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Title 34Subtitle BChapter IVPart 464


TITLE 34—Education

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

CHAPTER IV—OFFICE OF VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PART 464—STATE LITERACY RESOURCE CENTERS PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§464.1
What is the State Literacy Resource Centers Program?
§464.2
Who is eligible for a grant?
§464.3
What kinds of activities may be assisted?
§464.4
What regulations apply?
§464.5
What definitions apply?
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Subpart B—HOW DOES A STATE APPLY FOR A GRANT?

§464.10
How do States apply?
§464.11
What must an application contain?
§464.12
How may States agree to develop a regional center?
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Subpart C—HOW DOES THE SECRETARY MAKE A GRANT TO A STATE?

§464.20
What payment does the Secretary make?
§464.21
May the Secretary require a State to participate in a regional center?
§464.22
May a State participating in a regional center use part of its allotment for a State center?
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Subpart D—HOW DOES A STATE AWARD CONTRACTS?

§464.30
With whom must a State contract to establish a State literacy resource center?
§464.31
Who may not review a proposal for a contract?
§464.32
How is a regional literacy resource center established and operated?
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Subpart E—WHAT POST-AWARD CONDITIONS MUST BE MET BY A STATE?

§464.40
May a State use funds to establish a State advisory council?
§464.41
What alternative uses may be made of equipment?
§464.42
What limit applies to purchasing computer hardware and software?


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