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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 6 . (Repealed)
Section 260. Additional requirements

4 AAC 06.260. Additional requirements

(a) For purposes of 4 AAC 06.210 or 4 AAC 06.230, a district may not consider a school designated at Level 2 or higher under 4 AAC 06.835 a safe school.

(b) A district that is required to offer to transfer a student to a safe school shall make that offer even if the only available safe schools within the district exceed the schools' capacity limits. However, nothing in this subsection authorizes a district or school to fail to comply with the requirements of AS 18.70 and 13 AAC 50.

(c) A district that is required under 4 AAC 06.210 or 4 AAC 06.230 to offer a student a transfer to a safe school, but that does not contain a safe school of an appropriate grade level, shall offer to

(1) transfer the student to the parent's choice of any school designated at Level 2 or higher under 4 AAC 06.835 or at-risk school of appropriate grade level in the district; the district shall provide the parent a full explanation of how a school receives a designation under 4 AAC 06.835 or an "at-risk" designation; and

(2) work with the parent to identify other suitable educational opportunities for the student, including

(A) transfer to another district; and

(B) attending a statewide correspondence school.

History: Eff. 11/23/2003, Register 168

Authority: AS 14.07.020

AS 14.07.060

AS 14.33.120

AS 14.50.080

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