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PUBLIC LAW 103-382—OCT. 20, 1994 108 STAT. 3875 or other events for which admission is charged to the general public. "SEC. 12011. FEDERAL ASSESSMENT. 20 USC 8511. "The Secretary shall reserve not more than 1 percent of funds appropriated for each fiscal year under section 15013— "(1) to collect such data as the Secretary determines necessary at the school, local, and State levels; "(2) to conduct studies and evaluations, including national studies and evaluations, in order to— "(A) monitor the progress of projects supported with funds provided under this title; and "(B) evaluate the state of United States public elementary and secondary school libraries, media centers, and facilities; and "(3) to report to the Congress by July 1, 1997, regarding Reports, the findings of the studies and evaluations described in paragraph (2). "SEC. 12012. DEFIMTIONS. 20 USC 8512. "For the purpose of this title— "(1) the term 'construction' means the alteration or renovation of a building, structure, or facility, including— "(A) the concurrent installation of equipment; and "(B) the complete or partial replacement of an existing facility, but only if such replacement is less expensive and more cost-effective than alteration, renovation, or repair of the facility; "(2) the term 'school' means a public structure suitable for use as a classroom, laboratory, library, media center, or related facility, the primary purpose of which is the instruction of public elementary and secondary school students; and "(3) the term 'eligible local educational agency means a local educational agency in which— "(A) not less than 15 percent of the children that reside in the geographic area served by such agency are eligible to be counted under subpart 2 of part A of title I of this Act; or "(B) the United States owns Federal property described in section 8015(5), that has an assessed value (determined as of the time or times when acquired) aggregating 90 percent or more of the assessed value of all real property in such agency (determined as of the time or times when so acquired); and "(C) demonstrates in the application submitted under section 12006 that such agency has urgent repair, renovation, alteration and construction needs for its public elementary or secondary schools used for academic or vocational instruction. "SEC. 12013. AUTHORIZATION. 20 USC 8513. "There are authorized to be appropriated to carry out this title $200,000,000 for fiscal year 1995 and such sums as may be necessary for each of the four succeeding fiscal years. 79-194 O—95—13: QL 3 Part 5