New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Chapter XXI - Annual Program Plans
Part 2302 - Fiscal Year 1978 Annual Program Plan For Libraries And Learning Resources And Educational Innovation And Support
Section 2302.20 - Purposes-part c: educational innovation and support

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 38, September 21, 2022

Funds received under section 402(a)(2) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act for part C will be expended for administration of the annual program plan and for the following purposes:

(a) Supplementary educational centers. For supplementary educational centers and services to stimulate and assist in the provision of vitally needed educational services (including preschool education, special education, compensatory education, vocational education, education of gifted and talented children, and dual enrollment programs) not available in sufficient quantity or quality, and to stimulate and assist in the development and establishment of exemplary elementary and secondary school programs (including the remodeling, lease or construction of necessary facilities) to serve as models for regular school programs.

(b) Nutrition and health services. For the support of demonstration projects by local educational agencies designed to improve nutrition and health services in public and private elementary and secondary schools serving areas with high concentrations of children from low-income families, and such projects may include payment of the cost of (1) coordinating nutrition and health service resources in the areas to be served by a project, (2) providing supplemental health, mental health, nutritional, and food services available to children from low-income families when the resources for such services available to the applicant from other sources are inadequate to meet the needs of such children, (3) nutrition and health programs designed to train professional and other school personnel to provide nutrition and health services in a manner which meets the needs of children from low-income families for such services, and (4) the evaluation of projects assisted with respect to their effectiveness in improving school nutrition and health services for such children.

(c) Strengthening leadership in State and local educational agencies. For strengthening the leadership resources of State and local educational agencies, and for assisting those agencies in the establishment and improvement of programs to identify and meet educational needs of States and of local school districts.

(d) Dropout prevention. For making arrangements with local educational agencies for the carrying out by such agencies, in schools which (1) are located in urban or rural areas, (2) have a high percentage of children from low-income families, and (3) have a high percentage of such children who do not complete their secondary school education, of demonstration projects involving the use of innovative methods, systems, materials, or programs which show promise of reducing the number of such children who do not complete their secondary school education.

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