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TITLE 45—Public Welfare

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC WELFARE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER XXV—CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

PART 2516—SCHOOL-BASED SERVICE-LEARNING PROGRAMS

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Subpart A—ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY

§2516.100
What is the purpose of school-based service-learning programs?
§2516.110
Who may apply for a direct grant from the Corporation?
§2516.120
Who may apply for funding a subgrant?
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Subpart B—USE OF GRANT FUNDS

§2516.200
How may grant funds be used?
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Subpart C—ELIGIBILITY TO PARTICIPATE

§2516.300
Who may participate in a school-based service-learning program?
§2516.310
May private school students participate?
§2516.320
Is a participant eligible to receive an AmeriCorps educational award?
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Subpart D—APPLICATION CONTENTS

§2516.400
What must a State or Indian tribe include in an application for a grant?
§2516.410
What must a community-based entity include in an application for a grant?
§2516.420
What must an LEA, local partnership, qualified organization or other eligible entity include in an application for a subgrant?
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Subpart E—APPLICATION REVIEW

§2516.500
How does the Corporation review the merits of an application?
§2516.510
What happens if the Corporation rejects a State's application for an allotment grant?
§2516.520
How does a State, Indian tribe, or community-based entity review the merits of an application?
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Subpart F—DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS

§2516.600
How are funds for school-based service-learning programs distributed?
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Subpart G—FUNDING REQUIREMENTS

§2516.700
What matching funds are required?
§2516.710
What are the limits on the use of funds?
§2516.720
What is the length of each type of grant?
§2516.730
May an applicant submit more than one application to the Corporation for the same project at the same time?
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Subpart H—EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS

§2516.800
What are the purposes of an evaluation?
§2516.810
What types of evaluations are grantees and subgrantees required to perform?
§2516.820
What types of internal evaluation activities are required of programs?
§2516.830
What types of activities are required of Corporation grantees to evaluate the effectiveness of their subgrantees?
§2516.840
By what standards will the Corporation evaluate individual Learn and Serve America programs?
§2516.850
What will the Corporation do to evaluate the overall success of the service-learning program?
§2516.860
Will information on individual participants be kept confidential?


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