Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 2.djvu/182

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106 STAT. 1062 PUBLIC LAW 102-367 —SEPT. 7, 1992 "(1) IN GENERAL. —^A service delivery area shall expend funds (available under this Act or otherwise available to the service delivery area) for basic and remedial education and training as described in the job training plan under section 104. "(2) EDUCATION OR TRAINING.— The education and training authorized by paragraph (1) may be provided by— "(A) the year-round program under part C; "(B) the Job Corps; "(C) the JOBS program; "(D) youth corps programs; "(E) alternative or secondary schools; or "(F) other education and training programs. "(c) ASSESSMENT AND SERVICE STRATEGY.— "(1) ASSESSMENT.— "(A) IN GENERAL.— Except as provided in subparagraph (B), the programs under this part shall include an objective assessment of the basic skills and supportive services needs of each participant, which may include a review of occupational skills, prior work experience, employability, interests, and aptitudes. "(B) RECENT ASSESSMENT. —^A new assessment, or a factor of such assessment, of a participant is not required if the program determines it is appropriate to use a recent assessment of the participant conducted pursuant to another education or training program (such as the JOBS program or a regular high school academic program). " (2) SERVICE STRATEGY. — "(A) IN GENERAL.— Except as provided in subparagraph (B), the programs under this part shall include a service strategy for participants, which may identify achievement objectives, appropriate employment goals, and appropriate services for participants, taking into account the assessments conducted under paragraph (1). "(B) RECENT SERVICE STRATEGY.— ^A new service strategy for a participant is not required if the program determines it is appropriate to use a recent service strategy developed for the participant under another education or training program (such as the JOBS program or a regular high school academic program). "(d) FoLLOWUP SERVICES.—Service delivery areas shall make followup services available for participants if the service strategy indicates such services are appropriate. 29 USC 1633. "SEC. 254. LIMITATIONS. " (a) USE DURING SUMMER MONTHS OR EQUIVALENT VACATION PERIOD.— "(1) SUMMER MONTHS.—Except as provided in paragraph (2), programs under this part shall be conducted during the summer months. "(2) VACATION PERIOD. —^A service delivery area may, within the jurisdiction of any local educational agency that operates schools on a year-round, full-time basis, offer the programs under this part to participants during a vacation period treated as the equivalent of a summer vacation. "(b) ELIGIBILITY. —An individual shall be eligible to participate in the program assisted under this part if such individual— "(1) is age 14 through 21; and