Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 2.djvu/183

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PUBLIC LAW 102-367 —SEPT. 7, 1992 106 STAT. 1063 " (2)(A) is economically disadvantaged; or "(B) has been determined to meet the eligibility requirements for free meals under the National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1751 et seq.) during the most recent school year. "(c) CoNCURRE^^^ ENROLLMENT.— "(1) IN GENERAL. —An eligible individued participating in a program assisted under this part may concurrently be enrolled in programs under part C. Appropriate adjustment to the youth performance standards (regarding attainment of competencies) under paragraphs (4)(A)(i) and (5) of section 106(b) shall be made to reflect the limited period of participation. "(2) CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT AND TRANSFERS.— Youth being served under this part or part C youth programs are not required to be terminated from participation in one program in order to enroll in the other. The Secretary shall provide guidance to service delivery areas on simplified procedures for concurrent enrollment and transfers for youth from one program to the other. "SEC. 255. APPLICABLE PROVISIONS. 29 USC 1634. "(a) COMPARABLE FUNCTIONS OF AGENCIES AND OFFICIALS.— Private industry councils established under title I, chief elected officials, State job training coordinating councils, and Governors shall have the same authority, duties, and responsibilities with respect to planning and administration of funds available under this part as the private industry councils, chief elected officials. State job training coordinating councils, and Governors have with respect to funds available under parts A and C. "(b) PROGRAM GOALS AND OBJECTIVES. —Each service delivery area shall establish written program goals and objectives that shall be used for evaluating the effectiveness of programs conducted under this part. Such goals and objectives may include— "(1) improvement in school retention and completion; "(2) improvement in academic performance, including mathematics and reading comprehension; "(3) improvement in employability skills; and "(4) demonstrated coordination with other community service organizations such as local educational agencies, law enforcement agencies, and drug and alcohol abuse prevention and treatment programs.". SEC. 205. SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM TRANSFER OF FUNDS. Title II of the Act (as amended by the preceding sections) is further amended by adding at the end the following: "SEC. 256. TRANSFER OP FUNDS. 29 USC 1635. "A service delivery area may transfer up to 10 percent of the funds provided under this part to the program under part C if such transfer is approved by the Governor.". -"" SEC. 206. YOUTH TRAINING PROGRAM. Title II of the Act (as amended by the preceding sections) is further amended by adding at the end the following: