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§ 303903.
Preservation education and training program
The Secretary, in consultation with the Council and other appropriate Federal, tribal, Native Hawaiian, and non-Federal organizations, shall develop and implement a comprehensive preservation education and training program. The program shall include—
(1) standards and increased preservation training opportunities for Federal workers involved in preservation-related functions;
(2) preservation training opportunities for other Federal, State, tribal and local government workers, and students;
(3) technical or financial assistance, or both, to historically black colleges and universities, to tribal colleges, and to colleges with a high enrollment of Native Americans or Native Hawaiians, to establish preservation training and degree programs; and
where appropriate, coordination with the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training of—
(A) distribution of information on preservation technologies;
(B) provision of training and skill development in trades, crafts, and disciplines related to historic preservation in Federal training and development programs; and
(C) support for research, analysis, conservation, curation, interpretation, and display related to preservation.
(Pub. L. 113–287, § 3, Dec. 19, 2014, 128 Stat. 3208.)