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108 STAT. 3628 PUBLIC LAW 103-382—OCT. 20, 1994 "(ii) similar State and local activities; "(iii) resources provided under part A of title I and other provisions of this Act; "(iv) resources from business, industry, public and {)rivate nonprofit organizations (including museums, ibraries, eaucational television stations, community- based organizations, professional organizations and associations specializing in, or with a demonstrated expertise in the core academic subjects); "(v) funds or programming from other Federal agencies, such as the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Institute of Museum Services, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Arts; "(vi) services of educational service agencies; and "(vii) resources provided under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act; "(I) identify the sources of funding that will provide the local educational agenc/s contribution under section 2209; and "(J) describe the professional development strategies to be employed to more fully and effectively involve parents in the education of their children. "(2) DURATION OF THE PLAN.—Each local plan described in subsection (b)(1) shall— "(A) remain in effect for the duration of the local educational agenc^s participation under this part; and "(B) be periodically reviewed and revised by the local educational agency, as necessary, to reflect chgmges in the local educational agenc/s strategies and programs under this part. 20 USC 6649. " SEC. 2209. LOCAL COST-SHARING. "(a) IN GENERAL. —Each local educational agenor shall provide not less than 33 percent of the cost of the activities assisted under this part, excluding the cost of services provided to private school teachers. "(b) AVAILABLE RESOURCES FOR COST-SHARING.— "(1) IN GENERAL.—^A local educational agency may meet the requirement of subsection (a) through one or more of the following: "(A) Cash expenditures from non-Federal sources, including private contributions, directed toward professional development activities. "(B) Release time for teachers participating in professional development assisted under this part. "(C) Funds received under one or more of the following programs, so long as such funds are used for professional development activities consistent with this part and the statutes under which such funds were received, and are used to benefit students and teachers in schools that otherwise would have been served with such funds: "(i) Helping disadvantaged children meet high standards under part A of title I. "(ii) The Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities program under title IV.