34 CFR 366.41 - What must be included in an initial written notice from the Director?

§ 366.41 What must be included in an initial written notice from the Director?
The initial written notice required by § 366.40(a) must—
(a) Include, at a minimum, the following:
(1) The name of the center.
(2) The reason or reasons for proposing the termination of funds or other significant adverse action against the center, including any evidence that the center has failed to comply with any of the evaluation standards or assurances in section 725(b) and (c) of the Act and subparts F and G of this part.
(3) The effective date of the proposed termination of funds or other significant adverse action against the center;
(b) Be given 90 days in advance of the date the Director intends to terminate a center's funds or take any other significant adverse action against the center;
(c) Inform the center that it has 90 days from the date the center receives the notice to submit a corrective action plan;
(d) Inform the center that it may seek mediation and conciliation in accordance with § 366.40(a) to resolve any dispute with the Director within the 90 days before the proposed termination of funds or other significant adverse action against the center; and
(e) Inform the center that, if mediation and conciliation are not successful and the Director does not issue a final written decision pursuant to § 366.42, the center may appeal to the Secretary the decision described in the Director's initial written notice on or after the 90th day, but not later than the 120th day, after the center receives the Director's initial decision.
(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 1820-0018)
(Authority: 29 U.S.C. 711(c) and 796f-2 (g) and (i))

Title 34 published on 2013-07-01

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