SPECIAL EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS (EXCERPT)
Act 156 of 1966
388.1051 Traineeship and fellowship grants for special education; purpose, qualifications, amounts.
The department of education with the advice of the division of exceptional children may make traineeship and fellowship grants to persons of good character interested in part-time or full-time study in programs designed to qualify them as teachers and other workers in special education. Persons to qualify for a traineeship shall have earned at least 60 semester hours of college credit and persons to qualify for a fellowship shall be graduates of a recognized college or university. The traineeships and fellowships shall not exceed 200 on a full-time basis in any academic year and may be in amounts of not more than $1,500.00 per academic year for traineeships and not more than $3,000.00 per academic year for fellowships, except an additional amount for each grantee may be allowed to any approved institution of higher learning in this state for tuition and fees. Part-time students and summer session students shall be awarded grants on a pro rata basis. Grants shall be made under rules and regulations prescribed by the department of education.
History: 1966, Act 156, Imd. Eff. July 1, 1966
Admin Rule: R 390.801 et seq. of the Michigan Administrative Code.
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