34 CFR 222.94 - What are the responsibilities of the LEA with regard to Indian policies and procedures?
(1) Its Indian policies and procedures (IPPs), and
(2) The LEA's general educational program and activities.
(1) Disseminate relevant applications, evaluations, program plans and information related to the LEA's education program and activities with sufficient advance notice to allow tribes and parents of Indian children the opportunity to review and make recommendations.
(2) Provide an opportunity for tribes and parents of Indian children to provide their views on the LEA's educational program and activities, including recommendations on the needs of their children and on how the LEA may help those children realize the benefits of the LEA's education programs and activities. As part of this requirement, the LEA will -
(i) Notify tribes and the parents of Indian children of the opportunity to submit comments and recommendations, considering the tribe's preference for method of communication, and
(ii) Modify the method of and time for soliciting Indian views, if necessary, to ensure the maximum participation of tribes and parents of Indian children.
(3) At least annually, assess the extent to which Indian children participate on an equal basis with non-Indian children in the LEA's education program and activities. As part of this requirement, the LEA will:
(4) Modify the IPPs if necessary, based upon the results of any assessment or input described in paragraph (b) of this section.
(5) Respond at least annually in writing to comments and recommendations made by tribes or parents of Indian children, and disseminate the responses to the tribe and parents of Indian children prior to the submission of the IPPs by the LEA.
(6) Provide a copy of the IPPs annually to the affected tribe or tribes.
(3) If an LEA determines, after input from the tribe and parents of Indian children, that its IPPs do not meet the requirements of this section, the LEA shall amend its IPPs to conform to those requirements within 90 days of its determination.
(4) An LEA that amends its IPPs shall, within 30 days, send a copy of the amended IPPs to -
(i) The Impact Aid Program Director for approval; and
(ii) The affected tribe or tribes.
Title 34 published on 13-Sep-2017 03:59
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 34 CFR Part 222 after this date.
- 34 CFR 222.91 — What Requirements Must a Local Educational Agency Meet to Receive a Payment Under Section 7003 of the Act for Children Residing on Indian Lands?
- 34 CFR 222.95 — How Are Indian Policies and Procedures Reviewed to Ensure Compliance With the Requirements in Section 8004(a) of the Act?
- 34 CFR 222.102 — Who May File a Complaint About a Local Educational Agency's Indian Policies and Procedures?