Part 3 - ELIGIBILITY FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY ASSESSMENTS OR PROGRAMS AND DIPLOMA IN NM

  1. § 6.30.3.1 - ISSUING AGENCY
  2. § 6.30.3.2 - SCOPE
  3. § 6.30.3.3 - STATUTORY AUTHORITY
  4. § 6.30.3.4 - DURATION
  5. § 6.30.3.5 - EFFECTIVE DATE
  6. § 6.30.3.6 - OBJECTIVE
  7. § 6.30.3.7 - DEFINITIONS
  8. § 6.30.3.8 - TESTING ELIGIBILITY AND USE OF THE UNDERAGE FORM
  9. § 6.30.3.9 - ISSUANCE OF HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY CREDENTIALS
  10. § 6.30.3.10 - ISSUANCE OF DEPARTMENT HIGH SCHOOL ADULT DIPLOMAS
  11. § 6.30.3.11 - CRITERIA FOR BECOMING A QUALIFIED HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PUBLISHER OR PROGRAM PROVIDER
  12. § 6.30.3.12 - CRITERIA FOR BECOMING A QUALIFIED ADULT DIPLOMA PROGRAM

Current through Register Vol. 33, No. 7, April 5, 2022

Notes

HISTORY OF 6.30.3 NMAC:
6.30.3 NMAC, Eligibility for the General Educational Development Tests (GED Tests) and Diploma in NM, filed 5/31/2001, was repealed and replaced by 6.30.3 NMAC, Eligibility for the High School Equivalency Assessments or Programs and Diploma in NM, effective 1/28/2020.
PRE-NMAC HISTORY: The material in this regulation is derived from that previously filed with the State Records Center and Archives under:
SDE Regulation 71-21, Minimum Age Requirement for G.E.D. Test Administration in New Mexico, filed January 31, 1972;
SDE Regulation 73-20, Regulation Governing Minimum Age Requirement for G.E.D. Test Administration in New Mexico, filed June 12, 1973; and
State Board of Education Regulation 80-12, eligibility for the G.E.D. Assessment or program and Diploma in New Mexico, filed March 3, 1981.

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