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(a) In AS 14.17 and this chapter, unless the context requires otherwise,
(1) "alternative school" means an educational program that is not a correspondence study program and that is
(A) designed to target a specific student population to receive a specialized instructional program or curriculum; or
(B) a charter school;
(2) "community" means
(A) an incorporated city;
(B) a unified municipality; or
(C) a place that is not incorporated as a city or a unified municipality and that has a school enrollment of at least 10 full-time equivalent students;
(3) "correspondence study program" means any educational program, including a charter school program or a state supported home-schooling program, that provides
(A) for each secondary course, less than three hours per week of scheduled face-to-face interaction, in the same location, between a teacher certificated under AS 14.20.020 and each class;
(B) for elementary students, less than 15 hours per week of scheduled face-to-face interaction, in the same location, between a teacher certificated under AS 14.20.020 and each full-time equivalent elementary student.
(b) In the definition of "local contribution" in AS 14.17.990 ,
(1) "appropriations" means money appropriated to a district's school operating fund by the city or borough;
(2) "value of in-kind services" means the value of in-kind services performed for a district by the city or borough as reported in the district's school operating fund.
History: Eff. 7/22/99, Register 151; am 10/8/99, Register 152; am 12/2/2000, Register 156
Authority: AS 14.03.040
Sec. 40, ch. 83,
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