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Statute Text

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Article - Labor and Employment
§11–103.  
(a)   The Division shall:
(1)   promote apprenticeship and training programs;
(2)   administer job training, placement, and service programs;
(3)   implement the provisions of the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act;
(4)   administer adult education and literacy services programs;
(5)   conduct educational and job skills training programs in adult correctional facilities;
(6)   oversee any other units established pursuant to State or federal employment, training, or manpower statutes;
(7)   administer those programs assigned to the Division by law or designated by the Secretary; and
(8)   administer any community service employment programs delegated to the State under Title V of the federal Older Americans Act of 1965.
(b)   The Division shall meet and confer on a regular basis with representatives of the State’s community colleges, appointed by the Maryland Association of Community Colleges, and the adult education community, appointed by the Maryland Association for Adult Continuing and Community Education, to assure that adult education and literacy services and job training activities and resources are effectively coordinated.