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PUBLIC LAW 105-332—OCT. 31, 1998 112 STAT. 3077 " Sec. 133. Special rules for vocational and technical education. "Sec. 134. Local plan for vocational and technical education programs. "Sec. 135. Local uses of funds. " TITLE II —TECH-PREP EDUCATION "Sec. 201. Short title. "Sec. 202. Definitions. "Sec. 203. State allotment and application. " Sec. 204. Tech-prep education. "Sec. 205. Consortium applications. ^ "Sec. 206. Report. "Sec. 207. Demonstration program. "Sec. 208. Authorization of" appropriations. "TITLE III —GENERAL PROVISIONS "PART A—FEDERAL ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS "Sec. 311. Fiscal requirements. "Sec. 312. Authority to make payments. "Sec. 313. Construction. "Sec. 314. Voluntary selection and participation. "Sec. 315. Limitation for certain students. "Sec. 316. Federal laws guaranteeing civil rights. "Sec. 317. Authorization of Secretary. "Sec. 318. Participation of private school personnel. "PART B—STATE ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS "Sec. 321. Joint funding. "Sec. 322. Prohibition on use of funds to induce out-of-State relocation of busin esse s. "Sec. 323. State administrative costs. "Sec. 324. Limitation on Federal regulations. "Sec. 325. Student assistance and other Federal programs. "SEC. 2. PURPOSE. 20 USC 2301. "The purpose of this Act is to develop more fully the academic, vocational, and technical skills of secondary students and postsecondary students who elect to enroll in vocational and technical education programs, by— "(1) building on the efforts of States and localities to develop challenging academic standards; "(2) promoting the development of services and activities that integrate academic, vocational, and technical instruction, and that link secondary and postsecondary education for participating vocational and technical education students; "(3) increasing State and local flexibility in providing services and activities designed to develop, implement, and improve vocational and technical education, including tech-prep education; and "(4) disseminating national research, and providing professional development and technical assistance, that will improve vocational and technical education programs, services, and activities. "SEC. 3. DEFINITIONS. 20 USC 2302. "In this Act: "(1) ADMINISTRATION. —The term 'administration', when used with respect to an eligible agency or eligible recipient, means activities necessary for the proper and efficient performance of the eligible agency or eligible recipient's duties under this Act, including supervision, but does not include curriculum development activities, personnel development, or research activities. "(2) ALL ASPECTS OF AN INDUSTRY. —The term 'all aspects of an industry' means strong experience in, and comprehensive