704 KAR 8:010 - Kentucky Academic Standards for Computer Science Elective

RELATES TO: KRS 156.070, 156.160, 156.850, 158.645, 158.6451, 160.290, 704 KAR 3:305

NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 156.160 requires the Kentucky Board of Education to establish courses of study for the different grades and kinds of common schools, with the courses of study to comply with the expected goals, outcomes, and assessment strategies developed under KRS 158.645 and 158.6451. KRS 156.070(1) requires the Kentucky Board of Education to manage and control the common schools and all programs operated in the schools. KRS 160.290 authorizes local boards of education to provide for courses and other services for students consistent with the administrative regulations of the Kentucky Board of Education. KRS 156.850 requires compliance with federal provisions and acts relating to vocational education. This administrative regulation incorporates by reference the Kentucky Academic Standards for Computer Science that contain the general courses of study and academic content standards of Computer Science for use in Kentucky's common schools.

Section 1. Public schools offering a computer science course or program shall meet the minimum content requirements established in the Kentucky Academic Standards for Computer Science Elective.
Section 2. Incorporation by Reference.
(1) The "Kentucky Academic Standards for Computer Science Elective", October 2018, is incorporated by reference.
(2) This material may be inspected, copied, or obtained, subject to applicable copyright law, at the Department of Education, 5th floor, 300 Sower Boulevard, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


704 KAR 8:010
45 Ky.R. 1471, 2092; eff. 2-1-2019.

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 156.070, 156.160

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