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108 STAT. 3708 PUBLIC LAW 103-382—OCT. 20, 1994 dren, and (3) achieving as ongoing conditions in the school the following factors identified through effective schools research as distinguishing effective from ineffective schools: "(A) Strong and effective administrative and instructional leadership that creates consensus on instructional goals and organizational capacity for instructiongd problem solving. "(B) Emphasis on the acquisition of basic and higher order skills. "(C) A safe and orderly school environment that allows teachers and pupils to focus their energies on academic achievement. "(D) A climate of expectation that virtually all children can learn under appropriate conditions. "(E) Continuous assessment of students and programs to evaluate the effects of instruction. "PART A—STATE AND LOCAL PROGRAMS 20 USC 7311. " SEC. 6101. ALLOTMENT TO STATES. "(a) RESERVATIONS.—From the sums appropriated to carry out this title in any fiscal year, the Secretary shall reserve not to exceed one percent for payments to outlying areas to be allotted in accordance with their respective needs. "(b) ALLOTMENT.—From the remainder of such sums, the Secretary shall allot to each State an amount which bears the same ratio to the amount of such remainder as the school-age population of the State bears to the school-age population of all States, except that no State shall receive less than an amount equal to onehalf of one percent of such remainder. "(c) DEFINITIONS.—For purposes of this part: "(1) The term 'school-age population' means the population aged 5 through 17. "(2) The term 'States' includes the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. 20 USC 7312. "SEC. 6102. ALLOCATION TO LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES. "(a) DISTRIBUTION RULE. — From the sums made available each year to carry out this title, the State educational agency shall distribute not less than 85 percent to local educational agencies within such State according to the relative enrollments in public and private, nonprofit schools within the school districts or such agencies, adjusted, in accordance with criteria approved by the Secretary, to provide higher per pupil allocations to local educational agencies which have the greatest numbers or percentages of children whose education imposes a higher than average cost per child, such as— "(1) children living in areas with high concentrations of low-income families; "(2) children from low-income families; and "(3) children living in sparsely populated areas. " (b) CALCULATION OF ENROLLMENTS.— "(1) IN GENERAL. — The calculation of relative enrollments under subsection (a) shall be on the basis of the total of— "(A) the number of children enrolled in public schools; and "(B) the number of children enrolled in private nonprofit schools that desire that their children participate