121 STAT. 786
PUBLIC LAW 110–84—SEPT. 27, 2007
SEC. 103. UPWARD BOUND.
Section 402C is further amended by adding at the end the following new subsection: ‘‘(f) ADDITIONAL FUNDS.— ‘‘(1) AUTHORIZATION AND APPROPRIATION.—There are authorized to be appropriated, and there are appropriated to the Secretary, from funds not otherwise appropriated, $57,000,000 for each of the fiscal years 2008 through 2011 to carry out paragraph (2), except that any amounts that remain unexpended for such purpose for each of such fiscal years may be available for technical assistance and administration costs for the Upward Bound program. The authority to award grants under this subsection shall expire at the end of fiscal year 2011. ‘‘(2) USE OF FUNDS.—The amounts made available by paragraph (1) shall be available to provide assistance to all Upward Bound projects that did not receive assistance in fiscal year 2007 and that have a grant score above 70. Such assistance shall be made available in the form of 4-year grants.’’.
20 USC 1070a–13.
SEC. 104. TEACH GRANTS.
Part A of title IV (20 U.S.C. 1070 et seq.) is amended by adding at the end the following new subpart:
‘‘Subpart 9—TEACH Grants 20 USC 1070g.
‘‘SEC. 420L. DEFINITIONS.
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‘‘For the purposes of this subpart: ‘‘(1) ELIGIBLE INSTITUTION.—The term ‘eligible institution’ means an institution of higher education, as defined in section 102, that the Secretary determines— ‘‘(A) provides high quality teacher preparation and professional development services, including extensive clinical experience as a part of pre-service preparation; ‘‘(B) is financially sound; ‘‘(C) provides pedagogical course work, or assistance in the provision of such coursework, including the monitoring of student performance, and formal instruction related to the theory and practices of teaching; and ‘‘(D) provides supervision and support services to teachers, or assistance in the provision of such services, including mentoring focused on developing effective teaching skills and strategies. ‘‘(2) POST-BACCALAUREATE.—The term ‘post-baccalaureate’ means a program of instruction for individuals who have completed a baccalaureate degree, that does not lead to a graduate degree, and that consists of courses required by a State in order for a teacher candidate to receive a professional certification or licensing credential that is required for employment as a teacher in an elementary school or secondary school in that State, except that such term shall not include any program of instruction offered by an eligible institution that offers a baccalaureate degree in education. ‘‘(3) TEACHER CANDIDATE.—The term ‘teacher candidate’ means a student or teacher described in subparagraph (A) or (B) of section 420N(a)(2).
VerDate Aug 31 2005
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