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PUBLIC LAW 103-382—OCT. 20, 1994 108 STAT. 3599 "(7) as appropriate, a description of any pari;nerships with local businesses to develop training and mentoring services for participating students; "(8) as appropriate, a description of how the progreim will involve parents in efforts to improve the educational achievement of their children, assist in dropout prevention activities, and prevent the involvement of their children in delinquent activities; "(9) a description of how the program under this subpart will be coordinated with other Federal, State, and local programs, such as programs under the Job Training and Partnership Act and vocational education programs serving this at-risk population of youth; "(10) a description of how the program will be coordinated with programs operated under the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974 and other comparable programs, if applicable; (11) as appropriate, a description of how schools will work with probation officers to assist in meeting the needs of youth returning from correctional facilities; "(12) a description of efforts participating schools will make to ensure correctional facilities working with youth are aware of a child's existing individualized education program; and "(13) as appropriate, a description of the steps participating schools will take to find alternative placements for youth interested in continuing their education but unable to participate in a regular public school program. "SEC. 1424. USES OF FUNDS. 20 USC 6454. "Funds provided to local educational agencies under this subpart may be used, where appropriate, for— "(1) dropout prevention programs which serve youth at educational risk, including pregnant and parenting teens, youth who have come in contact with the juvenile justice system, youth at least one year behind their expected grade level, migrant youth, immigrant youth, students with limited-English proficiency and gang members; "(2) the coordination of health and social services for such individuals if there is a likelihood that the provision of such services, including day care and drug and alcohol counseling, will improve the likelihood such individuals will complete their education; and "(3) programs to meet the unique education needs of youth at risk of dropping out of school, which may include vocational education, special education, career counseling, and assistance in securing student loans or grants. "SEC. 1425. PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS FOR CORRECTIONAL FACILI- Contracts. TIES RECEIVING FUNDS UNDER THIS SECTION. 20 USC 6455. "Each correctional facility entering into an agreement with a local educational agency under section 1422(a) to provide services to youth under this section shall— "(1) where feasible, ensure educational programs in juvenile facilities are coordinated with the student's home school, particularly with respect to special education students with an individualized education program; "(2) notify the local school of a youth if the youth is identified as in need of special education services while in the facility;