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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

102 STAT. 306

PUBLIC LAW 100-297—APR. 28, 1988 educational programs, services, or activities provided under this title are coordinated with and not duplicative of services, programs, or activities made available to adults under other Federal, State, and local programs, including the Job Training Partnership Act, the Carl D. Perkins Vocational Education Act, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Education of the Handicapped Act, the Indian Education Act, the Higher Education Act of 1965, and the Domestic Volunteer Service Act. "(4)(A) The State educational agency shall give preference to those applicants who have demonstrated or can demonstrate a capability to recruit and serve educationally disadvantaged adults. "(B) The provisions of subparagraph (A) shall apply in any fiscal year in which the amount appropriated for basic State grants under this subpart exceeds the amounts available for such grants in fiscal year 1988. "(b) LIMITATIONS ON USE OF FUNDS.—

"(1) Not less than 10 percent of the funds paid to a State under subsection (a) shall be used for corrections education and education for other institutionalized individuals in accordance with subpart 2. "(2) Not more than 20 percent of a State's allotment shall be used for programs of equivalency for a certificate of graduation from a secondary school. 20 USC 1203b.


"(a) Of the funds provided by the State agency to eligible recipients, at least 95 percent must be expended for provision of adult education instructional activities. The remainder shall be used for planning, administration, personnel development, and interagency coordination. "(b) In cases where the administrative cost limits under subsection (a) would be insufficient for adequate planning, administration, evaluation, and coordination of programs supported under this Act, the State agency shall negotiate with the local grant recipient in order to determine an adequate level of funds to be used for noninstructional purposes. "Subpart 2—Programs for Corrections Education and Education for Other Institutionalized Individuals 20 USC 1204.


"Funds set aside under section 322(b)(1) by a State shall be used for the cost of educational programs for criminal offenders in corrections institutions and for other institutionalized individuals, including— "(1) academic programs for— "(A) basic education with special emphasis on reading, writing, vocabulary, and arithmetic; "(B) special education programs as defined by State law; "(C) bilingual or English as a second language programs; and "(D) secondary school credit programs; "(2) vocational training programs; "(3) library development and library service programs; "(4) corrections education programs, training for teacher personnel specializing in corrections education, particularly