(a) Subject to the other provisions of this section, a career technical workforce
grant shall provide, upon certification by a designated educational institution that
the eligible student is enrolled in an eligible career technical education program,
for payment to the eligible student of an amount not to exceed:
(1) One thousand dollars when the period of time required for completion of the career
technical education program in which the eligible student is enrolled is not more
than one school year in duration; or
(2) one thousand dollars for each program term, not to exceed two program terms, when
the duration of the period of time required for completion of the career technical
education program in which the eligible student is enrolled encompasses more than
one school year.
(b) In no event shall the amount awarded to an eligible student under a career technical
workforce grant or the total of any amounts awarded thereunder exceed an amount equal
to the amount of the total tuition and required fees for the career technical education
program in which the eligible student is enrolled.
(c) Eligible students who are enrolled as part-time students in a career technical
education program at a designated educational institution may qualify for a career
technical workforce grant, but shall receive a proportionate amount of the grant based
upon the number of credit hours they are enrolled in per academic period, when compared
and computed as a fraction of the total number of credit hours required for full-time
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