463.3 What definitions apply to the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act programs§ 463.3 What definitions apply to the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act programs?
Definitions in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. The following terms are defined in Sections 3, 134, 203, and 225 of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (29 U.S.C. 3102, 3174, 3272, and 3305):Adult Education Adult Education and Literacy Activities Basic Skills Deficient Career Pathway Core Program Core Program Provision Correctional Institution Criminal Offender Customized Training Eligible Agency Eligible Individual Eligible Provider English Language Acquisition Program English Language Learner Essential Components of Reading Family Literacy Activities Governor Individual with a Barrier to Employment Individual with a Disability Institution of Higher Education Integrated Education and Training Integrated English Literacy and Civics Education Literacy Local Educational Agency On-the-Job Training Outlying Area Postsecondary Educational Institution State Training Services Workplace Adult Education and Literacy Activities Workforce Preparation Activities
Definitions in EDGAR. The following terms are defined in 34 CFR 77.1:Applicant Application Award Budget Budget Period Contract Department ED EDGAR Fiscal Year Grant Grantee Nonprofit Private Project Project Period Public Secretary Subgrant Subgrantee
Other Definitions. The following definitions also apply:
Act means the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, Public Law 113-128.
Concurrent enrollment or co-enrollment refers to enrollment by an eligible individual in two or more of the six core programs administered under the Act.
Digital literacy means the skills associated with using technology to enable users to find, evaluate, organize, create, and communicate information.
Peer tutoring means an instructional model that utilizes one institutionalized individual to assist in providing or enhancing learning opportunities for other institutionalized individuals. A peer tutoring program must be structured and overseen by educators who assist with training and supervising tutors, setting educational goals, establishing an individualized plan of instruction, and monitoring progress.
Re-entry and post-release services means services provided to a formerly incarcerated individual upon or shortly after release from a correctional institution that are designed to promote successful adjustment to the community and prevent recidivism. Examples include education, employment services, substance abuse treatment, housing support, mental and physical health care, and family reunification services.
Title means title II of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act, Public Law 113-128.