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(a) The pre-elementary school shall provide the following information, in writing, to the department: the philosophy of education; the goals and objectives of the school; the program model and teaching techniques used in achieving the stated goals and objectives; daily educational activities schedule including provisions for individual activities, small group activities and large group activities; the number and ages of the children to be served along with the number of staff members working with the children; provisions for parental involvement; a copy of all public advertisements regarding the school; a copy of the personnel and administrative rules of the school; and a copy of all administrative forms used by the school.
(b) A pre-elementary school must have sufficient staff to provide for each child's physical care and to offer individual attention to children as it may be needed as well as time to interact with children for the benefit of their conceptual and language growth. The number of staff and their utilization should reflect programmatic requirements, differences in the needs of the children served and should permit flexible groupings.
(c) There must be at least two staff members, one of whom may be a teacher-aide, present in each building. They must be stationed in sufficient proximity to be of aid in emergency situations.
(d) The operator shall provide a written training plan for each staff member who serves in the capacity of teacher, teacher-aide or assistant teacher. This plan must include provisions for preservice and inservice training and must indicate frequency as well as content. All such training is subject to the approval of the department.
(e) The department shall investigate to determine whether the programmatic objectives of the school are being met.
History: Eff. 4/20/73, Register 45; am 5/20/77, Register 62
Authority: AS 14.07.020 (8)
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