Alaska Statutes.
Title 16. Fish and Game
Chapter 43. Regulation of Entry Into Alaska Commercial Fisheries
Section 340. Educational Entry Permits.
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AS 16.43.340. Educational Entry Permits.

(a) In addition to entry permits and interim-use permits, the commission may issue educational entry permits to public, private, or denominational educational institutions accredited by the Department of Education and Early Development or accredited institutions, career, or vocational programs approved by the Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education, or full-time nonprofit residential child care facilities licensed by the Department of Health and Social Services, division of social services, if

(1) the program is offered to students at the junior high school level or above;

(2) the issuance of an educational entry permit is reasonably necessary to the instruction of students under courses offered by the applicant for the educational entry permit;

(3) the program is offered by an institution that is located in the state and has been in operation for at least two years; and

(4) the institution offering the program is not a correspondence institution.

(b) An educational entry permit may only be used in a program conducted by the recipient of the permit for the purpose of training students in the methods of commercial fishing.

(c) The commission may issue educational entry permits notwithstanding the establishment of maximum or optimum numbers under AS 16.43.240 and 16.43.290.

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