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(a) A district application for a quality school funding grant authorized under AS 14.17.480 must be made on forms prescribed by and available from the department. Applications must be received by the department no later than May 1 for a grant for the following school year. An application must set out the district's annual program plan and budget designed to improve student achievement through
(1) implementation of student standards and assessments;
(2) professional standards;
(3) family, school, business, and community networks; and
(4) school excellence standards.
(b) The department will review each application to ensure that the district's quality school plan includes a practical methodology providing for each of the plan elements required under (a)(1) - (4) of this section. The application must provide a written explanation of
(1) how the proposed project will contribute to the improvement of student achievement;
(2) measurable goals and objectives for the project; and
(3) how the proposed project's effects on student achievement will be demonstrated, measured, and evaluated.
(c) The commissioner will approve or deny an application based upon a determination of whether the district's plan meets the requirements of (a) and (b) of this section. The department will return an application that has been denied to the district by certified mail along with a written explanation of the reasons for the denial. The district may submit a revised application for reconsideration by the commissioner, to be received by the department no later than 30 days from the date that the district received the initial notice of denial. A district may appeal the denial of its application in accordance with 4 AAC 40.
History: Eff. 4/2/99, Register 149
Authority: AS 14.07.020
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