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(a) In this chapter,
(1) "attendance" means the time that a child is actually in the paid care of a provider;
(2) "attendance rate" means a daily, part-time daily, or hourly rate charged for a child's actual time in care;
(3) "average daily full-time equivalent units of care" means the number of units of care calculated under 4 AAC 64.900;
(4) "child" means the same as in AS 14.38.199 and (b) of this section;
(5) "child care facility" means the same as in AS 14.38.199 ;
(6) "department" means the Department of Education and Early Development;
(9) "enrollment rate" means a monthly rate for care of a child, based on a regular schedule of a predictable number of units of care per week;
(10) "grant" means a grant under AS 14.38.160 and this chapter;
(11) "month" means a calendar month unless otherwise specified;
(13) "program" means the child care grant program under AS 14.38.160 (a) and (c) of this chapter;
(14) "provider" means the same as "child care facility" in AS 14.38.199 and (c) of this section;
(15) "wrongfully obtained benefits" means program benefits received by a provider as the result of an intentional violation of program regulations;
(16) "commissioner" means commissioner of the department.
(b) For purposes of AS 14.38.160 and this chapter, "child" as defined in AS 14.38.199 does not include the biological, adopted, step-, or foster child of the owner or operator of a child care facility that is receiving a grant.
History: Eff. 9/12/97, Register 143; am 11/11/98, Register 148
Authority: AS 14.07.060
Editor's note: As of Register 151 (October 1999) the regulation attorney deleted the definitions of "director" and "division" as obsolete because the terms were no longer used in Chapter 64.
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