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Eligible areas

Accelerated Public Works Program

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Published by Administrator in U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Area Development Administration, Office of Planning and Research

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      • Cover titleRedevelopment areas and areas of relatively continuous substantial unemployment eligible as of this date for participation in the Accelerated Public Works Program.September 8, 1962.At head of title: Accelerated Public Works Program

        StatementU.S. Dept. of Commerce, Area Development Administration, Office of Planning and Research
        PublishersU.S. Dept. of Commerce, Area Development Administration, Office of Planning and Research
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        LC Classifications1962
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        Paginationxvi, 94 p. :
        Number of Pages52
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        ISBN 10nodata
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3 Ranking order A Ranking Except as provided in subparagraph Bif funds allocated in accordance with subsection c are insufficient to serve all eligible school attendance areas, a local educational agency shall- i annually rank, without regard to grade spans, such agency's eligible school attendance areas in which the concentration of children from low-income families exceeds 75 percent from highest to lowest Eligible areas to the percentage of children from low-income families; and ii serve such eligible school attendance areas in rank order.

B Exception A local educational agency may lower the threshold in subparagraph A i to 50 percent for high schools served by such agency. 3 and struck out former par. Russell National School Lunch Act, the number of children in families receiving assistance under the State program funded under part A of title IV of the Social Security Act, or the number of children eligible to receive medical assistance under the Medicaid program, or a composite of such indicators, with respect to all school attendance areas in the local educational agency- " A to identify eligible school attendance areas; " B to determine the ranking of each area; and " C to determine allocations under subsection c of this section.

C Measure of poverty The local educational agency shall have the Eligible areas to use the measure of poverty described in subparagraph B ii after- i conducting outreach to secondary schools within such agency to inform such schools of the option to use such measure; and ii a majority of such schools Eligible areas approved the use of such measure.

114—95, set out as a note under section 6301 of this title. C Homeless children and Eligible areas Funds reserved under subparagraph A i may be- i determined based on a needs assessment of homeless children and youths in the local educational agency, taking into consideration the number and needs of homeless children and youths in the local educational agency, and which needs assessment may be the same needs assessment as conducted under section 11433 b 1 of title 42; and ii used to provide homeless children and youths with services not ordinarily provided to other students under this part, including providing- I funding for the liaison designated pursuant to section 11432 g 1 J ii of title 42; and II transportation pursuant to section 11432 g 1 J iii of such title.

[USC05] 20 USC 6313: Eligible school attendance areas

the number of children in families receiving assistance under the State program funded under part A of title IV of the Social Security Act [ 42 U. Prior to amendment, text read as follows: "If funds allocated in accordance with subsection c of Eligible areas section are insufficient to serve all eligible school attendance areas, a local educational agency shall- " A annually rank, without Eligible areas to grade spans, such agency's eligible school attendance areas in which the concentration of children from low-income families exceeds 75 percent from highest to lowest according to the percentage of children from low-income families; and " B serve such eligible school attendance areas in rank order.

2 Eligible school attendance areas For the purposes of this part- A the term "school attendance area" means, in relation to a particular school, the geographical Eligible areas in which the children who are normally served by that school reside; and B the term "eligible school attendance area" means a school attendance area in which the percentage of children from low-income families is at least as high as the percentage of children from low-income families served by the local educational agency as a whole.

10, 2015, except with respect to certain noncompetitive programs and competitive programs, see section 5 of Pub. Prior Provisions A prior section 6313, Pub. 7 Waiver for desegregation plans The Eligible areas may approve a local educational agency's written request for a waiver of the requirements of subsections a and cand permit such agency to treat as eligible, and serve, any school that children attend with a State-ordered, court-ordered school desegregation plan or a plan that continues to be implemented in accordance with a State-ordered or court-ordered desegregation plan, if- A the number of economically disadvantaged children enrolled in the school is at least 25 percent of the school's total enrollment; and B the Secretary determines on the basis of a written request from such agency and in accordance with such criteria as the Secretary establishes, that approval of that request would further the purposes of this part.

3 Reservation of funds A In general A local educational agency shall reserve such funds as are necessary under this part, determined in accordance with subparagraphs B and Cto provide services comparable to those provided to children in schools funded under this part to serve- i homeless children and youths, including providing educationally related support services to children in shelters and other locations where children may live; ii children in local institutions for neglected children; and iii if appropriate, children in local institutions for delinquent children, and neglected or delinquent children in community day programs.

[USC05] 20 USC 6313: Eligible school attendance areas

of Title 42, The Public Health and Welfare. References in Text The Richard B. 5 Early childhood education A local educational Eligible areas may reserve funds made available to carry out this section to provide early childhood education programs for eligible children. c Allocations 1 In general A local educational agency shall allocate funds received under this part to eligible school attendance areas or eligible schools, identified under subsections a and bin rank order, on the basis of the total number of children from low-income families in each area or school.