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Community Outreach Program (communityOutreachProgram)


Definitions

Source: NEDM
A program designed to involve the community in schools or to serve the community.


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Additional Geographic Designation

Additional Geographic Designation

Source: Handbooks
Any additional relevant description, beyond locale code or geo-coding, for a geographical location.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Address Type

Address Type

Source: Handbooks
The type of address listed for an individual or organization.

Code Set:

  • Mailing address - N/A
  • Other organization address - N/A
  • Physical location address - N/A
  • Shipping address - N/A
Apartment/Room/Suite Number

Apartment/Room/Suite Number

Source: Handbooks
The apartment, room, or suite number of an address.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Building/Site Number

Building/Site Number

Source: Handbooks
The number of the building on the site, if more than one building shares the same address.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number

Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number

Source: Handbooks
The number given to all Federal programs available to State and local governments.

Code Set:

  • 10.225 - Community Food Projects
  • 10.553 - School Breakfast Program
  • 10.555 - National School Lunch Program (School Lunch Program)
  • 10.556 - Special Milk Program for Children
  • 10.557 - Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC Program)
  • + 169 More Codes...
City

City

Source: Handbooks
The name of the city in which an address is located.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Country Code

Country Code

Source: Handbooks
The unique two digit International Organization for Standardization (ISO) code for the country in which an address is located. (Note: A list of countries and codes is currently maintained and updated by the ISO as ISO 3166 on its website: http://www.iso.org/iso/en/prods-services/iso3166ma/index.html.)

Code Set:

  • AD - Andorra
  • AE - United Arab Emirates
  • AF - Afghanistan
  • AG - Antigua and Barbuda
  • AI - Anguilla
  • + 238 More Codes...
County FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) Code

County FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) Code

Source: Handbooks
The Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) numeric code for the county issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Counties are considered to be the `first-order subdivisions` of each State and statistically equivalent entity, regardless of their local designations (county, parish, borough, etc.). Counties in different States will have the same code. A unique county number is created when combined with the 2-digit FIPS State Code.

Code Set:

Electronic Mail Address

Electronic Mail Address

Source: Handbooks
The numbers, letters, and symbols used to identify an electronic mail (e-mail) user within the network to which the individual or organization belongs.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Electronic Mail Address Type

Electronic Mail Address Type

Source: Handbooks
The type of electronic mail (e-mail) address listed for an individual or organization.

Code Set:

  • Home/personal - N/A
  • Organization - N/A
  • Other - N/A
  • Work - N/A
Facility Type

Facility Type

Source: Handbooks
The functional or organizational classification of a function of a facility.

Code Set:

  • Administrative office - A building or site used to house offices to support activities concerned with the overall business/management, planning, and evaluation of an education agency or school.
  • Business facility - A building or site that belongs to a business.
  • Community facility - A building or site belonging to the community and used by an education institution.
  • Correction or detention facility - A place for the confinement of persons in lawful detention.
  • Education facility (PK-12) - A building or site used to support preschool, elementary, and/or secondary instruction or specialized educational program and other education-related services to students.
  • + 9 More Codes...
Family Involvement Activities

Family Involvement Activities

Source: Handbooks
Areas in which a program offers opportunities for family involvement.

Code Set:

  • Other - N/A
  • Policy development and review - N/A
  • Program planning - N/A
  • Training participation - N/A
  • Training provision - N/A
Identification Code

Identification Code

Source: Handbooks
A unique number or alphanumeric code assigned to a space, room, site, building, individual, organization, program, or institution by a school, school system, a state, or other agency or entity.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Identification System

Identification System

Source: Handbooks
A coding scheme that is used for identification and record-keeping purposes by schools, social services, or other agencies to refer to an individual, organization, program, or institution.

Code Set:

  • District-assigned number - N/A
  • Driver's license number - N/A
  • Other - N/A
  • Personal identification number - N/A
  • Professional certificate or license number - N/A
  • + 5 More Codes...
Institution Telephone Number Type

Institution Telephone Number Type

Source: NEDM
The type of communication number listed for an organization.

Code Set:

  • Facsimile number - N/A
  • Main phone number - N/A
International Code Number

International Code Number

Source: Handbooks
The international code for the telephone number.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Latitude

Latitude

Source: Handbooks
The north or south angular distance from the equator that, when combined with longitude, reflects an estimation of where the school is physically situated.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Local Funding Type

Local Funding Type

Source: Handbooks
The type of funding from local entities that serves public health, education, social services, developmental disabilities, or other.

Code Set:

  • Community organization, business, or group - N/A
  • Local developmental disabilities agency - N/A
  • Local education agency - N/A
  • Local Part C lead agency - N/A
  • Local public health agency - N/A
  • + 3 More Codes...
Locale Code

Locale Code

Source: Handbooks
Locale code is a variable that NCES has created for general description, sampling, and other statistical purposes. Locale codes are derived to describe a school''s location ranging from `large city` to `rural.` These urban-centric locale codes are based on the physical location represented by an address that is matched against a geographic database maintained by the Census Bureau.

Code Set:

  • City, Large - Territory inside an urbanized area and inside a principal city with population of 250,000 or more.
  • City, Midsize - Territory inside an urbanized area and inside a principal city with population less than 250,000 and greater than or equal to 100,000.
  • City, Small - Territory inside an urbanized area and inside a principal city with population less than 100,000.
  • Rural, Distant - Census-defined rural territory that is more than 5 miles but less than or equal to 25 miles from an urbanized area, as well as rural territory that is more than 2.5 miles but less than or equal to 10 miles from an urban cluster.
  • Rural, Fringe - Census-defined rural territory that is less than or equal to 5 miles from an urbanized area, as well as rural territory that is less than or equal to 2.5 miles from an urban cluster.
  • + 7 More Codes...
Longitude

Longitude

Source: Handbooks
The east or west angular distance from the prime meridian that, when combined with latitude, reflects an estimation of where the school is physically situated.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Metropolitan/Micropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) Code

Metropolitan/Micropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) Code

Source: Handbooks
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) defines the Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) as having at least one urbanized area of 50,000 or more population, plus adjacent territory that has a high degree of social and economic integration with the core as measured by commuting ties. Micropolitan Statistical Areas are defined as having at least one urban cluster of at least 10,000 but less than 50,000 population, plus adjacent territory that has a high degree of social and economic integration with the core as measured by commuting ties. The MSA codes are 5 digits in length, falling within the 10000 to 59999 range, which replaces the 4-digit code previously used.

Code Set:

  • 10020 - Abbeville, LA Micropolitan Statistical Area
  • 10100 - Aberdeen, SD Micropolitan Statistical Area
  • 10140 - Aberdeen, WA Micropolitan Statistical Area
  • 10180 - Abilene, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area
  • 10220 - Ada, OK Micropolitan Statistical Area
  • + 939 More Codes...
Name of Country

Name of Country

Source: Handbooks
The name of the country in which an address is located.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Name of County

Name of County

Source: Handbooks
The name of the county, parish, borough, or comparable unit (within a state) in which an address is located.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Name of Institution

Name of Institution

Source: Handbooks
The full, legally accepted or popularly accepted name of the institution.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Name of State

Name of State

Source: Handbooks
The name of the state (within the United States) or outlying area in which an address is located.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Originating Location of Instruction/Service

Originating Location of Instruction/Service

Source: Handbooks
The type of location from which the instruction or service originates.

Code Set:

  • Business - N/A
  • Community facility - A building or site belonging to the community and used by an education institution.
  • Home - N/A
  • Hospital - A building or site belonging to or used by a hospital, sanatorium, or convalescent home.
  • In school - An individual who is precluded from holding a job because of responsibilities of being a full-time student.
  • + 4 More Codes...
Originating Location of Instruction/Service Description

Originating Location of Instruction/Service Description

Source: Handbooks
A description of the location at which instruction or service originates (e.g., room number, building site, campus designation, or address).

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Postal Code

Postal Code

Source: NEDM
A number that identifies each postal delivery area in the United States used as a portion of an address.

Code Set:

  • None - N/A
Primary Telephone Number Status

Primary Telephone Number Status

Source: Handbooks
An indication that the telephone number should be used as the principal number for an individual or organization.

Code Set:

  • No - N/A
  • Yes - N/A
Program Authorizing Date

Program Authorizing Date

Source: Handbooks
The month, day, and year on which the program is authorized to be conducted.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Availability

Program Availability

Source: Handbooks
An indication as to when the program is provided to an individual or group of individuals.

Code Set:

  • After school - N/A
  • Before school - N/A
  • During school - N/A
  • Evenings - N/A
  • In-school service day - N/A
  • + 3 More Codes...
Program Beginning Date

Program Beginning Date

Source: Handbooks
The month, day, and year on which the program or activity begins.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Beneficiary

Program Beneficiary

Source: Handbooks
The audience(s) for which the program is intended.

Code Set:

  • Administrators - N/A
  • Communities - N/A
  • Families - N/A
  • Intermediate Education Unit - N/A
  • Local Education Agencies/Local Administrative Unit - N/A
  • + 10 More Codes...
Program Benefit Targeting Type

Program Benefit Targeting Type

Source: Handbooks
Degree and focus of the activities and services an individual, group of individuals, or organization receives as a result of a program.

Code Set:

  • Both direct and incidental - Resources and services are provided to the education agency for programs aimed at designated groups, and resources and services are provided for, and rendered to, the individual, group of individuals, or organizations (e.g., free and reduced-price school meals programs, migrant education grants).
  • Direct - Resources and services are specifically provided for, and rendered to, the individual, group of individuals, or organizations (e.g., tuition reimbursement to staff).
  • Incidental - Resources and services are provided to the state education agency (SEA), intermediate agency, and/or local education agency (LEA) for programs aimed at designated groups. Usually students identified as needing special assistance are counted in a larger population with the size determining the amount of funding (e.g., magnet schools assistance, vocational education grants).
Program Delivery Structure

Program Delivery Structure

Source: Handbooks
The regularity with which a program is provided.

Code Set:

  • Fixed schedule - Program components are provided on a schedule at a particular time.
  • One-time - The program is offered as a one-time occurrence.
  • Variable schedule - Program components are provided on a varying schedule.
Program Description

Program Description

Source: Handbooks
The description of instructional or non-instructional activities and procedures or services provided to the intended audience.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Duration

Program Duration

Source: Handbooks
The actual (for fixed schedules) or average (for variable schedules) number of weeks per year that a program is provided to an individual or group of individuals.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Ending Date

Program Ending Date

Source: Handbooks
The month, day, and year on which the program or activity ends.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Frequency

Program Frequency

Source: NEDM
The actual (fixed) or average (variable) number of days per week that a program is provided to an individual or group of individuals.

Code Set:

  • 1 day per week - N/A
  • 1 to 4 times per month - N/A
  • 2 days per week - N/A
  • 3 days per week - N/A
  • 4 days per week - N/A
  • + 12 More Codes...
Program Funding Beginning Date

Program Funding Beginning Date

Source: Handbooks
The month, day, and year on which the program funding begins.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Funding Ending Date

Program Funding Ending Date

Source: Handbooks
The month, day, and year on which the funding for a program ends.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Funding Source

Program Funding Source

Source: Handbooks
Ultimate and intermediate providers of funds for a particular educational or service program or activity or for an individual's participation in the program or activity.

Code Set:

  • Business - N/A
  • College/University - N/A
  • Community - N/A
  • Federal government - N/A
  • Foundations and other charitable organizations - N/A
  • + 13 More Codes...
Program Funding Source Name

Program Funding Source Name

Source: Handbooks
The name of the organization providing funds for the program.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Funds Received

Program Funds Received

Source: Handbooks
The total amount of funds received for a particular education program or activity or for the individual's participation in the education program or activity.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Goal(s) or Purpose

Program Goal(s) or Purpose

Source: Handbooks
A description of the goals or broad purpose for the program, including expected outcomes.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Intensity

Program Intensity

Source: Handbooks
The actual (for fixed schedules) or average (for variable schedules) number of hours or portion of hours per week that a program is provided to an individual or group of individuals.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Name

Program Name

Source: Handbooks
The name of the program of instruction, training, services or benefits available through federal, state, or local agencies.

Code Set:

  • Academic Competitiveness Grants - Provides eligible first and second-year full-time undergraduates who have completed a rigorous course of study in high school with need-based grant assistance to help meet educational expenses. (FEDERAL AGENCY: Federal Student Aid, Department of Education)
  • Adolescent Family Life, Demonstration Projects - Promotes the establishment of innovative, comprehensive, and integrated approaches to the delivery of care services for pregnant and parenting adolescents with primary emphasis on adolescents who are under 17 years of age. Promotes abstinence from sexual relations through provision of age-appropriate education on sexuality and decision-making skills as the most effective method of preventing adolescent pregnancy and avoiding sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV/AIDS. (FEDERAL AGENCY: Office of the Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services)
  • Adult Education, National Leadership Activities - Supports applied research, development, demonstration, dissemination, evaluation, and related activities that contribute to the improvement and expansion of adult basic education nationally. (FEDERAL AGENCY: Office of Vocational and Adult Education, Department of Education)
  • Adult Education, State Grant Program - Funds local programs of adult education and literacy services, including workplace literacy services, family literacy services, and English literacy and civics education programs. Participation in these programs is limited to adults and out-of-school youths aged 16 and older. (FEDERAL AGENCY: Office of Vocational and Adult Education, Department of Education)
  • Advanced Placement Program - Awards grants to States to support State and local efforts to increase access to advance placement classes and tests for low-income students and covers part or all of the cost of test fees for low-income students enrolled in advanced placement courses. (FEDERAL AGENCY: Office of Innovation and Improvement (OII), Department of Education)
  • + 173 More Codes...
Program Objectives

Program Objectives

Source: Handbooks
A description of the specific outcomes expected from the program for each intended audience.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Program Type

Program Type

Source: Handbooks
The system outlining instructional or non-instructional activities and procedures designed to accomplish a predetermined educational objective or set of objectives or to provide support services to individuals and/or the community.

Code Set:

  • Adult/continuing education - A program of instruction provided by an adult/continuing education instructional organization for adults and youth beyond the age of compulsory school attendance.
  • Alternative Education - An instructional program that: 1) addresses needs of students which cannot typically be met in a regular school/program; 2) provides nontraditional education; 3) serves as an adjunct to a regular school; and 4) falls outside of the categories of regular, magnet/special program emphasis, special, or vocational/technical education.
  • Athletics - School sponsored activities, under the guidance and supervision of school staff, that provide opportunities for students to pursue various aspects of physical education.
  • Bilingual education program - A program of instruction and services that uses more than one language to teach a content area. Students served by this program may or may not be proficient in English.
  • Cocurricular programs - A program of activities that are related to the current curriculum in which a student is enrolled. This may be any type of school sponsored activity designed to provide opportunities to participate in experiences on an individual or group basis (at school or public events) for the improvement of skills. The following characteristics apply to cocurricular activities: 1) participation is necessary for meeting class requirements, for credit, or for graduation; 2) sessions are conducted at regular and uniform times during school hours, or may be conducted during authorized non school hours; 3) programs are directed or supervised by instructional staff in a learning environment similar to that found in classes offered for credit; and 4) services are primarily or totally funded by school operating funds for general instructional purposes under the direction and control of local education authorities.
  • + 29 More Codes...
Receiving Location of Instruction/Service

Receiving Location of Instruction/Service

Source: Handbooks
The type of location at which instruction or service takes place.

Code Set:

  • Business - N/A
  • Community facility - A building or site belonging to the community and used by an education institution.
  • Home of student - The residence of an individual.
  • Hospital - A building or site belonging to or used by a hospital, sanatorium, or convalescent home.
  • Library/media center - A location on campus designated as a library or media center.
  • + 5 More Codes...
Receiving Location of Instruction/Service Description

Receiving Location of Instruction/Service Description

Source: Handbooks
A description of the location at which an individual receives instruction or service (e.g., room number, building site, campus designation, or address).

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Regional Funding Type

Regional Funding Type

Source: Handbooks
The type of funding from regional entities that serves public health, education, social services, developmental disabilities, or other.

Code Set:

  • Other - N/A
  • Regional developmental disabilities entity - N/A
  • Regional or intermediate educational agency - N/A
  • Regional public health entity - N/A
  • Regional social services entity - N/A
Regulation Title

Regulation Title

Source: Handbooks
The full, legally accepted or popularly accepted name or title of a regulation, including non-regulatory guidance.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Rural and Low-Income Schools (RLIS) Program Purpose

Rural and Low-Income Schools (RLIS) Program Purpose

Source: NEDM
An indication of the use of funds from the Rural and Low-Income Schools (RLIS) Program grants.

Code Set:

  • Activities authorized under the Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program (Title IV, Part A) - N/A
  • Activities authorized under Title I, Part A - N/A
  • Activities authorized under Title III (Language instruction for LEP and immigrant students) - N/A
  • Educational technology, including software and hardware as described in Title II, Part D - N/A
  • Parental involvement activities - N/A
  • + 2 More Codes...
Service Category

Service Category

Source: NEDM
The type of service, typically designated by a state.

Code Set:

  • Instructional service - N/A
  • Itinerant service - N/A
  • Other - N/A
  • Related service (e.g. speech / language, vision) - N/A
  • Transitional service - N/A
Service Setting

Service Setting

Source: Handbooks
The setting and circumstance in which a student is served. (e.g., the educational placement of the student).

Code Set:

  • Detention facility - A correctional facility where student offenders with disabilities are placed for a period of temporary custody.
  • Early intervention classroom/center - An organized program of at least one hour in duration provided on a regular basis for a group of children; the program is usually directed toward the facilitation of several developmental areas.
  • Home - N/A
  • Homebound placement instruction - A program that provides itinerant instructional services for students who are unable to leave their homes to attend regular or special day classes because of non-contagious medical conditions, physical disabilities, or emotional problems. Teleclasses, which use special conference-type telephone equipment to provide instruction, may also be provided for these students.
  • Hospital placement instruction - A program that provides itinerant instructional services for students who are unable to leave medical treatment facilities to attend regular or special day classes because of non-contagious medical conditions, physical disabilities, or emotional problems. Teleclasses, which use special conference-type telephone equipment to provide instruction, may also be provided for these students.
  • + 14 More Codes...
State Abbreviation

State Abbreviation

Source: Handbooks
The abbreviation for the state (within the United States) or outlying area in which an address is located.

Code Set:

  • AK - Alaska
  • AL - Alabama
  • AR - Arkansas
  • AS - American Samoa
  • AZ - Arizona
  • + 54 More Codes...
State FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) Code

State FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) Code

Source: Handbooks
The Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) numeric code for the state.

Code Set:

State Funding Type

State Funding Type

Source: Handbooks
The type of funding state agencies such as public health, education, social services, developmental disabilities, or other.

Code Set:

  • Other - N/A
  • Part C lead agency - N/A
  • State department of health - N/A
  • State developmental disabilities agency - N/A
  • State Education Agency - N/A
  • + 1 More Codes...
State-assigned County Code

State-assigned County Code

Source: Handbooks
A unique number of alphanumeric code assigned for the county by the state.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Street Number/Name

Street Number/Name

Source: Handbooks
The street number and street name or post office box number of an address.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Student Support Service Type

Student Support Service Type

Source: Handbooks
Type of related or ancillary services provided to an individual or a group of individuals within the formal educational system or offered by an outside agency which provides non-instructional services to support the general welfare of students. This includes physical and emotional health, the ability to select an appropriate course of study, admission to appropriate educational programs, and the ability to adjust to and remain in school through the completion of programs. In serving a student with an identified disability, related services include developmental, corrective, or supportive services required to ensure that the individual benefits from special education.

Code Set:

  • Adaptive physical education - Programs designed to foster the development of the following physical activities: physical and motor fitness: fundamental motor skills and patterns; skills in aquatics and dance, including individual and group games; and sports (including intramural and lifetime sports). This term also includes special physical education, adapted physical education, movement education, and motor development.
  • Art therapy - Programs that enable individuals who have mental, emotional, social, or physical problems to achieve self-expression and emotional release by communicating their emotions and conflicts graphically through painting, drawing, sculpting or other art forms. Art therapy can be used as diagnostic tool or a treatment technique.
  • Assistive technology services - Programs that directly assist an individual with disabilities in the selection, acquisition, or use of an assistive technology device. Such assistance includes: 1) the evaluation of the needs of an individual, including a functional evaluation of the individual in his or her customary environment; 2) purchasing, leasing, or otherwise providing for the acquisition of assistive technology devices; 3) selecting, designing, fitting, customizing, adopting, applying, maintaining, repairing, or replacing assistive technology devices; 4) coordinating and using other therapies, interventions, or services (e.g., those associated with existing education and rehabilitation plans and programs); 5) training and technical assistance for an individual or, if appropriate, an individuals' family members; and 6) training or technical assistance for professionals (including those providing early intervention services), employers, or other individuals who are substantially involved in the major life funct
  • Audiological services - Services that include: 1)identification of individuals with hearing loss: 2) determination of the range, nature, and degree of hearing loss, and communication functions, by use of audiological evaluation, and speech conservation; 4) creation and administration of programs for prevention of hearing loss; 5) counseling and guidance of students, parent/guardians, and teachers regarding hearing loss; and 6) determination of an individual's need for group and individual amplification, selecting and fitting an appropriate aid, and evaluating the effectiveness of amplification.
  • Case management services - Programs that develop case plans for the evaluation, treatment and/or care of individuals who, because of age, illness, disability or other difficulties, are unable to arrange for services on their own behalf. The services also assess the individual's needs, coordinate the delivery of services, ensure that services are obtained in accordance with the case plan, and monitor progress to ensure that services are having a desired impact.
  • + 48 More Codes...
Telephone Number

Telephone Number

Source: Handbooks
The telephone number including the area code, and extension, if applicable.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Telephone Number Type

Telephone Number Type

Source: Handbooks
The type of communication number listed for an individual or organization.

Code Set:

  • Facsimile number - N/A
  • Home phone number - N/A
  • Mobile phone number - N/A
  • Unlisted number - N/A
  • Work phone number - N/A
Telephone Status

Telephone Status

Source: Handbooks
A description of preferred communication type or special circumstances which affect communication to an individual, organization, or institution via telephone (e.g., no telephone connection, TTY used, no one available to answer the telephone during certain hours).

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Web Site Address (URL)

Web Site Address (URL)

Source: Handbooks
The Uniform Resource Locator. The unique address of a Web page.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Zip Code

Zip Code

Source: Handbooks
The five or nine digit zip code portion of an address.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Zone Number

Zone Number

Source: Handbooks
The number assigned to a geographical area for purposes of census enumeration. For a public school census, this number is generally assigned by the local education agency (LEA).

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A


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