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(a) In order to enroll an out-of-district student in a statewide correspondence study program, the enrolling district must provide to the student's district of residence a report listing the enrollment of the student and the percentage of time that the student is enrolled in the program. The enrolling district must also provide to the department a report providing a detailed list of out-of district students enrolled in the program, the percentage of time that each student is enrolled in the program, and each student's district of residence. The reports required under this subsection must be sent either before enrolling the out-of-district student in the program, or by the time that the district must transmit to the department its report for the student count period under AS 14.17.600 .
(b) Repealed 6/15/2000.
(c) Repealed 8/6/2004.
(d) Repealed 12/25/2002.
(e) Repealed 12/25/2002.
(f) Repealed 6/15/2000.
(g) Repealed 6/15/2000.
(h) A student may not be counted as a total of more than 1.0 full-time equivalent for state funding purposes. If a student is enrolled in both the student's district of residence and in a statewide correspondence program of another district, the district of residence shall count the student first under the provisions of 4 AAC 09.040(c) , based solely upon the student's enrollment in classes of the district of residence. Any remaining student count may be allocated to the enrolling district based on the student's enrollment in classes of the statewide correspondence study program.
History: Eff. 5/1/99, Register 150; am 6/15/2000, Register 154; am 12/25/2002, Register 164; am 8/06/2004, Register 171
Authority: AS 14.07.020
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