What requirements must be met by a Partnership or State that chooses to provide services to private school students under the program's early intervention component?
(a) Secular, neutral, and nonideological services or benefits. Educational services or other benefits, including materials and equipment, provided under GEAR UP by a Partnership or State that chooses to provide those services or benefits to students attending private schools, must be secular, neutral, and nonideological.
(b) Control of funds. In the case of a Partnership or State that chooses to provide services under GEAR UP to students attending private schools, the fiscal agent (in the case of a Partnership) or a State agency (in the case of a State) must—
(1) Control the funds used to provide services under GEAR UP to those students;
(2) Hold title to materials, equipment, and property purchased with GEAR UP funds for GEAR UP program uses and purposes related to those students; and
(3) Administer those GEAR UP funds and property.
(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1070a-21 to 1070a-28)
Title 34 published on 2012-07-01
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