Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 160-4-3-.09 - Extended-Year Technology/Career (Vocational) Education Projects

(1) Definitions.
(a) Agriculture/family and consumer sciences project - a series of planned activities conducted by a student during the summer for which systematic instruction and supervision are provided by the instructor.
(b) Extended year - additional time available for high school technology/career (vocational) personnel to work beyond the regular 190-day school year.
(c) Work site development - contact by instructors with employers for the purpose of supervision and/or placement of students in work-based learning.
(d) Summer school - an instructional course(s) offered during the summer for Carnegie unit credit in one of the technology/career (vocational) instructional areas.
(2) Requirements.
(a) The following activities and criteria are applicable for technology/ career (vocational) education personnel involved in summer projects (extended year) funded with technology/career (vocational) grants.
1. Summer school.
2. Work-site development.
3. Agriculture/family and consumer sciences projects.
4. Technology/career (vocational) supervision.
(b) Local school systems applying for extended-year grants to provide summer school technology/career (vocational) programs in high schools shall:
1. Include the summer technology/career (vocational) program in Local Plan/Application submitted to the department.
2. Employ teachers who are state-certified, in-field for participation in the program.
3. Provide supervision of the summer technology/career (vocational) instructional program by a certified administrator.
4. Provide agriculture programs that meet the standards listed in the Agricultural Education Standards and Policies Manual.


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 160-4-3-.09
O.C.G.A. Secs. 20-2-151(b)(4)(A), 20-2-151(b), 20-2-240(a), 20-2-280, 20-4-17(a).
Original Rule entitled "Extended-Year Vocational Education Projects" adopted. F. Nov. 30, 1990; eff. Dec. 20, 1990. Amended: F. May 16, 1996; eff. June 5, 1996. Repealed: New Rule of same title adopted. F. May 20, 1999; eff. June 9, 1999.

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