The primary purpose of this funding is to build the capacity of districts and schools to effectively contribute to the reduction of HIV infection and other STD among adolescents; the reduction of disparities in HIV infection and other STD experienced by specific adolescent sub-populations; and the conducting
of school-based surveillance through YRBS and Profiles implementation.
Program activities are expected to reinforce efforts to reduce teen pregnancy rates, due to the shared risk factors for, and intervention activities to address, HIV infection, other STD, and teen pregnancy.
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Eligible Applicants: SEA and TEA.
All 50 state education agencies, plus the District of Columbia, and the territorial education agencies in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Guam, Republic of the Marshall Islands, and Republic of Palau are eligible to apply for Strategies 1 and 2.
SEA and TEA are not eligible for Strategy 3.
If a state or territorial education agency declines to apply for Strategy 1, the health agency in the same jurisdiction or the health agencys Bona Fide Agent may apply on their behalf.
Either the education agency or the health agency in a state or territory must be awarded for Strategy 1 and include at least four of the seven sexual behavior questions on the 2015 YRBS questionnaire in order for the education agency in that state or territory to be awarded for Strategy 2.
SHA/THA are not eligible for Strategy 2, 3 or 4.
Three states (Minnesota, Oregon, and Washington) have an established statewide survey that monitors HIV-related risk behaviors and other priority health risk behaviors.
These three states may request a waiver for this requirement to be eligible for program funding.
Waiver requirements can be found at: www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/foa/1308foa/.
Thirty-one Local Education Agencies are eligible to compete for Strategies 1 and 2, and eleven of the 31 LEA are eligible to compete for Strategy 4.
LEA are not eligible for Strategy 3.
11 LEA eligible for Strategies 1, 2 and 4: Broward Schools, Broward County, Fort Lauderdale, FL City of Chicago School District 299, Cook County, Chicago, IL Dade County Schools, Miami-Dade County, Miami, FL Dekalb County Schools, Stone Mountain, GA District of Columbia Public Schools, District of Columbia, Washington, DC Houston Independent School District, Harris County, Houston, TX Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, CA Memphis City Schools, Shelby County, Memphis, TN New York City Schools, New York City, NY Philadelphia City School District, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia, PA San Francisco Unified School District, San Francisco County, San Francisco, CA 20 LEA eligible for Strategies 1 and 2: Baltimore City Public Schools, Baltimore, MD Boston Public Schools, Suffolk County, Boston, MA Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, OH Columbus City School District, FranFull Opportunity Web Address:THIS IS NOT AN ACTIVE LINK. PLEASE CLICK ON THE WORDS "FULL ANNOUNCEMENT" AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE.Contact:
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