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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

98 STAT. 2458

PUBLIC LAW 98-524—OCT. 19, 1984 "USES OF FUNDS

20 USC 2352. Ante, p. 2438.

"SEC. 302. (a) From the portion of the allotment of each State under section 101 available for this part, each State shall provide financial assistance to joint programs of eligible recipients and community-based organizations within the State for the conduct of special vocational education services and activities described in subsection (b). "(b) Funds provided under this section may be used in accordance with State plans for— "(1) outreach programs to facilitate the entrance of youth into a program of transitional services and subsequent entrance into vocational education, employment or other education and training; "(2) transitional services such as attitudinal and motivational prevocational training programs; "(3) prevocational educational preparation and basic skills development conducted in cooperation with business concerns; "(4) special prevocational preparations programs targeted to inner-city youth, non-English speaking youth, Appalachian youth, and the youth of other urban and rural areas having a high density of poverty who need special prevocational education programs; "(5) career intern programs; "(6) assessment of students needs in relation to vocational education and jobs; and "(7) guidance and counseling to assist students with occupational choices and with the selection of a vocational education program. "PART B—CONSUMER AND HOMEMAKER EDUCATION "CONSUMER AND HOMEMAKER EDUCATION GRANTS

20 USC 2361.

"SEC. 311. From the portion of the allotment of each State under section 101 available for this part, the Secretary is authorized to make grants to States to assist them in conducting consumer and homemaker education programs. Such programs may include (1) instructional programs, services, and activities that prepare youth and adults for the occupation of homemaking, and (2) instruction in the areas of food and nutrition, consumer education, family living and parenthood education, child development and guidance, housing, home management (including resource management), and clothing and textiles. "USE OF FUNDS FROM CONSUMER AND HOMEMAKER EDUCATION GRANTS

20 USC 2362. Ante, p. 2449.

"SEC. 312. (a) Grants to any State under this part shall be used, in accordance with State plans approved under section 114— "(1) to conduct programs in economically depressed areas; "(2) to encourage participation of traditionally underserved populations; (3) to encourage the elimination of sex bias and sex stereotyping; (4) to improve, expand, and update programs with an emphasis on those which specifically address needs described under clauses (1), (2), and (3); and