Alaska Statutes.
Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
Chapter 16. Special Schools
Section 50. Applicability of Education Laws.
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AS 14.16.050. Applicability of Education Laws.

(a) The following provisions apply with respect to the operation and management of a state boarding school as if it were a school district:

(1) requirements relating to school district operations:

(A) AS 14.03.030 - 14.03.050 (defining the school term, day in session, and school holidays);

(B) AS 14.03.083 - 14.03.140 (miscellaneous provisions applicable to school district operations);

(C) regulations adopted by the board under authority of AS 14.07.020(a) that are applicable to school districts and their schools, unless the board specifically exempts state boarding schools from compliance with a regulation;

(D) AS 14.12.150 (authorizing school districts to establish and participate in the services of a regional resource center);

(E) AS 14.14.050 (imposing the requirement of an annual audit);

(F) AS 14.14.110 (authorizing cooperation with other school districts);

(G) AS 14.14.140 (b) (establishing a prohibition on employment of a relative of the chief school administrator);

(H) AS 14.18 (prohibiting discrimination based on sex in public education);

(2) requirements relating to the public school funding program and the receipt and expenditure of that funding:

(A) AS 14.17.500 (relating to student count estimates);

(B) AS 14.17.505 (relating to school operating fund balances);

(C) AS 14.17.500 - 14.17.910 (setting out the procedure for payment of public school funding and imposing general requirements and limits on money paid);

(3) requirements relating to teacher employment and retirement:

(A) AS 14.14.105 and 14.14.107 (relating to sick leave);

(B) AS 14.20.095 - 14.20.215 (relating to the employment and tenure of teachers);

(C) AS 14.20.220 (relating to the salaries of teachers employed);

(D) AS 14.20.280 - 14.20.350 (relating to sabbatical leave provisions for teachers);

(E) AS 23.40.070 - 23.40.260 (authorizing collective bargaining by certificated employees), except with regard to teachers who are administrators and except that the board may delegate some or all of its responsibilities under those statutes;

(F) AS 14.25 (provisions regarding the teachers' retirement system);

(4) requirements relating to students and educational programs:

(A) AS 14.30.180 - 14.30.350 (relating to educational services for children with disabilities);

(B) AS 14.30.360 - 14.30.370 (establishing health education program standards);

(C) AS 14.30.400 - 14.30.410 (relating to bilingual and bicultural education).

(b) A person employed as a teacher at Mt. Edgecumbe High School on May 28, 1988, acquires tenure rights in accordance with AS 14.20.150 and 14.20.155 as though the person had been employed by a school district.

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