PUBLIC LAW 98-524—OCT. 19, 1984
98 STAT. 2491
Report on American High Schools, the National Science Boards' Report on Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, and others. (2) The agenda so developed shall take into account that it shall be the purpose of the Conference to create national bipartisan support for education at all levels of government, and to make recommendations for the development of viable local. State, and national intergovernmental and intragovernmental cooperation in education to make the most efficient use of funds from all levels of government. (3) The agenda shall also provide for procedures for determining national consensus regarding types of strategies to be used and the appropriate levels of government to have primary responsibility for implementing educational policy. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY
SEC. 6. It is the sense of the Congress that effective vocational 20 USC 2301 education programs are essential to our future as a free and demo- ^o*^^ ' cratic society; that such programs are best administered by local communities, and community colleges school boards, where the primacy of parental control can be emphasized with a minimum of Federal interference; and that as a means to strengthening vocational education and training programs, nongovernmental alternatives promoting links between public school needs and private sector sources of support should be encouraged and implemented. JOB TRAINING REGULATIONS
SEC. 7. Notwithstanding section 629.38(e)(2)(iii) of title 20 of the 29 USC I55i Code of Federal Regulations, relating to allowable training costs note. under the Job Training Partnership Act, payment for training 29 USC I50i packages purchased competitively pursuant to section 141(d)(3) of note. such Act in the case of youth shall include payment for the full unit 29 USC I55i. price if the training results in either placement in unsubsidized employment or the attainment of an outcome specified in section 106(b)(2)ofsuchAct. Approved October 19, 1984.
LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—H.R. 4164 (S. 2341): HOUSE REPORTS: No. 98-612 (Comm. on Education and Labor) and No. 98-1129 (Comm. of Conference). SENATE REPORT No. 98-507 accompanying S. 2341 (Comm. on Labor and Human R©sou.rc©s) CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 130 (1984): Mar. 7, 8, considered and passed House. Aug. 8, considered and passed Senate, amended, in lieu of S. 2341. Oct. 3, Senate agreed to conference report. Oct. 4, House agreed to conference report.