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(a) Each district providing special education and related services shall maintain records that demonstrate to a reasonable certainty, as determined by the department, that the district is in compliance with the requirements of this chapter and AS 14.30.180 - 14.30.350.
(b) Records required under (a) of this section include for each child at least the
(1) child's name, date of birth, and sex;
(2) category of eligibility under 4 AAC 52.130;
(3) date of referral;
(6) services provided, including dates of initiation and termination;
(7) class and grade attendance records;
(8) grade level;
(9) name, address, and telephone number of each parent; and
(10) correspondence and other communications with a parent required by his chapter.
(c) A district shall maintain records required under (a) of this section until no longer needed to provide educational services, but not less than five years. The records, with the exception of attendance records, must be maintained in a single file.
(d) If the child moves from one district to another, the district that has provided special education and related services shall, subject to the requirements of 4 AAC 52.530(a) (2), transmit copies of records maintained in accordance with this section to the other district upon request of that district or a parent of the child.
(e) The requirements of this section are in addition to other requirements of 4 AAC 06.120, this chapter, or other law.
History: Eff. 7/1/83, Register 86; am 7/16/89, Register 111; am 8/22/2001, Register 159
Authority: AS 14.07.060
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