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Title 34Subtitle BChapter IIIPart 366


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 366—CENTERS FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§366.1
What is the Centers for Independent Living (CIL) program?
§366.2
What agencies are eligible for assistance under the CIL program?
§366.3
What activities may the Secretary fund?
§366.4
What regulations apply?
§366.5
What definitions apply to this program?
§366.6
How are program funds allotted?
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Subpart B—TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

§366.10
What agencies are eligible for assistance to provide training and technical assistance?
§366.11
What financial assistance does the Secretary provide for training and technical assistance?
§366.12
How does the Secretary make an award?
§366.13
How does the Secretary determine funding priorities?
§366.14
How does the Secretary evaluate an application?
§366.15
What selection criteria does the Secretary use?
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Subpart C—GRANTS TO CENTERS FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING (CENTERS) IN STATES IN WHICH FEDERAL FUNDING EXCEEDS STATE FUNDING

§366.20
When does the Secretary award grants to centers?
§366.21
What are the application requirements for existing eligible agencies?
§366.22
What is the order of priorities?
§366.23
What grants must be made to existing eligible agencies?
§366.24
How is an award made to a new center?
§366.25
What additional factor does the Secretary use in making a grant for a new center under §366.24?
§366.26
How does the Secretary evaluate an application?
§366.27
What selection criteria does the Secretary use?
§366.28
Under what circumstances may the Secretary award a grant to a center in one State to serve individuals in another State?
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Subpart D—GRANTS TO CENTERS IN STATES IN WHICH STATE FUNDING EQUALS OR EXCEEDS FEDERAL FUNDING

Determining Whether State Funding Equals or Exceeds Federal Funding

§366.29
When may the Director of the designated State unit (DSU) award grants to centers?
§366.30
What are earmarked funds?
§366.31
What happens if the amount of earmarked funds does not equal or exceed the amount of Federal funds for a preceding fiscal year?

Awarding Grants

§366.32
Under what circumstances may the DSU make grants?
§366.33
What are the application requirements for existing eligible agencies?
§366.34
What is the order of priorities?
§366.35
What grants must be made to existing eligible agencies?
§366.36
How is an award made to a new center?
§366.37
What procedures does the Director of the DSU (Director) use in making a grant for a new center?
§366.38
What are the procedures for review of centers?
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Subpart E—ENFORCEMENT AND APPEALS PROCEDURES

§366.39
What procedures does the Secretary use for enforcement?
§366.40
How does the Director initiate enforcement procedures?
§366.41
What must be included in an initial written notice from the Director?
§366.42
When does a Director issue a final written decision?
§366.43
What must be included in the Director's final written decision?
§366.44
How does a center appeal a decision included in a Director's initial written notice or a Director's final written decision?
§366.45
What must a Director do upon receipt of a copy of a center's formal written appeal to the Secretary?
§366.46
How does the Secretary review a center's appeal of a decision included in a Director's initial written notice or a Director's final written decision?
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Subpart F—ASSURANCES FOR CENTERS

§366.50
What assurances shall a center provide and comply with?
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Subpart G—EVALUATION STANDARDS AND COMPLIANCE INDICATORS

§366.60
What are the project evaluation standards?
§366.61
What are the compliance indicators?
§366.62
What are the requirements for continuation funding?
§366.63
What evidence must a center present to demonstrate that it is in minimum compliance with the evaluation standards?


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