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Title 34Subtitle BChapter VIPart 611Subpart E → §611.52

Title 34: Education
Subpart E—Scholarships

§611.52   What are a grantee's programmatic responsibilities for ensuring that scholarship recipients become successful teachers in high-need schools?

In implementing its approved project, the grantee must—

(a) Provide scholarship recipients both before and after graduation with appropriate support services, including academic assistance, job counseling, placement assistance, and teaching support that will help to ensure that—

(1) Upon graduation, scholarship recipients are able to secure teaching positions in high-need schools of high-need LEAs; and

(2) After beginning to teach in a high-need school of a high-need LEA, former scholarship recipients have appropriate follow-up services and assistance during their first three years of teaching;

(b) Provide LEAs with which the grantees collaborate in teacher recruitment activities with information and other assistance they need to recruit highly-qualified teachers effectively; and

(c) Work with the high-need LEAs participating in its project to ensure that scholarship recipients are placed, to the extent possible, in highest-need schools of those LEAs.

(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1024(e))

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