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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 7 . (Repealed)
Section 60. Student records

4 AAC 07.060. Student records

(a) Each district shall maintain for each student a cumulative record consisting, at a minimum, of the following:

(1) subjects student has taken;

(2) grades earned and an explanation of the grading system used;

(3) units of credit earned;

(4) attendance records;

(5) scores student has recorded on standard tests taken; and

(6) records of required immunizations and physical examinations and other health-related matters required by state law or district policy or bylaws; and

(7) beginning August 31, 2002, a unique 10-digit individual student identification number issued by the department; the student identification number must appear in each electronic record containing student-level information that is reported to the department; the student identification number must appear on each student examination booklet administered under 4 AAC 06.712, 4 AAC 06.730, 4 AAC 06.737, and 4 AAC 06.755.

(b) All district policies and practices with respect to student records must conform to current and appropriate state and federal laws and regulations.

History: Eff. 3/1/78, Register 65; am 4/13/2002, Register 162

Authority: AS 14.07.020

AS 14.07.060

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