Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 104 Part 4.djvu/817

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PUBLIC LAW 101-610—NOV. 16, 1990 104 STAT. 3133 (D) devising appropriate methods for research and evaluation of the educational value of youth service opportunities and the effect of youth service programs on communities; (E) establishing effective outreach and dissemination to ensure the broadest possible involvement of nonprofit community-based organizations and youth-service agencies with demonstrated effectiveness in their communities; and (F) integration of service-learning into academic curricula; (2) the implementation, operation, or expansion of statewide, school-based service-learning programs through State distribution of Federal funds made available under this subtitle to projects and activities coordinated and operated by local partnerships among— (A) local educational agencies; and (B) one or more community partners that— (i) shall include a public or private nonprofit organization that will laake service opportunities available for participants, and that is representative of the community in which such services will be provided; and (ii) may include a private for-profit business organization or private elementary and secondary school; (3) the implementation, operation, or expansion of community service programs for school dropouts, out-of-school youth, and other youth through State distribution of Federal funds made available under this subtitle to projects and activities coordinated and operated by local partnerships among— (A) one or more public or private nonprofit organizations that work with disadvantaged youth; and (B) one or more community partners that shall include a public or private nonprofit organization that will make service opportunities available for participants; and (4) the implementation, operation, or expansion of programs involving adult volunteers in schools, or partnerships of schools and public or private organizations, to improve the education of at-risk students, school dropouts, and out-of-school youth through State distribution of Federal funds made available under this part to projects and activities coordinated and operated by local partnerships among— (A) local education agencies; and (B) one or more public or private nonprofit organization or private for-profit business. (b) DIRECT GRANTS.— In any fiscal year in which a State does not participate in programs under this subtitle, the Commission may use the allotment of that State to make direct grants for the purposes described in subsection (a) to local applicants in that State. The Commission shall apply the criteria described in section 114 in evaluating such local applications. SEC. 112. ALLOTMENTS. 42 USC 12522. (a) RESERVATIONS. — Of the amounts appropriated to carry out this Teirttories. subtitle for any fiscal year, the Commission shall reserve not more than 1 percent for payments to Indian tribes, Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and