiscal year shall have ~ audit made for that year. State and local gove~en~ that receive between $25,~ and $1~,~ within the States fi~ year shall ~v, an audit made in accordance with Ciroul~ No. A-128, or in accord~ee with FederM laws and regulations governing th~ progr~s which they pa~icipate. Audi~ of Infli~ Tribes, ~dian Institu- tions, Indian Organimtions, etc., shMl Mso b* don* in accord~ce with 34 C~ 74.61. Record: Recor~ must bc kept for 3 ye~s ~ter ~, completion of the activity for which grit funds wer~ used. ~N~CIAL INFORMA~ON: Account lflen~fieaflon: 91-0101-0-1-501. Obligations: (Grants) ~r 95 $5,420,~; ~ 9fi est not ident~abl~; and ~ 97 est $5,~,~. (Note: ~e ~ 96 ~t will be mined u~n enactment of the 1996 appropriation for this pro- gram.) R~ge ~ A~emge of Fin~e~ ~ee: The r~ge is from $50,~ to $2~0,~. PROGRAM ACCOMP~SHME~S: In fi~M year 1995, 27 aw~ds were made, REGU~ONS, G~ELINES~ A~ L~E: at* in ~ CFR 74, ~, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 8~, ~d 86. ~ORMATION CO~A~: R~a~ or ~ O~: Not appli~ble. H~qame~ O~¢e: Indian ~ucafion Progr~s, O~ce of Elemen- tary ~d Secon~ Edumfion, Dep~ent of ~afiou, dependence Avenue, SW., W~hhgton, DC 20~0L ~n~ct: M~ Bray~y, Chief, Grants Administration Brock Tfl~#on~ 002) 2~1612. U~ the ~e nmkr for RE~D PRintS: 84.~, Indi~ ~u~fion~r~ to Edu~tionM Agencies; M.299, Indi~ ~ucation--Sp~ial Pro- gra~. ~IPL~ OF ~ED PRO~: S~:e pr~ offering st~cfion in b~c ~d ~con~" ~ FOR SE~G PRO~OS~: N~ got ~is~ce, proj~t d~i~, budget ~d cost-eff~tivcu~, adcq~cy s*arcc~ s~. community p~i~i~ation, ev~on d~i~, m~ut and l~ck cf cen~parab'~e serd:~s. Priorit7 ~ gi~~ to 84.~ ~~ PELL G~ PROG~M ~eB ~ AG~: O~CE OF POS~ECO~Y ~DUCA- ~ON. DEP~N~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~g~ON: ~er ~uca~vn Act of 1965, Ti~e ~, ~t A, Su~9~ I, ~ ~cndcd. O~: To ~rox~de eli#bl, undcr~t¢ pos~ccond~' stu- dents who ~vv dcmo~Vated financhl need wi~ ~t to hMp meet ¢dn~tio~ expel. ~ OF AS~: Direct Paymen~ for Sp~i~cd U~. US~ A~ USE ~~ONS: ~ stud~t mint be a ~.S. ci~en or eli#~l* nonfifiztn who ~ been acc~t~ for emollm=t in, or is m~g safisheto~ a~demio progr~ a~ an eli~le ins~tu~on of ~gher education. Eli#hie sch~ may be pubhc or private nonprofit ~sti~fions of higher eduction, (such ~ coReg~ ~i- vemifi~, vo~on~-t¢chni~ sohools, ho~i~ ~hools of ~d for-profit institutions @ropfiemrD. Eli#ble mai~ who are at l~t 18 y~m or old~ ~d born a~er D,~m~r 31, 19~, c¢i~e ~ o~y if they have registered wi~ ~l~ctive O~te studen~ ~d students who haw Mr~dy ~d a bach¢- lot's degr~ ~e not dlgible for ~is~nce. Appli~ mint d,mon- mate need accord~$ to Pm F of the ~gher ~ucation Act of 1965, ~ mended. ~e mm~mum individ~l awed my not ~ceed $2,3~ in ~ a~d,~c year for fis~l ~e~ 1995 (1995.96 awed). A~#imt Eli#b~i~: Under,urinate studenm e~olled ~ regul~ stu- d=~ in ~ eBgibl~ prog~m at = eli#ble institution of ~gh~r ~tlon =d m~ing safisfaoto~ a~demic progr~. ~¢ applic~ts m~t b¢ U.S. oifizens or eli#ble nonci~as =~ have a high school diplom~ a GED, or demons~at¢ the ability to benefit from the pro~ offered. Bene~¢~ Eli#h~i~: UMergraduate studen~ t~t are U.S. citizens or di#ble noncitizens ~d meet financi~ n¢~ criteria. Studcn~ must be: rcgui~ students in an eli#bl~ progr~ and ~ro~ed in sfitutions of Mgher ~ucafion, m~ing ~hoto~ acad~mio progr~s. In~rceratcd student, ~cept those in~cerat~ in loc~ ~nal hciliti~, ~e ineli#ble. Smden~ mint sign a gatement of edacationM pu~, not owe a refund on a Title IV ~=h ~d not be in de&ale oa a Titl¢ IV loan. Eligible ~ t~t ~e at l~t 18 y~ old and born aRer December 31, 19~, c~ re~ive ~d only if they have re#ter~d with the Sele~ive Se~ce. C~aen~umcamfloa: ~s pro~ ~ ,xoluded from coverag~ ~der O~ Circul~ No. A-87. ~PLI~A~ON AND AW~ Pr~Beafloa ~r~fioa: ~s pro~ h excluded from cover- age u~er E.O. 12371 TMs crogram h excluded from coverage under OMB Circul~ No. A-102. A~ll~oa ~t: Student complet~ a 'Free Appli~tion for FederM Student Aid" ~d sub~ it to ~e agenoy s~cified on fo~. ~, U.S. Deponent of ~a~fion c~culges &e student's fin~M ¢B#b~ity for ~ce ~O th¢ agency to wMch the stu- dent ~nt ~e appli~on retu~ a hot,cation to ~e student of his or her ~i#b~ity for ~s~mc~. ~e student submi~ th~ notifica- tion to ~ ~sfitution of ~ or her choi~ h order to ~ve his or h~r awed c~Ma~. ~ p¢o~ is ~clud~ from ~nd~r OMB Orcul~ No. A-110. Aw~ ~,d~¢: I~fitufions act = d~bming agen~ for th~ De- p~ment of Eduction. ~* ~sfitufion ~at t~ student attends culates and ~sbu~ the F~eral Poll ~t, ~g a pt~t ~hed~e develo# by ~e De¢~ent of ~a~fion ~t deter- m~ ~e ~o~nt of ~e awed b~ on ~e starlet's f~y cont~bu~on, cog ¢f a~nce, ~ad e~o~ent s~t~. ~a~ ~e appl~on d~ine for the 1~8 awed ~ May 1, 19~6. ~t ~e pro~ o~c¢ for fa~e ~ge ot Ap~ro~p~v~ Tm~ Ap~ro~atdy ~'o to f~ 6.96 769 T157691593
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~a~lly dcpsnd~n~ on hi~ ~r ~cr p~cn~..~ ~t~n may cums~nc~ d~cum~tcd by ~h~ Renewals: St~fl~n~ wh~ haw a~Iied in tke ~c~ a~arfl may he eligible to cemplet~ a renewal appli~fi~n which conI~ns ~reprm~cd student dzta ~fl requir~ students only t~ u~flate cer- tain info~ation. However, cl[~]lity ~s still ~nually d~te~inefl. ASSISTAN~ CONS~E~ONS~ F~rmuls ~fl M~tchlng Req~irem~: ~c 1995-96 Fefler~ Poll Grant eligibility determ~uafio~ ~e b~ed cn P~ F of the HEA, ~ amended, by th~ Higher ~umfion Amendmen~ of 1992. national need ~ys~s fo~uIa dcte~nes ffn~ci~ eligibility for Fed~rM Poll ~anm and other Fedsral student aid and is applied uniformly to all applicants. TMs national need ~alys~s fo~ula ~e~in~ a student's "expected family cont~b~tion" (EFC). ~e lhndamental elements of this n~d analys~ fo~ula are the parents" and/or the studen£s income ~d ~sets (excluding home), the fami- ly's household s~ze, and the number of f~ily members atlending ~)s~sccondary institutions. ~e EFC is determined ~ th~ sum (1) A percentage ass~ment of net income (rem~ning income after subtracting allowances for bas[~ living ex~nses) ~d percemage ~sessment of net a~ets, other than a home, (remai~ng ~s~ts after subtracting an ~sct prot~on allowance). ~n~h and Time Ph~ag of ~s~ce: Studen~z arc normMly ed )() one Federal Pcll Gram d~fing ~y awed year (July fl~rough }une 30) although under ce~ limited circumstances )hey may receive lwo. Funds are usu~iy d~sbu~ed at least twice during an award year. Studen~ may only receive a Federal Poll Grant until they have received a bachelor's degree. POST ASSISTANCE ~QUI~ME~S~ Regret Institutions will be required to furnish repot) pcfiodic~ly. on the disbursement of funds, ~s well ~ to furnish ~y other re- ports the Secretary requires. No repor~ are required of student. Audits: Annual audits will be made. Recor~l All records pe~ain]ng m ~he el~glbil~ty of each Federal Poll Gram recipient and all fis~l management records must be m~n- rained by the insthutions for a pcH~ of five y~rs or until an ac- ceptable audit h~ been completed, whichever ]s later. Selected students will have ~hc information on (heir appli~fions verified. FIN~CIAL INFORMATION: Account Idenfifieafism 91-02~0-I-502. Obligations: (Grants) FY 95 $5,819,~,~; FY 96 est not ble; and FY 97 est $5,839,~,~. ~ote: The FY 96 ~t will be de~ermhmd upon enactment of the 1996 appropriation for ~h~s pro- gram ) ~nge and Average oI Fin~i~ ~i~ee: Gran~ range from to $2,340 in fiscal year 1995. Average awed: $1.507 ~n fis~ 1995. PROG~ ACCOMFLlS~S: Appro~tcly 3.6~,~ dems w~ll receive Federal Poll grants during f~c~ y~ 1995. REG~LA~ONS, GUID~ES, AND L~~: ~e 1995-96 Federal Poll Grant Expected Family Con~ibufion fo~ula is set for~ in Pa~ ~ of the H~gher ~u~fion Act of 1965 as amended. Regulations governing adminis~tion of the Poll Grit Program are found in 34 CFR ~, 66~, and 6~. The Stud~t ~uide; Free A~pl~cation for Federal ~tud~ A~d (no charge); 'The Family Contribution Fo~ulf'; "~e Student Financial Aid Hand- book2" INFO~tA~ON CO~A~S: Re,ohM ~r ~ O~ee: Federal Student Aid lnfa~ation Centcr. 14:C,)~33-3243. Regional Dir~tor, Office of Student Fin~cial ~,t~r~.z~. the Dir~tor of Studem Fi~ncial Aid at the ins~t~tion th~ ,.t~d~nl ~ish~ to attend, high szh~cl g~ce cou~lo~ or d~rccto~ of S~e H~flq~e~ O~ce: Division cf Poli~y Dcv~opment, Stgd~t Fi- ria~z~M A~istance Progr~ O~e of Pc~L~con~$' Dc~r~:~t t~f Ed~cafi:,n, ~ Inde~cnd~u:e Avenue, SW., RO~ 770 3, Wa~hl~gter, DC 262'i,~ Cc=:act: Fred SoL'ors, A~.,sg C~ cL f~r ~S. ~L~ PROGraMS: ~.II7, S~x~c~ and Dc~cn~zn~ ~i1~ Gr~; ~4.03L Fede~ Family ~a~fi~n Lc~s~ Federa] Work-Study Pro~ 84.037, Fed~ Per~ L~a~ ~lIatt~ns: ~.03~, Fed~r~ P~ki~ Loan Pro~m~F~erB CaF- ffM C~nl~bufi~r~: ~4.~L TRIO--Student S~gFo~ ~4.~. TglO--TMent S~ch; ~4.fiqT, ~IO--Upward ~4.0fi6, TgIO~a~tional Ogportunity Centers; ~4.~69, State Student In~ntives Gr~. ~L~ OF ~DED PRO~S: Not applicable. CR~RIA FOR S~E~O PROPOSAl: ~ 1993-94 Family ~ntfihution formula is set forth in Pan F of the Higher Edu~tlon Act of 1985, as amended. 84.~6 TRIO~EDUCATION~ OPPORT~I~' ~N~RS ~D~gL AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECKETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION A~OR~4TION: Higher Education Act of 1965, Title IV. Part A. Subpart 2, ~ amended, 20 U.S.C. 1070d-1¢. OBfE~IV~: To provide information on financial and academic s~t~ce available for qualified adulm desiring to pursue a program of pos~econda~ education ~d to ~ist th,m in appb4ng for ad- mission to institutions of postseeondary education. ~PES OF ASSISTANt: Project Gran~. US~ A~ USE R~RI~IONS: Funds are awarded to institutions of higher education or agencies for establishment and operation of ceuters to collect ~d disseminate information concerning financial aid and academic progr~s available to partlcip~ts seeking to pursue pos~econda~ education and to assist pa~icipants in pre- paring admission and fin~¢ial aid applications. Centers may also provide tutoring and counseling for project pa~icipan~ who are not enrolled in an Upward Bound or a Student Support Services project. A grantee may not u~ the center as a p~t of its recruit- ment pro~am. ELIOIBILI~ ~Q~REMENTS: A~]ieant Eli#b~: Institutions of higher education, publi¢ and rate agencies ~d organizations and, in exceptional cases, second- ary schools may apply. B~n¢fieia~ Eli~hiB~: Persons residing in the target area who need one or more of the servic~ provided by the project in order to pursu~ a program of poslsecondary eduoation and who d~ire to pursue or who ar~ pursuer a program of postsecondary educa- tion. Two-thirds of ~e paaicipants must be low-income individ- uals who are also potential fi~t-generation college students. Project participants must be at le~t nineteen y~rs old (exceptions allowed). Required low-in~ome criteria for participants are stated in application materials. Credenfi~umen~fioa: ~sts will be determined in accordance with the Education Depa~ment General Administrative Regula- tions ~DOAR). ~is program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circul~ No. A-87. APPLICATION AND AWA~ PRO~S: Preap~tion C~r~fioa: ~is program is exclud~ from cover- age under OMB Circular No. A-102. This progr~ h excludeO from coverage under E.O. 12372. AppOrtion Proctors: Develop a pro~sal in ~cor~ce with regu- lations, applications, ~d time~bl~ ~ued by the S~¢remry Eduction. No State ~1~ ~ req~r~. Requests for progr~ appli- catio~ should ~ ~d¢ to the Division of Student Se~,ic~. This program is s~bject to th~ ~a~lion Department ~eneral Ad~in- isT~tive Re~lafions (EDGAR). ~ prog~ is ex¢l~efl from ¢o~'mge ma~er OMB Circ~ No. A-I Awed ~ure: Fed~ s~ ~ ~ccrcd ~c~d r~ers new ~ropos~ b~fl cn the ~lecfion cn~da ~blish~ in prc~ g~ regohMons ~ CFR 6~.31 a~ 34 C~ ~.3Z 6-96 T157691594
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it} of f~nd.¢.. Su¢cessthl ~rantees ".~il ~ netified h) the D=pan- ment c,f ~on. Gmn~ ar~ aw~ded ~ou~h ~ ~n~zL~ and ~lin~ D~d~n~ ~ pu~l~ked h the F~I Re~ter~ ~e of App~v~p~ov~ Time: Frem ~ to I$9 d~. App.: RenewS: ~n~aa~O~n a~ ~or up to fixe ~ approved ly. Renewal~ are sub~t to ~e av~abi~ of f~n~. ASSI~.~ CONSID~ONS: Formula ~d Mat~ Req~emenm ~is progr~ ~ no s~tutoD' fo~ula or ~tch[ng requirem~. ~n~h ~d T~e Ph~ng of ~s~ce: Up to five y~ annu~ aw~ds. Ren~w~s ~e suhj~t to ~hc av~lability of fun~. PO~ AS~STAN~ REQUI~: Re~: Perfo~ee re~s are req~ed on ~ annual Au~ In accordance ~th the ~u~on Depa~ent Gener~ Ad- ministrative Regulations ~DGAR), 34 C~ 75.702 ~d 74.61. Recor~: In accurate with 34 C~ ~5.~30, ~5.731, ~d 75.732. ~NANCI~ ~FO~ON: Account Iden~cafion: 91~201-~1-502. Obli~tio~: (Gr~) ~ 95 $24,6~,~; ~ 96 est not iden~abl~; and FY 9~ ~t $24,6~.~. ~ote: The FY 96 est w~l bc deter- mined upon enactment of th~ 199~ approp~ation for this pro- gram.) R~ge ~d Average of Fin~ ~s~ee: $190,~ to $761,7~; PROG~t ACCOMPLISHb~S: It is es~mated t~t IS4,~ p~- tieipan~ were a~isted in 199S. In fiscal year 199S, 74 awards were made. REGU~ONS, GU~EL~, AND L~TUR~ EDG~ regulation 34 CFR 6~. INFORMA~ON CO~A~: Re~onal or L~I O~ee: Not appli~ble. H~dqua~ers Office: Division of Student Se~ic~, Eduction Out- reach Br~ch, O~ce of Pos~econda~ Education, Depa~ment of Education, ~ Independence Ave., SW., Was~n~on, DC 20202- 5249. Contact: Prince O. Teal, Jr. Telephone: (202) 708~8~. Use the ~me number for ~S. RELA~D PROGR~IS: 84.~7, Federal Supplemen~ ~ucation~ Opportunity Gran~; 84.032. Federal Family Eduction Loans; 84.033, Federal Work-Study Progr~; 84.038, Federal Perk,s Loan Program--Federal ~pital Cont~butions; 84.~2, Student Suppo~ Services; 84.~, TRIO--Talent S~rch; 84.~7, TRIO--Upward Bound; 84.063, Feder~ Pell Grant Program; 84.103, Higher Education--~IO S~ff Tr~ning Pro~. EXAMPLES OF ~NDED PROJE~: Projects to univ~sities ~d agenci~ lo collect and dimeminate ~formation on financial and other msis~cc ~vailable to low-~come, ~t-genera~on college- bound ~ seeking to pursue posts~ondmy ~ucation ~d to ~sis* pa~cipants in prep~ng ~m~ion ~d financi~ aid appli~- tions. Some centem ~so provide tutor~g and teaseling for project participles that are not enrolled in ~ Upward Bound or Student Sup~m Se~ic~ proj~t. Centers are ~unded in me~opol- i~n, ~ban, and rurM areas. Applican~ define ~rget ~ea to se~ed. CRI~RIA FOR S~E~G PROPOSe: For new aw~ds the S~re~ry eomidem th~ Selection Cdte~a in 34 CFR ~.31. 84.069 STATE STUDENT INCENTIVES GRANTS (SSIG) FEDERAL AGENCY: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AUTHORIZATION: Higher Education Act of 1965, Tide IX', Part A, Subpart 4, Sectio~ 415A, B, C, D, and E, a~ amended, 20 U.S.C. I070c- I070c-4. OB,IECq'I~t--.S: To Fro%2de gra~ts to t~e States for use in programs of finandal assistance to e:igible I~Stsecondar3" *-t~de~.ts. TYPES OF ASSIST,~NC'E: Formula Gnats. U.ffF_.S ,~,'I) USE RESTRICTIONS: To rr2_ke ~¢,ra~ts cf ~Jp to start~,g ka fiscaI ~ear 19~3 fcr f~LI-tL-ne fredzced for Iess than full- time) attendan=e to students with su~sta.,uial finan~al need are enroEed at ix~stsecondaD~ in_~titati~.~ns. ELIGIBILITY RE Q LrlRF~MEN-I'S: Appl/eant Eliga%ility: The agency re.~l>2nsible for administering State's need-b~_~ed scholarship/grant program. The agen:y must be part of the State's agreement trader Section 1203. I-IEA to apply. U.S. Territories are also eligible to al~ply. Benefieitry Eifgibilit~: Postseeondary education students with sub- stantial financial need will benefit. Credeati~ls/Deeumentatlom A State application reviewed and ap- proved annually by the Secretary of Education qualifies the State for student award ftmds. States pay administrative cosk~. This pro- gram is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-87. APPLICATION AND AWARD PROCESS: Preal~ldieatiou Cuordinatiott: For technical assistance for States re- garding the State application, refer to ED Form 1288. This pro- gram is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-102. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372. ApIflleation Pracedure: The designated State student scholarship or grant assistance agency in each State annually applies for State al- lotments/reallotments of funds; refer to ED Form 1288. Eligible students annually apply to their State of residence for a grant under this program, if the State has received an allotment. Student applicants must follow the application procedures as directed by each State and must demonstrate substantial financial need to re- ceive a grant. This program is excluded from coverage under OMB Circular No. A-110. Award Procedure: The Office of Postseeondary Education awards grants to State student scholarship or grant assistance agencies for making grants or providing work-study financial assistance to stu- dents. Deadlines: Application forms are mailed annually to eligible State agencies at least a month before the closing date which is pub- lashed annually in the Federal Register. Students must submit an application according to deadlines established by the participating States. Rmtge of Al~l~ru~l/Disapl~ruval Time: From 30 to 45 days. Appeals: Appeals of final disapprovals can be made to the Secretary and may be subject to judicial review. Renewals: New State applications are required annually. ASSISTANCE CONSIDERATIONS: Formula ~d Matching Req~rements: Each State receives an allot- ment and possibly a reallotment of funds based upon the number of students it deems eligible to participate in the program relative to the total number of such students in all States; no State receives less than its fiscal year 1979 allotment (Section 415B(aXI), HEA). Maintenance of effort (MOE) requirements provide that annual State-appropriated expenditures in the program must not be I~s than the average for the previous three fiscal years (Section 415C(b)(8), HEA). States match Federal funds on at leust their MOE levea, but not less than a one-to-one basis, out of resources appropriated by the State which represent additional State grant expenditures over an established base year, defined as the second year before the State entered the SSIG Program (Section 415c(bx6), HEA). Length tml Time Phasing cf A~istmace: Funds are awarded for use by participating States for one award year at a time folIowing the year of application. POSI" ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS: Relmrts: Annual fLse.al performance report (ED Form 128~-1) and other reports as reqaired by the Secretary. Audit~: Records are examined by State or Federal auditors. Records: States must maintain records sufficient to iclentify stadent grants a~'arded kn compliance whh tl~,e program stayre and re- quirements concerning the exlrenclitare ~f Federal funds matc/-Ang State appropriated fun:Js. Records mast be retained for fi~.e ~/ears ~r ~antil completien ef Del:art.~ent a-~dit, ~kickever later. 771 TI57691595
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I~'L~A.~CZL&L INtO I~'vtATIO N: Ob~ffo=: (~) ~" 95 $~.~,~; ~" 95 ~t not ~ent o~ ~ 1996 ap~ropda~on f~r ~s $1,293,373. PR~ ACCO~~N~: In awed ye~ I99~, No,hem M~ Is~ds, ~d ~ Tr~st T~tory ~f Isl~ds (F~a~) received $72,42[,850 in allotment. ~e average s~e of ~h stud~t g~t ~ $1,086. Wi~ th~ ~¢deral appr~p~- fion match~ by S~¢ main~enance-of~ffo~ funds, 69~,010 den~ received ~an~ to a~nd public, p~va~e, and prop~y sch~Is dung the 1994-95 acad~ic ~G~A~ONS, GU~, ~ ~T~: 34 CFK 692 ~ro~ ~lafions) rei~ued J~y 14, 1981, ~end*d De,tuber 1, 1986, November 27, 1987, ~d J~u~y 28, 1994. Directory of S~te Agency OfficiM ~n~c~ (cuffen0. ~FO~ON CO~A~S: ~on~ or ~ Office: Program description ~d a List of S~te student schol~hip or ~sis~ce agenci~ av~lable ~ the ~u~- tion Depa~m~nt r¢~onal offices. Progr~ is administered from ~ Dep~ent's headq~e~. He~qu~e~ Offi~: Division of Policy Development, Policy, Train- ~g, ~d An~ys~ S~ce, S~dent F~ci~ A~ce Programs, Office of A~t S~re~ry for Pos~econda~ ~u~afion, D~- payment of ~u~on, Pall ~d S~te Grant Section, ~ Inde- pendence Ave., SW., W~gton, DC 20202-5~7. Con~ct: Fred H. Seflers. Telephone: (202) 708~7. Uso th~ ~e n~ber for ~S. ~ PR~S: ~.~7, Feder~ Supplemental ~ucation~ Op~unity Grants; 84.032, Feder~ Fully ~ucation Lo~s; 84.033, F~e~ Work-Study Progr~; 84.038, Federal Loan Pro~F¢detal ~pit~ Cont~bufions; 84.~3, Federal Poll Grit Program. E~PL~ OF ~DED PROJ~S: Not applicable. ~ FOR S~E~G PROPOSAl: Not applicable. ~.073 NA~ONAL DI~SION ~ORK ~D~ ~DERAL AGENt: OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FO~ EDUCATIONAL ~SEARCH AND IMPROVEME~, DEPART~ OF EDUCA~ON A~O~ON: Elemen~ry and Second~ ~u~tion Act of 1965, ~ ~end~, Title XIII, P~t B. O~~ To identify, validate, ~d di~eminate effective sch~l- wid~ pro~e¢~ ~d progr~ addr~ing the needs of hi~" pove~y ~h~, and progr~s wkh the capacity to offer high-qu~ity, sus- ~nod t~l ~is~ce for adoption by public and non-public edu~tion~ ins~tu~ons. ~ OF ~S~AN~: Project Gran~; Project Gran~ (Con- US~ ~ USE ~~ONS: Gr~ ~e aw~ded to dissem~a- tion vMida~ed exempla~ pro~s and pro~ing pracfic~ s~h~Is that seek ~dr adoption or implemen~tion. In addition, contracts ~e aw~ded for tec~c~ ~sis~ce to pro~s ~d for the id~tion ~f promising progr~. ~ Na~o~ D~sion Network includ~ ~ree ~nds of project gran~: 0) Develo~r Demo~trator or Ex~p~ progr~ ~D) ~ ~¢ awarded pro~ ~t ~v¢ Pro~ Eff~tiven~s P~el approv~ for p~- ~ ~f ~em~ ~orma~on about the~ progr~s ti~nwidc b~is; develop~g, ref~g ~d re~r~uc~ mate~s a~u~ approved progr~ ~fl providing ~ning ~d t~hni~ sis~ce; (2) S~tc Fa~li~tor (S~ ~ts ~e aw~d~ for p~ses of ~o~g State edu~on agmci~ (S~), Io~1 f~d~ ~h~, ~ ~ti~afi~ of ~Eh~ edu~fion OHE) ~pl~' ~u~fio~ pro~ in ~m Nafion~ Diff~ion Net- ~72 ~ f,:r ~hcc~ ~d cclleg~ ~g frr DD ~ntc~ to ~ro~isi:n cf ~c~ cff~ by DD ~te~: {3) one e~a~on pra~ to p~va~ ~h~,Is ~afioawid~ Tec~i~l As- sis~ce ~nt~c~ provide ~mimfion cxpe~ to those org~i- ~fio~ ~th Fro~ ~at We sho~ prorate cf bsing a~proved for di~e~na~on ~d provide o~h~r ~'i¢~ inducing ironing, pr~u~on md dism~u~on of ma~s, ~d tech~c~ support for grmte~. EHGIB~" ~Q~TS: A~li~t E~b~: Public ~d nonpro~t p~vale, organizations, or ins~tufions wi~ dcmo~uatcd cx~c in the ~c~ of applied education r~ch and pro~ d~e~afion. Applic~ for S~e Facilitator gr~ must bc lo~%ed in the S~te to be served. Appears for Develo~r DereGulator gran~ or Hxemplary pro- gr~ must have Progr~ E~ecfivene~ P~el approval. Benefi~ EH~: SE~, LEAs, BIA funded ~hooIs IH~, and other public ~d ~onprofit pdvale agenci~ org~i~tions, institu- tions, teachc~, ~d Mud~ts w~l bcnc~t. ~enfi~en~fion: Hone. ~PLICA~ON ~ AW~ PR~: Pr~ppH~flon ~or~fion: To ~ eligible for a Developer Demon- strator or Hxcmpl~ progr~ gr~, a program must have Pro- gr~ Effectiveness P~el approv~ prior $o the application closing date. ~is progr~ ~ cli~blc for coverage under E.G. 12372, 'Intcrgove~en~ Review of FederM Progr~." An applicant shoed co~ult the offi~ or official d~i~ated as the single point of con~ct in his or her S~tc for more info~afion on the process the S~te req~es to be followed in appl~ng for ~sistance, if the S~te h~ selected the progr~ for review. AppOrtion ProCure: Grant applications ~d contracl proposals should ~ s~t directly to the Department of Education. ~equ~B for Pro~sMs (~s) for Techni~ Assis~nce contacts are pub- lished in ~e Co~erce Busine~ D~ly. Requests for Applications for Hew Grant Awards arc published in the Fed~rM Register. Ap- pli~n~ should send their propo~s ~o the Department of ~uca- tion, Grants and Contracts Service, Application Control Center, ~ Independence Avenue, SW., KOB No, 3, Room 3633, W~h- ington, DC 20202~725. Awed ~ure: All propo~s are reviewed by a panel of gove~- ment ~d non-gove~ment expels and consul~n~ who make rec- ommendation. Dea~: D~dlines are publ~hed ~ the ~mmerce B~in~s Daily for conffacts and ~hc Fcde~ Register for grants. R~ge of Approv~hap~ov~ Time: ~rom 30 to 120 days. Ap~: Unsucc~sful contract applic~ts ~y request a clobbering by the Con~ac~ Offi~ in which s{renThs and wetness of their propels will ~ identified. RenewS: Project g~ts ~e us~ly awarded for a period not exc~d four ye~. Appli~tions to continue are submitted on an annum basis. Dead~n~ ~e announced by the pro~ o~ce. Re- new~ are subj~t to the av~lability of f~ds. A~I~ COHS~E~ONS: Fo~ ~d ~t~g R~ubem~: None. ~n~ ~d Time Ph~ing of ~ce: ~is~ is no,ally av~l- able for four y~ ~der HDH activities. R~ew~s are subj~$ to the av~lability of fun~. PO~ ~I~ ~Q~~: Re~: Repo~ on pro~s and ex~nditures in accord~ce wilh ~hc te~s of the contract or ~t. A~: ~e con~ac~g officeB or gr~ officers or their repr~nt- a~v~ shMl have audit and i~fion figh~ ~ accord~ce ~th ~e te~s of the contrac~ or R~or~: For contract, fin~c~ doc~men~ are Io ~ an~ ~he expiation of five y~ ~rom {he dale of ~nM payment accord~:c ~ ~e te~s of ~e contract. For ~, reco~s ~e to ~e ~r,~ for t~ree ~~ after s~I~n~ ~ m~n%~ned until r~ol~e~. T157691596

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