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March 29, 1999

Part IV

Department of
Bilingual Education: Training for All
Teachers; Inviting Applications for New
Awards for Fiscal Year 1999; Notice
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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Description of Program: The statutory The maximum score for all of these
authorization for this program, and the criteria is 100 points.
[CFDA No.: 84.195B]
application requirements that apply to The maximum score for each criterion
Bilingual Education: Training for All this competition, are set forth in is indicated in parentheses.
Teachers; Notice Inviting Applications sections 7142 and 7146–7150 of the (a) Significance (20 points). (1) The
for New Awards for Fiscal Year (FY) Elementary and Secondary Education Secretary considers the significance of
1999. Act of 1965, as amended by the the proposed project.
Improving America’s Schools Act of (2) In determining the significance of
Note to Applicants: This notice is a 1994 (20 U.S.C. 7472 and 7476–7480), the proposed project the Secretary
complete application package. Together Pub. L. 103–382, enacted October 20, considers the likelihood that the
with the statute authorizing the program 1994. proposed project will result in system
and the applicable regulations Activities conducted under this change or improvement.
governing this program, including the program must assist educational (Authority: 34 CFR 75.210 (b)(1) and (2)(v))
Education Department General personnel in meeting State and local
Administrative Regulations (EDGAR), certification requirements for bilingual (b) Need for project (10 points). (1)
this notice contains all of the education and, wherever possible, must The Secretary considers the need for the
information, application forms, and lead to the awarding of college or proposed project.
instructions needed to apply for a grant university credit. (2) In determining the need for the
under this program. proposed project, the Secretary
Purpose of Program: This program Priorities considers the following factors:
provides grants to incorporate courses Competitive Priority (i) The magnitude or severity of the
and curricula on appropriate and problem to be addressed by the
effective instructional and assessment The Secretary, under 34 CFR proposed project.
methodologies, strategies and resources 75.105(c)(2)(i) and 34 CFR 299.3(b), (ii) The extent to which specific gaps
specific to limited English proficient gives preference to applications that or weaknesses in services,
students into preservice and inservice meet the following competitive priority. infrastructure, or opportunities have
professional development programs for The Secretary awards up to 3 points for been identified and will be addressed by
teachers, pupil services personnel, an application that meets this the proposed project, including the
administrators, and other educational competitive priority. These points are in nature and the magnitude of those gaps
personnel in order to prepare such addition to any points the application or weaknesses.
individuals to provide effective services earns under the selection criteria for the
(Authority: 34 CFR 75.210 (a)(1) and (2)(i)
to limited English proficient students. program: and (v))
The program focuses on the Projects that will contribute to a
development of coursework to prepare systemic educational reform in an (c) Quality of the project design (30
teachers or other educational personnel, Empowerment Zone, including a points). (1) The Secretary considers the
who may not expect to become bilingual Supplemental Empowerment Zone, or quality of the design of the proposed
specialists, but who expect to serve LEP an Enterprise Community designated by project.
students. Funds under this program may the United States Department of (2) In determining the quality of the
be used to provide for the development Housing and Urban Development or the design of the proposed project, the
of training programs in collaboration United States Department of Secretary considers the following
with other programs, such as programs Agriculture, and are made an integral factors:
authorized under Titles I and II of this part of the Zone’s or Community’s (i) The extent to which the goals,
is and under the Head Start Act. comprehensive community objectives, and outcomes to be achieved
Eligible Applicants: One or more revitalization strategies. by the proposed project are clearly
institutions of higher education (IHEs); specified and measurable.
Note: A list of areas that have been (ii) The extent to which the design of
one or more local educational agencies designated as Empowerment Zones and
(LEAs); one or more State educational Enterprise Communities is provided in the
the proposed project is appropriate to,
agencies (SEAs); or one or more appendix to this notice. and will successfully address, the needs
nonprofit organizations (NPOs) which of the target population or other
have entered into consortia Invitational Priority identified needs.
arrangements with an IHE, LEA, or SEA. The Secretary is particularly (iii) The extent to which the proposed
Deadline for Transmittal of interested in applications that meet the project is designed to build capacity and
Applications: April 15, 1999. following invitational priority. yield results that will extend beyond the
Deadline for Intergovernmental However, an application that meets this period of Federal financial assistance.
Review: June 15, 1999. invitational priority receives no (iv) The extent to which the design of
Available Funds: $3.6 million. competitive or absolute preference over the proposed project reflects up-to-date
Estimated Range of Awards: other applications. 34 CFR 75.105(c)(1): knowledge from research and effective
$100,000–$300,000. Applicants that apply as a consortia to practice.
Estimated Average Size of Awards: include one or more LEAs, SEAs, IHEs (v) The extent to which the proposed
$200,000. and which propose innovative ways to project will be coordinated with similar
Estimated Number of Awards: 18. or related efforts, and with other
improve the preparation of ALL teachers
Note: The Department of Education is not related to the needs of limited English appropriate community, State, and
bound by any estimates in this notice. proficient students. Federal resources.
Project Period: Up to 36 Months. (vi) The extent to which the proposed
Applicable Regulations: The Selection Criteria project represents an exceptional
Education Department General The Secretary uses the following approach for meeting the statutory
Administrative Regulations (EDGAR) in selection criteria in 34 CFR 75.210 to purposes and requirements.
34 CFR Parts 74, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, evaluate applications for new grants (Authority: 34 CFR 75.210(c)(1) and (2)(i),
85, and 86. under this competition. (ii), (xii), (xiii), (xiv), and (xvi))
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(d) Quality of project services (5 the quality of the evaluation to be Education, Room 7E200, 400 Maryland
points). (1) The Secretary considers the conducted of the proposed project. Ave SW., Washington, D.C. 20202–0125.
quality of the services to be provided by (2) In determining the quality of the Proof of mailing will be determined
the proposed project. evaluation, the Secretary considers the on the same basis as applications (see 34
(2) In determining the quality of the following factors: CFR 75.102). Recommendations or
services to be provided by the proposed (i) The extent to which the methods comments may be hand-delivered until
project, the Secretary considers the of evaluation provide for examining the 4:30 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) on
quality and sufficiency of strategies for effectiveness of project implementation the date indicated in this notice.
ensuring equal access and treatment for strategies. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ABOVE
eligible project participants who are (ii) The extent to which the methods ADDRESS IS NOT THE SAME
members of groups that have of evaluation include the use of ADDRESS AS THE ONE TO WHICH
traditionally been underrepresented objective performance measures that are THE APPLICANT SUBMITS ITS
based on race, color, national origin, clearly related to the intended outcomes COMPLETED APPLICATION. DO NOT
gender, age, or disability. of the project and will produce SEND APPLICATIONS TO THE ABOVE
(Authority: 34 CFR 75.210(d)(1) and (2)) quantitative and qualitative data to the ADDRESS.
extent possible. Instructions for Transmittal of
(e) Quality of project personnel (10 (iii) The extent to which the methods
points). (1) The Secretary considers the Applications
of evaluation will provide performance
quality of the personnel who will carry feedback and permit periodic (a) If an applicant wants to apply for
out the proposed project. assessment of progress toward achieving a grant, the applicant shall—
(2) In determining the quality of intended outcomes. (1) Mail the original and two copies
project personnel, the Secretary of the application on or before the
(Authority: 34 CFR 75.210(h)(1) and (2)(iii),
considers the extent to which the deadline date to: U.S. Department of
(iv), and (vi))
applicant encourages applications for Education, Application Control Center,
employment from persons who are Intergovernmental Review of Federal Attention: (CFDA# 84.195B),
members of groups that have Programs Washington, D.C. 20202–4725, or
traditionally been underrepresented This program is subject to the (2) Hand-deliver the original and two
based on race, color, national origin, requirements of Executive Order 12372 copies of the application by 4:30 p.m.
gender, age, or disability. (Intergovernmental Review of Federal (Eastern Standard Time) on or before the
(3) In addition, the Secretary Programs) and the regulations in 34 CFR deadline date to: U.S. Department of
considers the qualifications, including Part 79. Education, Application Control Center,
relevant training and experience, of key The objective of the Executive order is Attention: (CFDA# 84.195B), Room
project personnel. to foster an intergovernmental #3633, Regional Office Building #3, 7th
(Authority: 34 CFR 75.210(e)(1), (2) and partnership and to strengthen and D Streets, SW., Washington, D.C.
(3)(ii)) federalism by relying on State and local (b) An applicant must show one of the
processes for State and local following as proof of mailing:
(f) Quality of the management plan. (1) A legibly dated U.S. Postal Service
(10 points) (1) The Secretary considers government coordination and review of
proposed Federal financial assistance. postmark.
the quality of the management plan for (2) A legible mail receipt with the
the proposed project. Applicants must contact the
date of mailing stamped by the U.S.
(2) In determining the quality of the appropriate State Single Point of
Postal Service.
management plan for the proposed Contact to find out about, and to comply
(3) A dated shipping label, invoice, or
project, the Secretary considers the with, the State’s process under
receipt from a commercial carrier.
following factors: Executive order 12372.
(4) Any other proof of mailing
(i) The adequacy of the management Applicants proposing to perform
acceptable to the Secretary.
plan to achieve the objectives of the activities in more than one State should
(c) If an application is mailed through
proposed project on time and within immediately contact the Single Point of
the U.S. Postal Service, the Secretary
budget, including clearly defined Contact for each of those States and
does not accept either of the following
responsibilities, timelines, and follow the procedure established in each
as proof of mailing:
milestones for accomplishing project State under the Executive Order. If you (1) A private metered postmark.
tasks. want to know the name and address of (2) A mail receipt that is not dated by
(ii) The adequacy of the procedures any State Single Point of Contact, see the U.S. Postal Service.
for ensuring feedback and continuous the list published in the Federal
Register on November 3, 1998. 63 FR Notes: (1) The U.S. Postal Service does not
improvement in the operation of the uniformly provide a dated postmark. Before
proposed project. 59422 through 59455.
relying on this method, an applicant should
(iii) How the applicant will ensure In States that have not established a check with its local post office.
that a diversity of perspectives are process or chosen a program for review, (2) The Application Control Center will
brought to bear in the operation of the State, area-wide, regional, and local mail a Grant Application Receipt
proposed project, including those of entities may submit comments directly Acknowledgment to each applicant. If an
parents, teachers, the business to the Department. applicant fails to receive the notification of
Any State process recommendation application receipt within 15 days from the
community, a variety of disciplinary date of mailing the application, the applicant
and professional fields, recipients or and other comments submitted by a
State Single Point of Contact and any should call the U.S. Department of Education
beneficiaries of services, or others, as Application Control Center at (202) 708–
appropriate. comments from State, areawide,
regional, and local entities must be (3) The applicant must indicate on the
(Authority: 34 CFR 75.210(g)(1) and mailed or hand-delivered by the date
(2)(i)(ii)(v)) envelope and—if not provided by the
indicated in this notice to the following Department—in Item 10 of the Application
(g) Quality of the project evaluation. address: The Secretary, E.O. 12372— for Federal Assistance (Standard Form 424)
(15 points) (1) The Secretary considers CFDA# 84.195A, U.S. Department of the CFDA number and suffix letter, if any, of
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the competition under which the application Petraine Johnson (202) 205–8766 at U.S. and complete and review the
is being submitted. Department of Education, 600 information collection. If you have any
Application Instructions and Forms Independence Avenue, SW., Room comments concerning the accuracy of
5090, Switzer Building, Washington, the time estimate or suggestions for
The appendix to this notice is divided D.C. 20202–6510. Individuals who use a improving this form, please write to:
into three parts, plus a statement telecommunications device for the deaf U.S. Department of Education,
regarding estimated public reporting (TDD) may call the Federal Information Washington, D.C. 20202–4651. If you
burden, a notice to applicants regarding Relay Service (FIRS) at 1–800–877–8339 have any comments or concerns
compliance with Section 427 of the between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., Eastern time, regarding the status of your individual
General Education Provisions Act, Monday through Friday. submission of this form, write directly
questions and answers on this program Individuals with disabilities may to: Office of Bilingual Education and
(located at the end of the notice) and obtain this notice in an alternate format Minority Languages Affairs, U.S.
various assurances, certifications, and (e.g., braille, large print, audiotape, or Department of Education, 400 Maryland
required documentation. These parts computer diskette) on request to the Avenue, SW., Washington, D.C. 20202–
and additional materials are organized contact persons listed in the preceding 6510.
in the same manner that the submitted paragraph. Please note, however, that The following forms and other items
application should be organized. The the Department is not able to reproduce must be included in the application:
parts and additional materials are as in an alternate format the standard 1. Application for Federal Assistance
follows: forms included in the notice. (SF 424)
Part I: Application for Federal 2. Group Application Certification (if
Assistance (Standard Form 424) and Electronic Access to this Document
instructions. Anyone may view this document, as 3. Budget Information (ED Form No.
Part II: Budget Information—Non- well as all other Department of 524)
Construction Programs (ED Form No. Education documents published in the 4. Itemized Budget for each year
524) and instructions. Federal Register, in text or portable 5. Participant Data
Part III: Application Narrative. document format (pfd) on the World 6. Project Documentation
Additional Materials Wide Web at either of the following Section A—Copy of Transmittal Letter
sites: to SEA requesting SEA to comment
a. Estimated Public Reporting Burden. http://ocfo.ed.gov/fedreg.htm on application
b. Group Application Certification. http://www.ed.gov/news.html Section B—Documentation of
c. Project Documentation. Empowerment Zone or Enterprise
d. Program Assurances. To use the pfd you must have the
Adobe Acrobat Reader Program with Community—if applicable
e. Assurances—Non-Construction 7. Program Assurances
Programs (Standard Form 424B) and Search, which is available free at either
of the preceding sites. If you have 8. Non-Construction Programs (SF 424B)
instructions. 9. Certifications Regarding Lobbying;
f. Certifications Regarding: Lobbying; questions about using the pfd, call the
U.S. Government Printing Office toll Debarment Suspension and Other
Debarment, Suspension, and Other Responsibility Matters; and Drug-
Responsibility Matters; and Drug-Free free at 1–888–293–6498.
Anyone may also view these Free Workplace Requirements (ED
Workplace Requirements (ED 80–0013) 80–0013)
documents in text copy only on an
and instructions. 10. Certification Regarding Debarment,
electronic bulletin board of the
g. Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility and
Department. Telephone: (202) 219–1511
Suspension, Ineligibility and Voluntary Voluntary Exclusion—Lower Tier
or, toll free 1–800–222–4922. The
Exclusion—Lower Tier Covered Covered Transactions (ED 80–0014)
documents are located under Option
Transactions (ED 80–0014) and 11. Disclosure of Lobbying Activities
G—Files/Announcements, Bulletins and
instructions. (SF–LLL)
Press Releases.
(Note: ED 80–0014 is intended for the use of 12. Table of Contents
grantees and should not be transmitted to the Note: The official version of this document 13. One-page abstract (single-spaced)
Department.) is the document published in the Federal 14. Application Narrative (not to exceed
Register. 30 pages double-spaced, see
h. Disclosure of Lobbying Activities Program Authority: 20 U.S.C. 7472. instructions below)
(Standard Form LLL) (if applicable) and Delia Pompa, 15. One original and two copies of the
instructions. The document has been Director, Office of Bilingual Education and application for transmittal to the
marked to reflect statutory changes. Minority Languages Affairs. Department’s Application Control
An applicant may submit information Center.
on a photostatic copy of the application Instructions for Estimated Public
and budget forms, the assurances, and Reporting Burden Mandatory Page Limits for the
the certifications. However, the According to the Paperwork Application Narrative
application form, the assurances, and Reduction Act of 1995, no persons are The narrative is the section of the
the certifications must each have an required to respond to a collection of application where you address the
original signature. All applicants must information unless it displays a valid selection criteria used by reviewers in
submit ONE original signed application, OMB control number. The valid OMB evaluating the application. You must
including ink signatures on all forms control number for this information limit the narrative to the equivalent of
and assurances, and two copies of the collection is OMB No. 1885–0545. no more than 30 pages, using the
application. Please mark each (Expiration Date: 03/31/2002) The time following standards:
application as original or copy. No grant required to complete this information (1) A page is 8.5′′ × 11′′, on one side
may be awarded unless a completed collection is estimated to average 120 only with 1′′ margins at the top, bottom,
application has been received. hours per response, including the time and both sides.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: to review instructions, search existing (2) You must double space (no more
Cynthia Ryan (202) 205–8842 or data resources, gather the data needed, than three lines per vertical inch) all
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text in the application narrative, the Application Control Center (ACC) under the program complete
including titles, headings, footnotes, and postmarked by the deadline date. certification requirements during the
quotations, references, and captions, as course of the grant.
Submission of Application to State
well as all text in charts, tables figures
Educational Agency What Information may be Helpful in
and graphs.
If you use a proportional computer Section 7146(a)(4) of the Elementary Preparing the Application Narrative for
font, you may not use a font smaller and Secondary Education Act of 1965, a Training for All Teachers Program?
than a 12-point font. If you use a non- as amended, requires all applicants • In responding to the Selection
proportional font or a typewriter, you except schools funded by the Bureau of criteria applicants may wish to consider
may not use more than 12 characters per Indian Affairs to submit a copy of their the following questions as a guide for
inch. application to their State educational preparing the application narrative:
The page limit does not apply to: the agency (SEA) for review and comment • What are the specific
Application for Federal Assistance Form (20 U.S.C. 7476(a)(4)). Section 75.156 of responsibilities of schools, districts,
(ED 424); the Budget Information Form EDGAR requires these applicants to institutions of higher education and
(ED 524) and attached itemization of submit their application to the SEA on other partnership organizations in
costs; the other application forms and or before the deadline date for planning, implementing and evaluating
attachments to those forms; the submitting their application to the the proposed program?
assurances and certifications; or the Department of Education. This section • How will the training curricula
one-page abstract and table of contents. of EDGAR also requires applicants to incorporate high standards for teaching
The page limit applies only to item 14 attach to their application a copy of and learning?
in the Checklist for Applicants provided their letter that requests the SEA to • How is the proposed program
above. comment on the application (34 CFR linked to the institution’s overall plan to
IF, IN ORDER TO MEET THE PAGE 75.156). A copy of this letter should be improve teacher preparation programs
LIMIT, YOU USE PRINT SIZE, attached to the Project Documentation for all teachers related to the needs of
SPACING, OR MARGINS SMALLER Form contained in this application Limited English Proficient students?
THAN THE STANDARD SPECIFIED IN package. Applicants are reminded that • How will the products of the
THIS NOTICE, YOUR APPLICATION the requirement for submission to the proposed program be integrated into
WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR SEA and the requirements for Executive teacher preparation program activities
FUNDING. Order 12372 are two separate for all teachers?
requirements. • How will the program assist in
Application Narrative and Abstract systemically reforming policies and
Applicants that do not submit a copy
The narrative should address fully all of their application to their SEA will not practices in the LEA, SEA or IHE related
aspects of the selection criteria in the be considered for funding. to the training of teachers to improve
order listed and should give detailed instructional services for LEP students.
information regarding each criterion. Do Questions and Answers • What performance indicators will
not simply paraphrase the criteria. May Training for All Teachers Include the proposed program use to support the
Provide position descriptions for key Providing Training Services for effectiveness of the program?
personnel. Prepare a one-page single- Teachers or Other Educational • What professional development
spaced abstract which summarizes the Personnel? activities are planned for school staff
purpose, design and expected outcomes development specialists, or for higher
of the proposed project. The primary purpose of the Training education faculty to ensure that they are
for All Teachers Program is to effectively prepared to provide training
Budget incorporate coursework and curricula to prepare all teachers related to the
Budget line items must support the related to the needs of LEP students into needs of LEP students.
goals and objectives of the proposed preservice and inservice professional In addition, applicants may wish to
project and be directly applicable to the development programs. However, in consider the Department of Education
program design and all other project addition to improving coursework and Professional Development Principles in
components. Prepare an itemized curricula, grantees may, but are not planning a Training for All Teachers
budget for each year of requested required, provide training to Program. The following are the
funding. Indirect costs for institutions of participants during the course of the Professional Development Principles:
higher education which are the fiscal grant.
agents for Training for All Teachers Professional Development
What are the Certification Requirements
Programs are limited to the lower of for the Training for all Teachers • Focuses on teachers as central to
either 8% of a modified total direct cost Program? student learning, yet includes all other
base or the institution for higher members of the school community.
education’s actual indirect cost The Title VII Statute requires grantees • Focuses on individual, collegial and
agreement. A modified direct cost base to assist educational personnel in organizational improvement.
is defined as total direct costs less meeting State and local certification • Respects and nurtures the
stipends, tuition and related fees and requirements. However, because intellectual and leadership capacity of
capital expenditures of $5,000 or more. certification requirements vary among teachers, principals, and others in the
(Authority: 34 CFR 75.562) states, applicants are given flexibility in school community
designing activities that lead to meeting • Reflects best available research and
Final Application Preparation State and local certification practice in teaching, learning, and
Use the above checklist to verify that requirements for bilingual education. leadership.
all items are addressed. Prepare one Coursework developed, revised, or • Enables teachers to develop further
original with an original signature, and offered must be part of a program which expertise in subject content, teaching
include three additional copies. Do not would lead to State and local strategies, uses of technologies, and
use elaborate bindings or covers. The certification. However, it is not a other essential elements in teaching to
application package must be mailed to requirement that participants trained high standards.
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• Promotes continuous inquiry and Supplemental Empowerment Zones Mississippi: Jackson, North Delta Area
improvement embedded in the daily life (Listed alphabetically by State) (Panola, Quiman, and Tallahatchie
of schools. Counties)
California: Los Angeles
• Is planned collaboratively by those Ohio: Cleveland
Missouri: East Prarie, St. Louis
who will participate in and facilitate Nebraska: Omaha
Enterprise Communities Nevada: Clark County, Las Vegas
that development.
New Hampshire: Manchester
• Requires substantial time and other (Listed Alphabetically by State)
New Jersey: Newark
resources. Alabama: Birmingham, Chambers County, New Mexico: Albuquerque, Moro County,
• Is driven by a coherent long-term Greene County, Sumter County
Rio Arriba County, Taos County
plan. Arizona: Arizona Border Area (Cochise,
New York: Albany, Buffalo, Kingston,
• Is evaluated ultimately on the basis Santa Cruz, and Yuma Counties), Phoenix
Newburgh, Rochester, Schenectady, Troy
of its impact on teacher effectiveness Arkansas: East Central Area (Cross, Lee,
North Carolina: Charlotte, Edgecombe
and student learning; and this Monroe, and St. Francis Counties),
County, Halifax County, Robeson County,
Mississippi County, Pulaski County
assessment guides subsequent Wilson County
California: Imperial County, Los Angeles
professional development efforts. (Huntington Park), San Diego, San
Ohio: Akron, Columbus, Greater Portsmouth
Area (Scioto County)
Empowerment Zones and Enterprise Francisco (Bayview, Hunters Point),
Oklahoma: Choctaw County, McCurtain
Communities Watsonville
County, Oklahoma City
Colorado: Denver
Empowerment Zones Oregon: Josephine County, Portland
Connecticut: Bridgeport, New Haven
(Listed Alphabetically by State) Pennsylvania: Harrisburgh, Lock Haven,
Delaware: Wilmington
California: Oakland District of Columbia: Washington
Rhode Island: Providence
Georgia: Atlanta Florida: Jackson County
South Carolina: Charleston, Williamsburg
Illinois: Chicago Georgia: Central Savannah River Area (Burke,
Kansas: Kansas City Hancock, Jefferson, McDuffie, Tallaferro,
South Dakota: Beadle County, Spink County
Kentucky: Kentucky Highlands Area and Warrent Counties), Crisp County,
Tennessee: Fayette County, Haywood
(Clinton, Jackson, and Wayne Counties) Dooley County
County, Memphis, Nashville, Scott County
Maryland: Baltimore Illinois: East St. Louis, Springfield
Texas: Dallas, El Paso, San Antonio, Waco
Massachusetts: Boston Indiana: Indianapolis
Utah: Ogden
Michigan: Detroit Iowa: Des Moines
Vermont: Burlington
Mississippi: Mid-Delta Area (Bolivar, Kentucky: Louisville, McCreary County
Virginia: Ackomack County, Norfolk
Holmes, Humphrey, and Leflore Counties) Louisiana: Macon Ridge Area (Catahouis,
Washington: Lower Yakima County, Seattle,
Missouri: Kansas City Concordia, Franklin, Morehouse, and
New Jersey: Camden Tensas Parishes), New Orleans, Northeast
West Virginia: Huntington, McDowell
New York: Harlem, Bronx Delta Area (Madison Parish), Ouachita
County, West Central Area (Braxton, Clay,
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Parish
Fayette, Nicholas, and Roane Counties)
Texas: Houston, Rio Grande Valley Area Massachusetts: Lowell, Springfield
Wisconsin: Milwaukee
(Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr and Willacy Michigan: Five Cap, Flint, Muskegeon
Counties) Minnesota: Minneapolis, St. Paul BILLING CODE 4000–01–U
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Project Documentation proposed project will serve. (See the • Career Ladder Program.
Note: Submit the appropriate documents
competitive priority and the list of Will include, if applicable, as part of
and information as specified below for the designated Empowerment Zones in the project implementing a masters or
following programs. previous sections of this application doctoral-level program, a training
package.) practicum in a local school program
• Teachers and Personnel Grants. serving children and youth of limited
• Career Ladder Program. Program Assurances
English proficiency.
Section A Note: The authorizing statute requires
(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 7426(g)(3))
A copy of the transmittal letter
applicants under certain programs to provide
assurances. These assurances are specified lllllllllllllllllllll
requesting the appropriate State Authorized Representative
below under the relevant programs. If your
educational agency to comment on the application pertains to any of these programs, Name:
application. this form must be completed. llllllllllllllll
Typed Name:
Section B As the duly authorized representative
If applicable, identify on the line
below the Empowerment Zone,
of the applicant, I certify that the
applicant, in regard to the program lllllllll
Applicant Organization:
Supplemental Empowerment Zone, or relevant to this application: [FR Doc. 99–7577 Filed 3–26–99; 8:45 am]
Enterprise Community that the • Teachers and Personnel Grants. BILLING CODE 4000–01–U