Iowa Admin. Code r. 281-22.7 - School district obligations

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 12, December 15, 2021

All school districts shall comply with the following obligations but may do so through direct instruction, collaboration with another school district, or use of the Iowa online advanced placement academy. An international baccalaureate program is not an advanced placement program.

(1) A school district shall provide descriptions of the advanced placement courses available to students using a course registration handbook.
(2) A school district shall ensure that advanced placement course teachers are appropriately licensed by the board of educational examiners in accordance with Iowa Code chapter 272 and meet the minimum certification requirements of the national organization that administers the advanced placement program.
(3) A school district shall establish prerequisite coursework for each advanced placement course offered and shall describe the prerequisites in the course registration handbook, which shall be provided to every junior high school or middle school student prior to the development of a core curriculum plan pursuant to Iowa Code section 279.61.
(4) A school district shall make advanced placement coursework available to a dually enrolled student under competent private instruction if the student meets the same criteria as a regularly enrolled student of the district.
(5) A school district shall make advanced placement coursework available to a student enrolled in an accredited nonpublic school located in the district if the student meets the criteria in subparagraph 22.2(2) "b"(3).

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Iowa Admin. Code r. 281-22.7
ARC 8187B, lAB 10/7/09, effective 11/11/09

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