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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

98 STAT. 1268

20 USC 2854.

PUBLIC LAW 98-377—AUG. 11, 1984 (12) The term "State educational agency" has the meaning given that term under section 198{aX17) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.

TITLE I—NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE PROGRAMS PART A—TEACHER INSTITUTES GRANTS FOR TEACHER INSTITUTES AUTHORIZED

20 USC 3911.

SEC. 101. The Foundation is authorized, in accordance with the provisions of this part, to make grants to State and local educational agencies and institutions of higher education, applying jointly, for the establishment and operation of teacher institutes for the enhancement of the subject matter skills of public and private elementary and secondary school teachers of mathematics and physical and life sciences. ../ « APPLICATIONS

20 USC 3912.

SEC. 102. (a) Each local educational agency and institution of higher education, and each State educational agency and institution of higher education desiring to receive a grant under this part shall submit a joint application at such time, in such manner, and containing or accompanied by such information as the Director may require. One or more local educational agencies may apply jointly with one or more institutions of higher education under the provisions of this section. A State educational agency may apply jointly with one or more institutions of higher education. (b) Each such application shall— (1) describe the establishment and operation of a teacher institute for elementary and secondary school teachers of mathematics and physical and life sciences, including— (A) the designation of the institute as a full-time summer or part-time school year, or both; (B) a description of the courses of study to be offered at the institute; (C) an estimate of the number of teachers, including the number of teachers from private elementary and secondary schools, to attend the institute and describe the selection procedures; (D) the nature and location of existing facilities to be used in the operation of the institute; (E) the teaching and administrative staff for the institute; (F) the academic credits, if any, to be awarded for the completion of the courses of study to be offered at the institute; and (G) a schedule of stipends to be paid teacher participants in the institute, including (i) allowances for subsistence and other expenses for teachers attending the institute and their dependents and (ii) provisions assuring that there will be no duplication of Federal benefits paid to participants; (2) provide assurances that the design and operation of the institute will involve the participation of both the subject matter departments or divisions of each institution of higher education making application as well as the teacher education department or division, if any, of each such institution;