102 STAT. 256
PUBLIC LAW 100-297—APR. 28, 1988 the State agency which administers the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health block grant under part B of title XIX of the Public Health Service Act; "(7) provide assurances that the State educational agency will provide financial assistance under this part only to local and intermediate educational agencies and consortia which establish and implement drug abuse education and prevention programs in elementary and secondary schools; "(8) provide for an annual evaluation of the effectiveness of programs assisted under this part; and "(9) provide a description of how, where feasible, the alcohol and drug abuse programs will be coordinated with youth suicide prevention programs funded by the Federal Government, State and local governments, and nongovernmental agencies and organizations.
20 USC 3194.
"SEC. 5124. RESPONSIBILITIES OF STATE EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES. "(a)
GRANTS TO LOCAL AND INTERMEDIATE EDUCATIONAL AGEN-
CIES.—Each State educational agency shall use a sum which shall be not less than 90 percent of the amounts available under section 5121(b) for each fiscal year for grants to local and intermediate educational agencies and consortia in the State, in accordance with applications approved under section 5126. From such sum, the State educational agency shall distribute funds for use among areas served by local or intermediate educational agencies or consortia on the basis of the relative enrollments in public and private nonprofit schools within the areas served by such agencies. Any amount of the funds made available for use in any area remaining unobligated for more than 1 year after the funds were made available may be provided by the State educational agency to local or intermediate educational agencies or consortia having plans for programs or activities capable of using such amount on a timely basis. "(b) STATE PROGRAMS.—Each State educational agency shall use not more than 10 percent of the amounts available under section 5121(b) for each fiscal year for such activities as— "(1) training and technical assistance programs concerning drug abuse education and prevention for local and intermediate educational agencies, including teachers, administrators, athletic directors, other educational personnel, parents, local law enforcement officials, and judicial officials; "(2) the development, dissemination, implementation, and evaluation of drug abuse education curricular and teaching materials for elementary and secondary schools throughout the State; "(3) demonstration projects in drug abuse education and prevention; "(4) special financial assistance to enhance resources available for drug abuse education and prevention in areas serving large numbers of economically disadvantaged children or sparsely populated areas, or to meet special needs; and "(5) administrative costs of the State educational agency in carrying out its responsibilities under this part, not in excess of 2.5 percent of the amount available under section 5121(b).