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Title 34Subtitle BChapter IIIPart 361


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 361—STATE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§361.1
Purpose.
§361.2
Eligibility for a grant.
§361.3
Authorized activities.
§361.4
Applicable regulations.
§361.5
Applicable definitions.
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Subpart B—STATE PLAN AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES

§361.10
Submission, approval, and disapproval of the State plan.
§361.11
Withholding of funds.

Administration

§361.12
Methods of administration.
§361.13
State agency for administration.
§361.14
Substitute State agency.
§361.15
Local administration.
§361.16
Establishment of an independent commission or a state rehabilitation council.
§361.17
Requirements for a state rehabilitation council.
§361.18
Comprehensive system of personnel development.
§361.19
Affirmative action for individuals with disabilities.
§361.20
Public participation requirements.
§361.21
Consultations regarding the administration of the state plan.
§361.22
Coordination with education officials.
§361.23
Requirements related to the statewide workforce investment system.
§361.24
Cooperation and coordination with other entities.
§361.25
Statewideness.
§361.26
Waiver of statewideness.
§361.27
Shared funding and administration of joint programs.
§361.28
Third-party cooperative arrangements involving funds from other public agencies.
§361.29
Statewide assessment; annual estimates; annual State goals and priorities; strategies; and progress reports.
§361.30
Services to American Indians.
§361.31
Cooperative agreements with private nonprofit organizations.
§361.32
Use of profitmaking organizations for on-the-job training in connection with selected projects.
§361.33
[Reserved]
§361.34
Supported employment State plan supplement.
§361.35
Innovation and expansion activities.
§361.36
Ability to serve all eligible individuals; order of selection for services.
§361.37
Information and referral programs.
§361.38
Protection, use, and release of personal information.
§361.39
State-imposed requirements.
§361.40
Reports.

Provision and Scope of Services

§361.41
Processing referrals and applications.
§361.42
Assessment for determining eligibility and priority for services.
§361.43
Procedures for ineligibility determination.
§361.44
Closure without eligibility determination.
§361.45
Development of the individualized plan for employment.
§361.46
Content of the individualized plan for employment.
§361.47
Record of services.
§361.48
Scope of vocational rehabilitation services for individuals with disabilities.
§361.49
Scope of vocational rehabilitation services for groups of individuals with disabilities.
§361.50
Written policies governing the provision of services for individuals with disabilities.
§361.51
Standards for facilities and providers of services.
§361.52
Informed choice.
§361.53
Comparable services and benefits.
§361.54
Participation of individuals in cost of services based on financial need.
§361.55
Annual review of individuals in extended employment and other employment under special certificate provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
§361.56
Requirements for closing the record of services of an individual who has achieved an employment outcome.
§361.57
Review of determinations made by designated State unit personnel.
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Subpart C—FINANCING OF STATE VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION PROGRAMS

§361.60
Matching requirements.
§361.61
Limitation on use of funds for construction expenditures.
§361.62
Maintenance of effort requirements.
§361.63
Program income.
§361.64
Obligation of Federal funds and program income.
§361.65
Allotment and payment of Federal funds for vocational rehabilitation services.
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Subpart D—[RESERVED]

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Subpart E—EVALUATION STANDARDS AND PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

§361.80
Purpose.
§361.81
Applicable definitions.
§361.82
Evaluation standards.
§361.84
Performance indicators.
§361.86
Performance levels.
§361.88
Reporting requirements.
§361.89
Enforcement procedures.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 361—Questions and Answers


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