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108 STAT. 3588 PUBLIC LAW 103-382—OCT. 20, 1994 grams of one school year in duration, and that all such programs and projects are carried out, to the extent feasible, in a manner consistent with section 1118; "(4) in planning and carrying out such programs and projects, there has been, and will be, adequate provision for addressing the unmet education needs of preschool migratory children; "(5) the effectiveness of such programs and projects will be determined, where feasible, using the same approaches and standards that will be used to assess the performance of students, schools, and local educational agencies under part A; "(6) to the extent feasible, such programs and projects will provide for— "(A) advocacy and outreach activities for migratory children and their families, including informing such children and families of, or helping such children and families gain access to, other education, health, nutrition, and social services; "(B) professional development programs, including mentoring, for teachers and other program personnel; "(C) family literacy programs, including such programs that use models developed under Even Start; "(D) the integration of information technology into educational and related programs; and "(E) programs to facilitate the transition of secondary school students to postsecondary education or employment; and "(7) the State will assist the Secretary in determining the number of migratory children under section 1303(e), through such procedures as the Secretary may require. "(d) PRIORITY FOR SERVICES.— In providing services with funds received under this part, each recipient of such funds shall give priority to migratory children who are failing, or most at risk of failing, to meet the State's challenging State content standards and challenging State student performance standards, and whose education has been interrupted during the regular school year. "(e) CONTINUATION OF SERVICES. —Notwithstanding any other provision of this part— "(1) a child who ceases to be a migratory child during a school term shall be eligible for services until the end of such term; "(2) a child who is no longer a migratory child may continue to receive services for one additional school year, but only if comparable services are not available through other programs; and "(3) secondary school students who were eligible for services in secondary school may continue to be served through credit accrual programs until graduation. 20 USC 6395. "SEC. 1305. SECRETARIAL APPROVAL; PEER REVIEW. "(a) SECRETARIAL APPROVAL.—The Secretary shall approve each State application that meets the requirements of this part. "(b) PEER REVIEW.— The Secretary may review any such application with the assistance and advice of State officials and other individuals with relevant expertise.