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(a) The department will monitor district statewide correspondence study programs to ensure compliance with the requirements of 4 AAC 33.405 - 4 AAC 33.490 and with assurances given upon application or reapplication for program approval.
(b) Upon request by the department, the district shall provide
(1) a list of all students enrolled in the statewide correspondence program, including each student's name, age, student identification issued by the department, entry date, exit date, whether the student has a disability category, and whether the student receives intensive services or related services;
(2) a list of all administrators, teachers, teacher aides, and related services personnel who provide special education and related services in the district, including, for certificated staff members, the teacher certificate numbers; and
(3) any other information required by the department to monitor programs as described in (a) of this section.
(c) If, in a monitoring conducted under (a) of this section, a statewide correspondence study program is found to be substantially and materially out of compliance, the department may order
(1) the program to immediately re-apply for approval under 4 AAC 33.420; or
(2) a summary suspension of a program's approval, under which the program will be given at least 10 days notice to cease and desist its operations; the department may order a summary suspension only if the department determines that
(A) the noncompliance was intentional; or
(B) immediate suspension of the program is necessary to protect the interests of the students at the program or the interests of the state.
(d) A district may seek reconsideration under the procedures described in 4 AAC 33.420(f) of any order issued by the department under (c) of this section. Notwithstanding a request for reconsideration, an order of summary suspension becomes effective within the time period specified in the order.
History: Eff. 12/25/2002, Register 164; am 2/20/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 14.07.020
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