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(b) Determine the actual amount of the grant which will be awarded to each student, which amount must not exceed the maximum amount calculated pursuant to paragraph (a), but which may be in a lesser amount if the Board of Regents or a designee thereof, as applicable, determines that the amount of money available for all grants for any semester is insufficient to award to all eligible students the maximum amount of the grant which each student is eligible to receive. Money received from a grant awarded under the Program must be used by a student only to pay for the cost of education of the student at a community college or state college within the System and not for any other purpose.
(c) Shall adopt regulations prescribing the process by which each student may meet the credit-hour requirement described in paragraph (a) of subsection 4 of section 3 of this act for eligibility for a grant awarded under the Program. Upon passage and approval for the purpose of adopting regulations and performing any other preparatory administrative tasks necessary to carry out the provisions of this act; and 2. ________ AN ACT relating to education; making an appropriation to provide grants to universities, colleges and providers of alternative licensure programs in this State to award scholarships to students entering certain teaching programs; prescribing the manner in which such scholarships must be awarded; requiring a college or university that receives a grant to repay a certain amount if a scholarship recipient leaves the teaching program before graduating; providing for the payment of a certain amount to such a college or university if a scholarship recipient graduates on schedule from the teaching program; making an appropriation to provide certain incentives for newly hired teachers who are employed to teach in certain schools; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.
Section 10 of this bill: (1) requires a university, college or other provider of an alternative licensure program that awards a scholarship to repay a certain amount to the State Board if the scholarship recipient leaves the teaching program offered by the university, college or other provider of an alternative licensure program; and (2) requires the State Board, to the extent that money is available, to pay a certain amount to the university, college or other provider of an alternative licensure program that awards a scholarship if the scholarship recipient completes the teaching program offered by the university, college or other provider of an alternative licensure program on schedule.
Such a subject area may include, without limitation, science, technology, engineering, mathematics, special education or English as a second language. A student may apply for a Teach Nevada Scholarship from a university, college or other provider of an alternative licensure program that receives a grant from the Account only if the student attends or has been accepted to attend the university, college or other provider of an alternative licensure program to complete a program described in 1.(c) Determination of the federal contribution to the cost of education must be equal to the total amount that the student and his or her family are expected to receive from the Federal Government as grants. Section 8 authorizes a university, college or other provider of an alternative licensure program that offers an eligible teaching program in this State to apply to the State Board of Education for a grant of money to fund scholarships.On or before February 1 of each odd-numbered year, the Board of Regents shall submit to the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for transmittal to the next regular session of the Legislature a written report on the Program which must include, without limitation, information regarding: 3. The provisions of subsection 1 of NRS 218D.380 do not apply to any provision of this act which adds or revises a requirement to submit a report to the Legislature. A teaching program is eligible to receive a grant if: (1) completing the program makes a student eligible to obtain a license to teach kindergarten, any grade from grades 1 through 12 or in the subject area of special education in this State; or (2) the program allows a student to specialize in the subject area of early childhood education.(a) In determining the student contribution to the cost of education, the student contribution must not exceed the amount that the Board of Regents determines the student reasonably could be expected to earn from employment during the time the student is enrolled at a community college or state college within the System, including, without limitation, during breaks between semesters. Sections 7-10 of this bill establish the Teach Nevada Scholarship Program to provide scholarships to students pursuing teaching degrees at a university, college or other provider of an alternative licensure program in this State.This paragraph and any regulations adopted pursuant to this section must not be construed to require a student to seek or obtain employment as a condition of eligibility for a grant under the Program. Section 7 establishes the Teach Nevada Scholarship Program Account in the State General Fund to receive money to pay for Teach Nevada Scholarships, and section 11 of this bill makes an appropriation of money to the Account.