PUBLIC LAW 8 5 - 8 5 7 - S E P T. 2, 1958
[72 S T A T.
§ 1721. Final approval of application The Administrator shall hiially approve an application if he hnds (1) that section 17^0 of this title has been complied with, (2) that the proposed program of education constitutes a "program of education" as that term is defined in this chapter, (3) that the eligible person is not already qualified, by reason of previous education or training, for the educational, professional, or vocational objective for which the courses of the program of education are offered, and (4) that it does not appear that the pursuit of such program would violate any provision of this chapter. § 1722. Change of program An eligible person, with the concurrence of his parent or guardian, may request changes in his program. The Administrator shall approve an initial change of program, and may approve not more than one additional change, if he finds that— (1) the program of education which the eligible person proposes to pursue is suitable to his aptitudes, interests, and abilities; and (2) in any instance where the eligible person has interrupted, or failed to progress in, his program due to his own misconduct, his own neglect, or his own lack of application, there exists a reasonable likelihood with respect to the program which the eligible person proposes to pursue that there will not be a recurrence of such an interruption or failure to progress. § 1723. Disapproval of enrollment in certain courses (a)(1) The Administrator shall not approve the enrollment of an eligible person in any bartending course, dancing course, or personality development course. (2) The Administrator shall not approve the enrollment of an eligible person— (A) in any photography course or entertainment course; or (B) in any music course—instrumental or vocal—public speaking course, or course in sports or athletics such as horseback riding, swimming, fishing, skiing, golf, baseball, tennis, bowling, sports officiating, or other sport or athletic courses, except courses of applied music, physical education, or public speaking which are offered by institutions of higher learning for credit as an integral part of a program leading to an educational objective; or (C) in any other type of course which the Administrator finds to be avocational or recreational in character; unless the eligible person submits justification showing that the course will be of bona fide use in the pursuit of his present or contemplated business or occupation. (b) The Administrator shall not approve the enrollment of an eligible person in any course of flight training other than one given by an educational institution of higher learning for credit toward a standard college degree the eligible person is seeking. (c) The Administrator shall not approve the enrollment of an eligible person in any course of apprentice or other training on the job, any course of institutional on-farm training, any course to be pursued by correspondence, television, or radio, or any course to be pursued at an educational institution not located in a State or in the Republic of the Philippines. (d) The Administrator shall not approve the enrollment of an eligible person in any course which is to be pursued as a part of his regular secondary school education, but this subsection shall not prevent the enrollment of an eligible person in a course to be pursued