However, the licensing rules require an applicant to respond to certain elements of the grant application. The guide below contains the necessary application elements for LEAs, namely the authorized and unauthorized use of means, the requirements for equitable services for non-public schools and insurance to assist in the preparation of the SUB grant application of the CARES ESSER Fund Act. The list of topics contains a list of index terms (subject list) for each CFR part number in the document title. The terms provide a common vocabulary for indexing rule-making documents from all agencies and form the basis of the “CFR index” established by the OFR. Those interested are invited to speak on August 17, 2020 or before August 17, 2020. In accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, ED proposes an extension of an existing information collection. The Local Education Agency (LEA) assures the Nebraska Department of Education (NDE) that these tools will help you better understand the official document and compare the online edition with the print edition. The department will use the remaining 10% ($6,508,509) of the SEA reserve for emergency needs, as defined by the Department, to address COVID-19 issues that can be resolved through the use of grants or contracts. From this reserve, the Department may not use more than 1/2 per cent (325,425) of the total sea reserve for administrative purposes. . Office of Primary and Secondary Education (OESE), Ministry of Education (ED). To obtain an ESSER fund allocation, LEAs must submit the following information: . .
. The Department of Education (ED) proposes to the public and federal authorities, in accordance with the Documentwork Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA) (44 U.S. C 3506(c) (A)) (A)) to give its opinion on the proposed, revised and continuous collections of information. The Department thus helps to assess the impact of its information-gathering needs and minimizes the public`s communication burden. It also helps the public understand the ministry`s information collection requirements and provide the requested data in the desired format. Ed asks for comment on the proposed Information Gathering Request (ROI), which is described below. The Ministry of Education is particularly interested in taking a public position on the following issues: (1) Whether this collection is necessary for the proper tasks of the ministry; (2) this information is processed and used in a timely manner; (3) the load estimate is correct; (4) How can the Department improve the quality, usefulness and clarity of the information to be collected? And (5) how could the Department minimize the burden this survey places on interviewees, including the use of information technology? Please note that written comments received in response to this notification are considered public records. Abstract: This is a requirement for regular authorization of information collection. On April 23, 2020, the ministry received approval from this information collection, which requested applications for funding from public educational institutions (AES) under Section 18003 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), the Education and Secondary Education Fund (ESSER). The ESSER Fund provides grants to public educational institutions (AES) for the provision of local educational institutions (LEA), including charter schools, which are LEAs, with emergency funds to deal with the effects of Novelvirus Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) disease on primary and secondary schools across the country.
LEAs must provide equitable services to students and teachers in non-public schools, as required by the CARES Act.