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(a) A statewide correspondence study program may provide a fund account to the student's parents for the purpose of meeting instructional expenses for the student enrolled in the program. Expenditures from a fund account must be for the student's instructional needs as described on the individual learning plan under 4 AAC 33.421(e) (1).
(b) Textbooks, equipment, and other curriculum materials purchased with state money, including money provided to the parent through a fund account, are property of the district. Materials that are not consumables must be returned to the district when the student leaves the program for any reason.
(c) A fund account may not be used to pay for any item or service excluded under in 4 AAC 33.421(k) .
(d) The fund account may not be used by the district or the parent to supplant district funds or obligations for IEP services.
(e) The governing body of a district that offers a statewide correspondence program must establish written standards, consistent with 4 AAC 33.405 - 4 AAC 33.490, on what constitutes appropriate and allowable expenditures of the fund accounts. The district must include the written standards with its application or reapplication under 4 AAC 33.420.
(f) The district must approve all expenditures from the fund account under the written standards established by the district under (e) of this section. The district's approval process may include pre-authorization for items identified by the district in its written standards.
History: Eff. 8/6/2004, Register 171
Authority: AS 14.07.020
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