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(a) The department may appoint a task force to support and advise a district when a school in the district has been designated an at-risk school if, after review of the district's plan submitted under 4 AAC 06.210(a) (2), the department determines that a task force will assist the district.
(b) After a school within a district has been designated a persistently dangerous school, the department will
(1) appoint a task force to support and advise the district;
(2) review the plan submitted under 4 AAC 06.210(b) (2) by the district, and approve or disapprove that plan;
(3) work with the district to identify funding or grant opportunities to improve the safety status of the school; and
(4) take any other action necessary to comply with federal law consistent with AS 14.
History: Eff. 11/23/2003, Register 168
Authority: AS 14.07.020
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