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Citation: 102 Stat. 1988Content downloaded/printed fromHeinOnline (http://heinonline.org)Thu Apr 16 12:15:35 2009-- Your use of this HeinOnline PDF indicates your acceptanceof HeinOnline's Terms and Conditions of the licenseagreement available at http://heinonline.org/HOL/License-- The search text of this PDF is generated fromuncorrected OCR text.
 
PUBLIC
LAW
100-418-AUG.
23,1988
Disadvantaged
persons.
Schools
and
colleges.
Employment
and
unemployment.
modern
technicalandlaboratoryequipment
in
oureducational
institutions;
(5)
restoringour
competitiveness
andenhancing
our
productivity
will
require
that
all
workers
possess
basic
edu-
cational
skills
and
that
manyothers
possess
highly
specific
skills
in
mathematics,
science,foreign
languages,
and
voca-
tional
areas;
and
(6)
ourNationmust
recognize
the
substantial
impact
that
aninvestment
in
humancapital
will
have
on
increasing
productivity.
(b)
PuRPosE.-It
is
therefore
the
purpose
of
this
title
to
establishprograms
designed-
(1)
to
enhance
ongoing
efforts
in
elementaryand
secondaryeducation;
(2)
to
improve
ourproductivity
andcompetitive
positionby
investing
in
human
capital;
(3)
to
assist
out-of-school
youthand
adults
who
are
function-
ally
illiterate
in
obtaining
the
basic
skills
neededfor
them
to
become
productiveworkers
in
acompetitive
economy;
(4)
tohelpeducational
institutions
prepare
those
engaged
in
work
relating
to
mathematics,
science,
and
foreign
languages
by
improving
andexpanding
instruction
inthose
areas
and
by
modernizing
laboratoryand
technical
equipment;
(5)
to
enhance
the
skills
of
workers
affected,or
about
to
be
affected,
byeconomic
change,
in
order
to
prevent
dislocation
withinexisting
industries
and
to
strengthen
emerging
domestic
industries;
and
(6)
toaccomplish
suchpurposes
withoutimpairing
the
avail-
ability
of
funds
to
carry
out
existingprograms
that
address
the
needs
of
dislocated
workers,such
as
previously
authorized
edu-cation
programs.
20
USC
5003.
SEC.
6003.
DEFINITIONS.
As
used
in
this
title-
(1)
The
term
"foreign
language
instruction"
means
instruc-
tionin
critical
foreign
languages
asdefined
by
theSecretary.
(2)
The
term
"institution
of
higher
education"
has
the
samemeaning
given
that
term
by
section
1201(a)
of
the
Higher
Education
Act
of
1965.
(3)
The
terms
"local
educational
agency"
and
"State
edu-
cational
agency"
have
the
same
meaning
given
such
terms
under
section
198
of
the
Elementary
and
Secondary
Education
Actof
1965.
(4)
The
term"Secretary"means
the
Secretary
of
Education.
(5)
The
term
"State"
means
any
of
the
several
States,
the
Commonwealth
of
Puerto
Rico,
the
District
of
Columbia,
Guam,American
Samoa,
the
VirginIslands,
theNorthern
Mariana
Islands,
andthe
Trust
Territory
of
the
Pacific
Islands.
20
USC
5004.
SEC.
6004.
GENERALPROVISIONS.
(a)
GRANT
REQUIREMENTS.'-The
Secretaryshallensure,with
respect
to
grants
provided
under
subtitles
A
and
B,
that-
Women.
(1)
services
assisted
by
funds
received
under
such
grants
shall
Minorities.
be
made
available
to
historicallyunderrepresentedand
under-
Handicapped
served
populations
of
students,
including
females,
minorities,
persons.
handicappedindividuals,individualswithlimited
English
pro-
ficiency,
and
migrantstudents;
102
STAT.
1470
HeinOnline -- 102 Stat. 1470 1988
 
PUBLIC
LAW
100-418-AUG.
23,1988
(2)
the terms
"training"
and "instruction"
are
interpreted
to
include
training
andinstructionthrough
telecommunicationstechnologies,
including
the
full
range
of
current
and
new
tech-
nologies
that
can
be
usedfor
educational
purposes,such
as
television
broadcasts,
closed
circuit
television
systems,
cable
television,
satellitetransmissions,
computers,
VHS,
laser
discs,
and
audio
by
discs,
tapes,or
broadcast,
and
such
other
video
and
telecommunicationstechnologies
that
alone
or
in
combination
can
assist in teachingand
learning;,
and
(3)
where
appropriate,
programs
funded
undersubtitles
A
and
B
shall
be
coordinated
with
other
federallyfundededucation
and
training
programs.
(b)
ADDmONAL
EuGIBLE
INSTITUTIONS.-For
purposes
of any
pro-
gram
authorized
by
subtitle
A
or
B,
institutions
eligibleto
partici-
pateshall
include
any
accredited
proprietaryinstitution
providing
a
programofless
than
six
monthsduration
that
is
otherwise
eligible
toparticipatein
any
program
undersubtitle
A
or
B.
(c)
BuDGorr
LIMrrATIN.-TheSecretary
may
not make
grants
or
enter
into
contractsundersubtitle
A,
B,
or
C
except
to
such
extent,or
in
such
amounts,as
may
be provided
in
appropriation
Acts.
Subtitle
A-Elementary
and
Secondary
State and
local
governments.
Education
CHAPTER
1-MATHEMATICS
AND
SCIENCE
SEC.
6005.MATHEMATICS
AND
SCIENCE
EDUCATION
REAUTHORIZED.
Section
203(b)
of
the
Education
forEconomic
Security
Act
is
20
USC
3963.
amendedto
read
as
follows:
"(b)
There
are
authorized
to
be
appropriated
$175,000,000
for
the
Appropriation
fiscal
year
1988
tocarryoutthe
provisionsof
thistitle.".
authorization.
CHAPTER
2-ADULT
LITERACY
SEC.
6011.
WORKPLACELITERACY
PARTNERSHIPS
GRANTS
(a)
ESTABLISHMENT
OF
GRANT
PROGRAM.-The
Adult
EducationAct
is
amended
by
insertingafter
section
315
the
following
newsection:
"BUSINESS,INDUSTRY,
LABOR,
AND
EDUCATION
PARTNERSHIPS
FOR
WORKPLACE
LITERACY
"SEC.
316.
(a)
GRAwrS
FOR
EXEMPLARY
DEMONSTRATION
PARTNER-
SHIPS
FOR
WORKPLACE
LITERCY.-(1)
Subject
to
subsection
(b),
the
Secretarymaymake demonstration
grants
to
exemplary
education
partnerships
for
workplace
literacy
to pay
the
Federal
share
of
the
cost
of
adult
educationprograms
which
teachliteracy
skills
needed
in
the
workplace
throughpartnerships
between-
"(A)
business,
industry,
or
labor
organizations,
orprivateindustry
councils;
and
"(B)
State
educational
agencies,
local
educational
agencies,
institutions
of
higher
education,
or
schools
(includingemploy-
mentand
training
agencies
or community-basedorganizationsK
"(2)
Grantsunderparagraph
(1)
may
be
used-
102
STAT.
1471
HeinOnline -- 102 Stat. 1471 1988

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