Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 92 Part 2.djvu/1082
92 STAT. 2362
PUBLIC LAW 95-561—NOV. 1, 1978 "ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM TOR ADULT IMMIGRANTS
"SEC. 318. (a) The Commissioner is authorized to enter into grants and contracts with State and local education agencies and other public or private nonprofit agencies, organizations, or institutions to provide programs of adult education and adult basic education to immigrant adults in need of such services. Such grants and contracts may be used for— "(1) programs of instruction of adult immigrants in basic reading, mathematics, development, and enhancement of necessary skills, and promotion of literacy among adult immigrants for the purpose of enabling them to become productive members of American society; "(2) administrative costs of planning and operating such programs of instruction; " (3) educational support services which meet the need of adult immigrants including but not limited to guidance and counseling with regard to educational, career, and employment opportunities; and "(4) special projects designed to operate in conjunction with existing Federal and non-Federal programs and activities to develop occupational and related skills for individuals, particularly programs authorized under the Comprehensive EmployAnte, p. 1909. ment and Training Act of 1973 or under the Vocational 20 USC 2301 Education Act of 1963. note. "(b)(1) Any applicant for a grant or contract under this section Application shall first submit its application to the State educational agency. The submittal, review, State educational agency shall expeditiously review and make recomand mendations to the Commissioner regarding the quality of each such recommendations. application, consistent with the purposes of section 306(b) (12) and Ante, p. 2359. (13) of this title. A copy of the recommendations made by the State educational agency shall be simultaneously submitted to the applicant. "(2) Any applicant which has submitted an application in accordance with paragraph (1) of this subsection, which is dissatisfied with the action of the appropriate State educational agency may petition the Commissioner to request further consideration by the Commissioner of such application. "(c) Applications for a grant or contract under this section shall be submitted at such time, in such manner, and contain such information as the Commissioner may reasonably require. 20 USC 1204. "(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 305 and 307(a), Ante, p. 2359. the Commissioner shall pay all the costs of applications approved by him under this section. "(e) Not less than 50 per centum of the funds appropriated under this section shall be used by the Commissioner to enter into contracts with private nonprofit agencies, organizations, and institutions. Appropriation "(f) For the purposes of making grants and entering into contracts authorization. under this section, there is hereby authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary for fiscal year 1979 and each of the four succeeding fiscal years.". Grants and contracts. 20 USC 1211c.
PART B—HIGHER EDUCATION TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAMS
20 USC 1119.
SEC. 1321. (a)(1) Section 531 of the Higher Education Act of 1965 is amended by striking out "and for each of the fiscal years ending