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Title IV Legal Assurances

Consolidated Application Title IV, 21st Century Schools legal assurances for fiscal year 2018–19.
 Elementary and Secondary Schools, Title IV 21st Century Schools
  1. Each local educational agency (LEA) or consortium of such agencies receiving funds under 20 United States Code (USC) §7116 assures that it will prioritize the distribution of funds to schools served by the local educational agency, or consortium of such agencies, that—
    1. are among the schools with the greatest needs, as determined by such local educational agency, or consortium;
    2. have the highest percentages or numbers of children counted under section 1124(c);
    3. are identified for comprehensive support and improvement under section 1111(c)(4)(D)(i);
    4. are implementing targeted support and improvement plans as described in section 1111(d)(2); or
    5. are identified as a persistently dangerous public elementary school or secondary school under section 8532. (PL 114-95 §4106(e)(2)(A))
  2. The LEA will comply with section 8501 (regarding equitable participation by private school children and teachers). (PL 114-95 §4106(e)(2)(B))
  3. The LEA, or consortium of such agencies, will use not less than 20 percent of funds received under this subpart to support one or more of the activities authorized under section 4107. (PL 114-95 §4106(e)(2)(C))
  4. The LEA, or consortium of such agencies, will not use not less than 20 percent of funds received under this subpart to support one or more activities authorized under section 4108. (PL 114-95 §4106(e)(2)(D))
  5. The LEA, or consortium of such agencies, will use a portion of funds received under this subpart to support one or more activities authorized under section 4109(a), and will comply with section 4109(b). (PL 114-95 §4106(e)(2)(E))
  6. The LEA, or consortium of such agencies, will annually report to the State for inclusion in the report described in section 4104(a)(2) how funds are being used under this subpart to meet the requirements of subparagraphs (C) through (E). (PL 114-95 §4106(e)(2)(F))

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