Kan. Admin. Regs. § 88-29-12 - Establishment of a qualified admission precollege curriculum by an accredited high school in Kansas,

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

(a) Any accredited high school in Kansas may establish a qualified admission precollege curriculum. Failure to establish a qualified admission precollege curriculum shall render the high school's graduates ineligible for admission to a state educational institution under the qualified admission precollege curriculum criteria specified in K.A.R. 88-29a-5 and K.A.R. 88-29a-7. If an accredited high school establishes a qualified admission precollege curriculum, the curriculum shall meet the requirements of this regulation.
(b) Each course to be included in an accredited high school's qualified admission precollege curriculum shall be approved in advance by the chief executive officer of the board of regents or the chief executive officer's designee. Each accredited high school in Kansas that wants to establish and maintain a qualified admission precollege curriculum shall submit materials to the board of regents in accordance with procedures established and distributed to Kansas accredited high schools by the board of regents or the board's designee. Failure to submit materials in a timely manner may disqualify the high school's students for admission to a state educational institution under the qualified admission precollege curriculum criteria specified in K.A.R. 88-29a-5 and K.A.R. 88-29a-7.
(c) Each course for inclusion in an accredited high school's qualified admission precollege curriculum shall be approved according to the following procedures:
(1) A course shall be approved only if it is among those courses listed in "Kansas board of regents precollege curriculum courses approved for university admissions," as adopted by reference in K.A.R. 88-29a-ll.
(2) Two i/i-unit courses may be approved to fulfill one unit of the qualified admission precollege curriculum.
(3) Any college course offered by an eligible institution of higher education may be approved for inclusion in an accredited high school's qualified admission precollege curriculum if the course meets all of the following conditions:
(A) The course is among those listed in "Kansas board of regents precollege curriculum courses approved for university admissions," as adopted by reference in K.A.R. 88-29a-ll.
(B) The number of credit hours for the college course is three or more.
(C) The college course appears on the official high school transcript.
(d) The list of courses that have been approved to be included in the qualified admission precollege curriculum for each accredited high school in Kansas shall be available from the board.
(e) Upon receipt of information that a course does not meet the requirements specified in subsection (c), the content of that course may be reviewed by the chief executive officer of the board of regents or the chief executive officer's designee to determine whether it should be approved.

This regulation shall have no force and effect on and after June 1, 2021.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 88-29-12
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 2016 Supp. 76-717; effective Aug. 1, 2007; amended, T-88-6-26-09, July 1, 2009; amended Nov. 13, 2009; amended July 22, 2011; amended Oct. 19, 2012; amended April 24, 2015; amended Jan. 13, 2017; amended by Kansas Register Volume 39, No. 40; effective October 16, 2020.

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