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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 12 . (Repealed)
Section 325. Certification requirements for administrators performing specific duties

4 AAC 12.325. Certification requirements for administrators performing specific duties

(a) An individual must possess an administrative certificate issued under this chapter if a district has vested that individual with the primary authority and responsibility of any of the following administrative functions:

(1) selection, appointment, oversight, review, and control of employees of the district required to hold certificates issued under this chapter;

(2) oversight of planning and development of one or more educational programs of the district.

(b) Each district must submit to the department a written designation of the individual responsible for each of the administrative functions set out under (a) of this section, along with proof that the individual possesses the administrative certificate required under this section.

(c) If a district enters a professional services contract with a corporation or other organization to obtain the services of one or more administrators who are vested with primary authority and responsibility for any of the administrative functions set out under (a) of this section, the contract must specifically designate one or more individuals who will be responsible for each of the administrative functions set out under (a) of this section. The district must provide to the department a copy of each current contract along with proof that each designated individual possesses the administrative certificate required under this section.

History: Eff. 9/29/2005, Register 175

Authority: AS 14.07.060

AS 14.20.010

AS 14.20.020

Editor's note: The subject matter of 4 AAC 12.325 was formerly located at 4 AAC 12.015. The history note for 4 AAC 12.325 does not reflect the history of the earlier section.


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