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PUBLIC LAW 103-382—OCT. 20, 1994 108 STAT. 3621 "(3) ensure the selection of a geographically and ethnicgdly ' diverse group of teachers by soliciting applications from teachers of both public and private institutions in rural, urban, and suburban settings in each State; and "(4) automatically offer a place in a summer program to the Teacher of the Year* chosen pursuant to a Federal or State teacher recognition program. "(h) LIMITATION.—^A. contractor entering into a contract under Contracts, subsection (c)(1) shall not spend more than 5 percent of funds received under the contract for administrative costs. "PART B—STATE AND LOCAL ACTIVITIES Grants "SEC. 2201. PROGRAM AUTHORIZED, 20 USC 6641. 'The Secretsiry is authorized to make grants to State educational agencies for the improvement of teaching and learning through sustained and intensive high-quality professional development activities in the core academic subjects at the State and local levels. "SEC. 2202. ALLOCATION OF FUNDS. 20 USC 6642. "(a) RESERVATION OF FUNDS. —From the amount available to carry out this part for any fiscal year, the Secretary shall reserve— "(1) V2 of 1 percent for the outlying areas, to be distributed among the outlying areas on the basis of their relative need, as determined by the Secretary in accordance with the purposes of this part; and "(2) V2 of 1 percent for the Secretary of the Interior for programs under this part for professional development activities for teachers, other staff, and administrators in schools operated or funded by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. "(b) STATE ALLOCATIONS.—The Secretary shall allocate the amount available to carry out this part and not reserved under subsection (a) to each of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico as follows, except that no State shall receive less than VT. of 1 percent of such amount: "(1) Fifty percent shall be allocated among such jurisdictions on the basis of their relative populations of individuals aged five through 17, as determined by the Secretary on the basis of the most recent satisfactory data. "(2) Fifty percent shall be allocated among such jurisdictions in accordance with the relative amounts such jurisdictions received under part A of title I for the preceding fiscal year, or for fiscal year 1995 only, such part's predecessor authority. "(c) REALLOCATION. — If any jurisdiction does not apply for an allotment under subsection (b) for any fiscal year, the Secretary shall resdlocate such amount to the remaining jurisdictions in accordance with such subsection. "SEC. 2203. WITHIN-STATE ALLOCATIONS. 20 USC 6643. "Of the amounts received by a State under this part for any fiscal year— "(1) 84 percent shall be available for local allowable activities under section 2210(b), of which— "(A) not more than 5 percent may be used for the administrative costs of the State educational agency and for State-level activities described in section 2207; and "(B) of the remaining amount—