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PUBLIC LAW 95-561—NOV. 1, 1978 rates of unemployment, adults with limited English language skills, and institutionalized adults; "(2) provide for the administration of the program by the State educational agency; "(3) describe the procedures the State will use to ensure that in carrying out such program there will be adequate consultation, cooperation, and coordination among the State educational agency, State manpower service councils. State occupational information systems, and other agencies, organizations, and institutions in the State which operate employment and training programs or other educational or training programs for adults; and for coordination of programs carried on under this title with other programs, including reading improvement programs, designed to provide reading instruction for adults carried on by State and local agencies; "(4) identify (A) the needs of the population of the State for services authorized under this title, (B) the other resources in the State available to meet those needs, and (C) the goals the State will seek to achieve in meeting those needs over the period covered by the plan; " (5) provide that such agency will make available not to exceed 20 per centum of the State's allotment for programs of equivalency for a certificate of graduation from a secondary school; "(6) provide such fiscal control and fund accounting procedures as may be necessary to assure proper disbursement of and accounting for Federal funds paM the State under this title (including such funds paid by the State to local educational agencies and public or private nonprofit agencies, organizations, and institutions); "(7) describe the means by which the delivery of adult education services will be significantly expanded through the use of agencies, institutions, and organizations other than the public school systems, such as business, labor unions, libraries, institutions of higher education, public health authorities, antipoverty programs, and community organizations; "(8) describe the means by which representatives of business and industry, labor unions, public and private educational agencies and institutions, churches, fraternal and voluntary organizations, community organizations. State and local manpower and training agencies, and representatives of special adult populations, including residents of rural areas, residents of urban areas with high rates of unemployment, adults with limited English language skills, and institutionalized adults, and other entities in the State concerned with adult education have been involved in the development of the plan and will continue to be involved in carrying out the plan, especially with regard to the expansion of the delivery of adult education services through those agencies, institutions, and organizations; "(9) describe the efforts to be undertaken by the State to assist adult participation in adult education programs through flexible course schedules, convenient locations, adequate transportation, and meeting child care needs; "(10) provide that special emphasis be given to adult basic education programs except where such needs are shown to have been met in the State;