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(a) Each school district shall develop and adopt policies regarding student rights and responsibilities. These policies must address both substantive and procedural matters relating to standards of student behavior, treatment, and discipline. A uniform discipline policy must be in effect throughout the district for the purpose of establishing standards and procedures in matters relating to student discipline. The procedures, at a minimum, must address the following:
(1) routine discipline case procedure; and
(2) chronic or serious discipline case procedure.
(b) All district policies must be consistent with the federal and state constitutions, state statutes and regulations as written or construed by courts of competent jurisdiction.
(c) The use of corporal punishment in Alaska public schools is prohibited.
History: Eff. 8/30/75, Register 55; am 3/1/78, Register 65; am 8/25/89, Register 111
Authority: AS 14.07.020 (a)
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