Each State educational agency that receives a grant under section
6381a(d)(1) of this title may use not more than a total of 6 percent of the grant funds for the costs of—
(1)administration, which amount shall not exceed half of the total;
(2)providing, through one or more subgrants or contracts, technical assistance for program improvement and replication, to eligible entities that receive subgrants under subsection (b) of this section; and
Each State educational agency shall use the grant funds received under section
6381a(d)(1) of this title and not reserved under subsection (a) of this section to award subgrants to eligible entities to carry out Even Start programs.
(2) Minimum subgrant amounts
(A) In general
Except as provided in subparagraphs (B) and (C), no State educational agency shall award a subgrant under paragraph (1) in an amount less than $75,000.
(B) Subgrantees in ninth and succeeding years
No State educational agency shall award a subgrant under paragraph (1) in an amount less than $52,500 to an eligible entity for a fiscal year to carry out an Even Start program that is receiving assistance under this subpart or its predecessor authority for the ninth (or any subsequent) fiscal year.
(C) Exception for single subgrant
A State educational agency may award one subgrant in each fiscal year of sufficient size, scope, and quality to be effective in an amount less than $75,000 if, after awarding subgrants under paragraph (1) for that fiscal year in accordance with subparagraphs (A) and (B), less than $75,000 is available to the State educational agency to award those subgrants.
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