AN ACT Relating to the public school system, including certain provisions applicable as well to private and parochial schools; amending, revising, consolidating and changing the laws relating thereto. (5) A summary of the types of activities funded under the program. Regulations promulgated under this section shall permit the use of child care subsidy funds to support full-day, full-year opportunities for Head Start participants. (4) Demonstrate the ability to enter into a collaborative agreement with a school entity, a licensed child-care center or a group day-care home or a registered family day-care home, if the head start provider intends to enter into a collaborative agreement. (4) The number of extended day programs and the number of eligible children enrolled in extended day programs during the 2005-2006 school year and each school year thereafter. During the time period of the child's enrollment in Head Start, the child shall remain eligible for the child care subsidy.Don’t worry – most schools welcome senior participation, recognizing that you have much to offer. Here are some tasters: The downside of all these tempting learning opportunities?You need an advanced degree to scout the offerings in your area.
(3) Except as otherwise provided in section 5711.27 of the Revised Code, all other such property if the aggregate taxable value thereof required to be listed by the taxpayer under Chapter 5711. (2) The amount of educational assistance funding provided under this article shall be limited to funds appropriated for this purpose. L.846, No.61) (h) Use of educational assistance funds.--An eligible school entity that receives educational assistance funding under subsection (g) may use such funds to: (1) Enter into contracts with a provider approved under section 1505-C. "School entity." A school district, joint school district, independent school or an intermediate unit. The department shall provide supplemental financial assistance to existing providers of Federal Head Start services. L.226, No.46) (c) Coordination.--The department, to every extent possible, shall coordinate the administration of the program with the Department of Public Welfare and the Department of Health. (iv) Dividing the product from subparagraph (iii) by the sum of the products of subparagraph (ii) for all eligible school entities that qualify for grant funds under this paragraph. "Program." The Head Start Supplemental Assistance Program established in section 1502-D. (b) Administration.--The department shall administer the program, consistent with Federal Head Start guidelines. (h.1) Redistribution of funds.--For the 2004-2005 school year and each school year thereafter, an eligible school entity that chooses not to receive educational assistance funding under subsection (g) shall forfeit the right to such funds. L.304, No.48) ARTICLE XV-D EARLY LEARNING PROGRAMS (Art. (2) Provide technical assistance to Head Start providers establishing child-care services in order to offer extended day services. (2) Offer tutoring services directly to any student eligible for tutoring services under subsection (b). The purpose of this coordination shall be to: (1) Identify educational, child-care or other services under the jurisdiction of the Department of Public Welfare and the Department of Health that can augment or improve the services available through Head Start providers. Review of implementation of priority higher education facility project procedures. Duties of the Board of Regents for Higher Education.