34 CFR 200.62 - Responsibilities for providing services to private school children.
(a) After timely and meaningful consultation with appropriate officials of private schools, an LEA must -
(1) In accordance with §§ 200.62 through 200.67 and section 1120 of the ESEA, provide special educational services or other benefits under subpart A of this part, on an equitable basis and in a timely manner, to eligible children who are enrolled in private elementary and secondary schools; and
(2) Ensure that teachers and families of participating private school children participate on a basis equitable to the participation of teachers and families of public school children receiving these services in accordance with § 200.65.
(1) Eligible private school children are children who -
(i) Reside in participating public school attendance areas of the LEA, regardless of whether the private school they attend is located in the LEA; and
(ii) Meet the criteria in section 1115(b) of the ESEA.
(2) Among the eligible private school children, the LEA must select children to participate, consistent with § 200.64.
(c) The services and other benefits an LEA provides under this section must be secular, neutral and nonideological.
Title 34 published on 2015-07-01
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