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(a) Before February 1, 1994, and thereafter every third school year, each school district shall conduct a survey of students in grades five through 11, in a manner to be established by the district, to determine student interest in specific extracurricular recreational activities, interscholastic athletic activities, and intrascholastic athletic activities.
(b) Before March 1 of each school year beginning in 1994, each school district shall adopt a plan that sets out all extracurricular recreational activities, interscholastic athletic activities, and intrascholastic athletic activities that will be offered by the district during the following school year. The plan required by this subsection must provide substantially equal opportunities for each gender, and must, to the maximum extent practicable, accommodate the interests of students as expressed in the survey required by (a) of this section.
(c) In developing or amending a plan under (b) of this section, each school district shall evaluate its extracurricular recreational activities, interscholastic athletic activities, and intrascholastic athletic activities to ensure that the activities available to each gender are substantially equal based on the following criteria:
(1) the provision of equipment and supplies;
(2) the schedule of games and practice times;
(3) travel schedules and trips taken;
(4) opportunities to receive coaching;
(5) assignment of coaches and tutors;
(6) provision of locker, practice, and competitive facilities;
(7) provision of administrative support services; and
(d) A summary of the results of the survey required by (a) of this section and a copy of the plan required by (b) of this section must be available for public inspection at each school in the district by September 15 of each school year.
History: Eff. 10/31/82, Register 84; am 6/4/93, Register 126
Authority: AS 14.18.010
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