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Institutions that do not meet these requirements are ineligible to participate in the Title IV programs, meaning that students attending these institutions are unable to access federal student aid. While not all postsecondary institutions in the United States are Title IV-eligible institutions, the vast majority are, in order to ensure that their students will be eligible for federal aid. L. 101-542) in 1990. Title II of this act, the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, amended the HEA.

S. Department of Education, Budget Service, January 23, 2008. 21 Ibid. 22 Ibid. 23 A more detailed discussion of the Unsafe School Choice Option policy is included in CRS Report RL33506, School Choice Under the ESEA: Programs and Requirements, by David P. Smole. 24 Section 9532. 25 Most states establish some threshold number of violent offenses relative to school enrollment that must be exceeded for either two or three consecutive years in order for a school to be identified as persistently dangerous.

Many of the variables examined are related to one another, and complex interactions and relationships have not been explored. Due to the large sample size, many differences (no matter how substantively minor) are statistically significant; thus, only differences of 5 percentage points or more between groups are mentioned in the findings. gov/surveys/ssocs. SELECTED FINDINGS: SCHOOL YEAR 2007–08     During the 2007–08 school year, the rate of violent incidents2 per 1,000 students was higher in middle schools (41 incidents) than in primary schools (26 incidents) or high schools (22 incidents) (table 1).

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