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The time of care eligible for a program benefit as specified in the child care authorization is based on the schedule of eligible activities of the parents of the family. Eligible activities are
(2) attending school;
(3) doing library or laboratory activities, attending workshops or tutoring sessions, or a similar activity, required for satisfactory completion of a school course or class; time eligible for a program benefit under this paragraph for library or laboratory activities is limited to no more than
(A) one hour for each credit hour of instruction; or
(B) two hours for each credit hour of instruction if the course or class instructor has approved those hours on a form provided by the department and signed by the instructor;
(4) seeking work, up to a maximum of 80 hours of care per year;
(5) if necessary for a parent to participate in a work activity, resting eight hours before or after the parent works a night shift at the parent's place of employment;
(6) traveling between an eligible activity and the participating provider, up to
(A) a maximum travel time of one-half hour before and one-half hour after the eligible activity; or
(B) a maximum travel time of one hour before and one hour after the eligible activity if written authorization is obtained from the grantee and if the parent travels more than 30 miles from the provider or uses public transportation.
History: Eff. 6/28/90, Register 114; am 9/12/97, Register 143; am 3/8/2002, Register 161; am 9/11/2002, Register 163
Authority: AS 14.07.060
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