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TITLE 34—Education

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS OF THE OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER III—OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PART 350—DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION RESEARCH PROJECTS AND CENTERS PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§350.1
What is the Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projects and Centers Program?
§350.2
What is the purpose of the Disability and Rehabilitation Research Project and Centers Program?
§350.3
Who is eligible for an award?
§350.4
What regulations apply?
§350.5
What definitions apply?
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Subpart B—WHAT PROJECTS DOES THE SECRETARY ASSIST?

§350.10
What are the general requirements for Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projects?
§350.11
What are the general requirements for a Field-Initiated Project?
§350.12
What are the general requirements for an Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training Project?
§350.13
What must a grantee do in carrying out a research activity?
§350.14
What must a grantee do in carrying out a training activity?
§350.15
What must a grantee do in carrying out a demonstration activity?
§350.16
What must a grantee do in carrying out a development activity?
§350.17
What must a grantee do in carrying out a utilization activity?
§350.18
What must a grantee do in carrying out a dissemination activity?
§350.19
What must a grantee do in carrying out a technical assistance activity?
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Subpart C—WHAT REHABILITATION RESEARCH AND TRAINING CENTERS DOES THE SECRETARY ASSIST?

§350.20
What general requirements must a Rehabilitation Research and Training Center meet?
§350.21
What collaboration must a Rehabilitation Research and Training Center engage in?
§350.22
What activities must a Rehabilitation Research and Training Center conduct?
§350.23
What restriction exists on Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers regarding indirect costs?
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Subpart D—WHAT REHABILITATION ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTERS DOES THE SECRETARY ASSIST?

§350.30
What requirements must a Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center meet?
§350.31
What collaboration must a Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center engage in?
§350.32
What activities must a Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center conduct?
§350.33
What cooperation requirements must a Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center meet?
§350.34
Which Rehabilitation Engineering Research Centers must have an advisory committee?
§350.35
What are the requirements for the composition of an advisory committee?
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Subpart E—HOW DOES ONE APPLY FOR AN AWARD?

§350.40
What is required of each applicant regarding the needs of individuals with disabilities from minority backgrounds?
§350.41
What State agency review must an applicant under the Disability and Rehabilitation Research Projects and Centers Program obtain?
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Subpart F—HOW DOES THE SECRETARY MAKE AN AWARD?

§350.50
What is the peer review process for this Program?
§350.51
What is the purpose of peer review?
§350.52
What is the composition of a peer review panel?
§350.53
How does the Secretary evaluate an application?
§350.54
What selection criteria does the Secretary use in evaluating an application?
§350.55
What are the additional considerations for selecting Field-Initiated Project applications for funding?
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Subpart G—WHAT CONDITIONS MUST BE MET AFTER AN AWARD?

§350.60
How must a grantee conduct activities?
§350.61
What evaluation requirements must a grantee meet?
§350.62
What are the matching requirements?
§350.63
What are the requirements of a grantee relative to the Client Assistance Program?
§350.64
What is the required duration of the training in an Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training Project?
§350.65
What level of participation is required of trainees in an Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training Project?
§350.66
What must a grantee include in a patent application?


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