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The cost principles that apply to the Talent Search program are in 2 CFR part 200, subpart E. Allowable costs include the following if they are reasonably related to the objectives of the project:
(a) Transportation, meals, and, if necessary, lodging for participants and project staff for—
(1) Visits to postsecondary educational institutions;
(2) Participation in “College Day” activities;
(3) Field trips for participants to observe and meet with persons who are employed in various career fields and who can act as role models for participants; and
(4) Transportation to institutions of higher education, secondary schools not attended by the participants, or other locations at which the participant receives instruction that is part of a rigorous secondary school program of study.
(b) Purchase of testing materials and test preparation programs for participants.
(c) Fees required for admission applications for postsecondary education, college entrance examinations, or alternative education examinations if—
(1) A waiver of the fee is unavailable; and
(2) The fee is paid by the grantee to a third party on behalf of a participant.
(d) In-service training of project staff.
(e) Rental of space if—
(1) Space is not available at the site of the grantee; and
(2) The rented space is not owned by the grantee.
(f) Purchase, lease, or rental of computer hardware, software, and other equipment, service agreements for such equipment, and supplies that support the delivery of services to participants, including technology used by participants in a rigorous secondary school program of study.
(g) Purchase, lease, service agreement, or rental of computer equipment and software needed for project administration and recordkeeping.
(h) Tuition costs for a course that is part of a rigorous secondary school program of study if—
(1) The course or a similar course is not offered at the secondary school that the participant attends or at another school within the school district;
(2) The grantee demonstrates to the Secretary's satisfaction that using grant funds is the most cost-effective way to deliver the course or courses necessary for the completion of a rigorous secondary school program of study for program participants;
(3) The course is taken through an accredited institution of higher education;
(4) The course is comparable in content and rigor to courses that are part of a rigorous secondary school program of study as defined in § 643.7(b);
(5) The secondary school accepts the course as meeting one or more of the course requirements for obtaining a regular secondary school diploma;
(6) A waiver of the tuition costs is unavailable;
(7) The tuition is paid with Talent Search grant funds to an institution of higher education on behalf of a participant; and
(8) The Talent Search project pays for no more than the equivalent of two courses for a participant each school year.
(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1070a–11 and 1070a–12)
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Code of Federal Regulations Title 34. Education § 34.643.30 What are allowable costs? - last updated October 03, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/cfr/title-34-education/cfr-sect-34-643-30/
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