4 AAC 33.426 - Core course requirements

(a) A student enrolled in a correspondence study program, whether full-time or part-time, must take at least 50 percent of the student's coursework that the student takes through the correspondence study program in core courses. A student enrolled in more than two correspondence classes must take core courses in at least two different subject areas.
(b) A district may waive the requirement of (a) of this section ifthe district determines that the student is a senior and needs less than 50 percent of the student's curriculum in core courses to qualify for high school graduation from the correspondence study program in which the student is enrolled. A district shall waive the requirement of (a) of this section if the student obtained achievement levels that met standards in English language arts and mathematics as set out in 4 AAC 06.739(b) during the previous academic year.
(c) Core course work performed outside the student's correspondence study program may not count towards the requirements set out under (a) of this section.
(d) In this section, "core course" means
(1) a course of study in
(A) English;
(B) mathematics;
(C) social studies;
(D) science;
(E) technology;
(F) world languages; or
(2) a course required by a student's IEP if the student is receiving special education and related services under 4 AAC 52.

Notes

4 AAC 33.426
Eff. 8/6/2004, Register 171; am 9/19/2008, Register 187; am 2/16/2013, Register 205; am 3/6/2015, Register 213, April 2015; am 4/6/2016, Register 218, July 2016

Authority:AS 14.03.300

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