20 CFR Subpart B - Eligibility for Youth Services

  1. § 681.200 Who is eligible for youth services?
  2. § 681.210 Who is an “out-of-school youth”?
  3. § 681.220 Who is an “in-school youth”?
  4. § 681.230 What does “school” refer to in the “not attending or attending any school” in the out-of-school and in-school eligibility criteria?
  5. § 681.240 When do local youth programs verify dropout status?
  6. § 681.250 Who does the low-income eligibility requirement apply to?
  7. § 681.260 How does the Department define “high poverty area” for the purposes of the special regulation for low-income youth in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act?
  8. § 681.270 May a local program use eligibility for free or reduced price lunches under the National School Lunch Program as a substitute for the income eligibility criteria under title I of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act?
  9. § 681.280 Is a youth with a disability eligible for youth services under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act if his or her family income exceeds the income eligibility criteria?
  10. § 681.290 How does the Department define the “basic skills deficient” criterion in this part?
  11. § 681.300 How does the Department define the “requires additional assistance to enter or complete an educational program, or to secure and hold employment” criterion in this part for OSY?
  12. § 681.310 How does the Department define the “requires additional assistance to complete an educational program, or to secure and hold employment” criterion in this part for ISY?
  13. § 681.320 Must youth participants enroll to participate in the youth program?

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