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29 programs Access Means Parents administered age 5 receiving bilingual education CCDF Century Community Learning CFDA Child and Family Child Care Access Children aged Children Receiving Services children under age Community Learning Centers Comprehensive School Continued from Previous Demonstration Grants disability screening Don't know Don't duplication early childhood education economically disadvantaged education and care enrolled Estimated number Family Education FACE Federal Programs fiscal year 1999 fragmentation and program funds GPRA Grants for Residential Head Start Human Services income Indian Children know Don't know limited English proficiency mental health mission fragmentation nearly number of children number of participants nutritional services participants under age percent poverty line program overlap program purpose programs provided programs that provided Proportion of Children Provide or Support provided early childhood provided education Residential Treatment Programs School Grants social services Special Education−Grants SSBG Support Education TANF Target Group Tribal Organizations Tribes and Tribal Twenty-First Century Community young children
Page 40 - The Office of Inspector General (OIG) is transmitting the Department's response to this draft report in our capacity as the Department's designated focal point and coordinator for US Government Accountability Office reports.
Page 30 - PROGRAMS: 10.553, School Breakfast Program; 10.555, National School Lunch Program; 10.556, Special Milk Program for Children; 10.558, Child Care Food Program; 10.559, Summer Food Service Program for Children.
Page 19 - It is the purpose of this subpart to help break the cycle of poverty and illiteracy by — (1) improving the educational opportunities of the Nation's low-income families by integrating early childhood education, adult literacy or adult basic education, and parenting education into a unified family literacy program, to be referred to as "Even Start...
Page 40 - The comments represent the tentative position of the department and are subject to réévaluation when the final version of this report is received. The department also provided several technical comments directly to your staff. The department appreciates the opportunity to comment on this draft report before its publication.
Page 20 - PURPOSE. — (1) IN GENERAL. — It is the purpose of this section to support projects to develop, test, and demonstrate the effectiveness of services and programs to improve educational opportunities and achievement of Indian children.
Page 20 - A — General § 581.1 What is the Emergency Immigrant Education Program? This program provides financial assistance to State educational agencies (SEAs) for supplementary educational services and costs for immigrant children enrolled in elementary and secondary public schools under the jurisdiction of local education agencies (LEAs) in the States and in elementary and secondary nonpublic schools within the district served by LEAs in the States. (Authority: 20 USC 3127) § 581.2 Who is eligible to...
Page 18 - OBJECTIVES: To provide grants to States to assist them in providing a free appropriate public education to all handicapped children.
Page 20 - PURPOSE. It is the purpose of this subpart to support local educational agencies in their efforts to reform elementary and secondary school programs that serve Indian students in order to ensure that such programs — (1) are based on challenging State content standards and...