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(a) The department will monitor school district programs to insure compliance with the requirements of this chapter and with assurances given upon application for state or federal financial aid.
(b) Upon request by the department, a district shall provide
(1) a list of students receiving services under this chapter, including each student's name, age, disability category, whether the student receives intensive services, related services, entry date, exit date, and placement;
(2) a list of all administrators, teachers, teacher aides, and related services personnel who provide special education services in the district, including, for certificated staff, the teacher certificate numbers; and
(3) any other information required by the department.
(c) At least 30 days before visiting a district for a scheduled program review, the department will provide written notice to the district of the date and purpose of the visit.
(d) The department will submit written results of program monitoring to the district within 60 days after completion of a visit under (a) of this section. The written results must include a statement of necessary corrective action.
(e) If the department determines that a district is substantially out of compliance with the requirements of this chapter, application requirements for state financial aid, or with assurances given for federal financial aid, it will conduct an entitlement review under 4 AAC 52.780.
History: Eff. 7/1/83, Register 86; am 7/16/89, Register 111; am 8/29/98, Register 147; am 8/22/2001, Register 159
Authority: AS 14.07.060
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