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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 18 . (Repealed)
Section 900. Definitions

4 AAC 18.900. Definitions

(a) "Immediate family" as used in AS 14.14.140 means

(1) husband and wife;

(2) father and son, or daughter;

(3) mother and son, or daughter;

(4) brother and sister.

(b) In AS 14.20.150 (pertaining to acquisition of tenure right), "three full school years" means

(1) three consecutive school years of service, regardless of the number of hours per day, or days per week or per month actually taught, for a person employed for full school terms, as set by AS 14.03.030 , under a contract required by this chapter; or

(2) a combination of sequential fractions of consecutive school years which equal three full school terms, regardless of the number of hours per day, or days per week or per month actually taught, for a person employed for less than full school terms, as set by AS 14.03.030 , under a contract required by this chapter.

History: Eff. 5/30/71, Register 30; am 8/30/75, Register 55; am 5/10/78, Register 66; am 1/22/81, Register 77; am 8/30/84, Register 91; am 3/31/2005, Register 173

Authority: AS 14.07.060

AS 14.20.150

Editor's note: This definition section was 4 AAC 18.030 before publication of Register 99 (October 1986). Its history note includes the history of the section in its former location.


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