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106 STAT. 760 PUBLIC LAW 102-325—JULY 23, 1992 continue to conduct a cooperative education program without Federal assistance; (D) encourage model cooperative education programs which furnish education and training in occupations in which there is a national need; "(E) support partnerships under which an institution carrying out a comprehensive cooperative education program joms with one or more institutions of higher education in order to (i) assist the institution other than the comprehensive cooperative education institution to develop and expand an existing program of cooperative education, or (ii) establish and improve or expand comprehensive cooperative education programs; and "(F) encourage model cooperative education programs in the fields of science and mathematics for women and minorities who are underrepresented in such fields from the amounts available in each fiscal year under section 802(b)(4); and "(3) the conduct of research relating to cooperative education, from the amounts available in each fisced year under section 802(b)(5).
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"(1) IN GENERAL.— To carry out this section, the Secretary may— "(A) make grants to or contracts with institutions of higher education, or combinations of such institutions; and (B) make grants to or contracts with other public or private nonprofit agencies or organizations, whenever such grants or contracts will make an especially significant contribution to attaining the objectives of this section. "(2) LIMITATION. —(A) The Secretary may not use more than 3 percent of the amount appropriated to carry out this section in each fiscal year to enter into contracts described in paragraph (I)(A). "(B) The Secretary may use not more than 3 percent of the amount appropriated to carry out this section in each fiscal year to enter into contracts described in paragraph (1)(B). "(c) SUPPLEMENT NOT SUPPLANT. —^A recipient of a grant or contract under this section may use the funds provided only so as to supplement and, to the extent possible, increase the level of funds that woiild, in the absence of such funds, be made available from non-Federal sources to csirry out the activities supported by such grant or contract, and in no case to supplant such funds from non-Federal sources.". TITLE IX—GRADUATE PROGRAMS SEC. 901. GRADUATE PROGRAMS. Title IX of the Act (20 U.S.C. 1134 et seq.) is amended to read as follows:
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20 USC 1134. ' ' SEC. 901. PURPOSE AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS. "(a) PURPOSE.— It is the purpose of this title to—�