In this chapter:
"Behind-the-wheel instruction" means that portion of the driver education
program in which the student is actually driving a vehicle.
(2) "CESA" means a cooperative educational
service agency, under ch. 116, Stats.
(3) "CCDEB" means county children with
disabilities education boards, under s.
(4) "Classroom instruction"
includes both individual or group teaching and learning activities which
involve study of the inter-relationship of persons and the motor vehicle within
the traffic environment.
"Department" means the department of public instruction.
(6) "Laboratory instruction" means that
portion of the program which provides students the opportunity for driving
experiences and includes behind-the-wheel instruction, observation instruction,
and simulation instruction.
"Multiple-vehicle driving range instruction" or "range instruction" means that
portion of the program on which the student is driving a vehicle on a
designated off-street facility on which a number of motor vehicles operate
instruction" means the instruction which occurs during the time a student is a
passenger in a vehicle in which another student is receiving behind-the-wheel
instruction" means that portion of the program in which a student is driving a
vehicle on public streets or highways in a dual-controlled vehicle under the
supervision of a driver education teacher, or is a passenger in the vehicle
while another student is driving.
(10) "Private school" means an institution
which operates a high school level educational program and meets the criteria
Stats., or has been determined to be a private school under s.
instruction" means the use of synthetic training devices to prepare a student
for driving a real motor vehicle.
(12) "TCS" means a technical college system
district established under ch. 38, Stats.
Wis. Admin. Code Department of Public Instruction § PI 21.02
Cr. Register, May, 1986,
No. 364, eff. 7-1-86; correction in (12) made under s. 13.93(2m) (b) 6, Stats.,
Register, March, 1996, No. 483; CR 06-092: am. (3) Register December 2006 No.
612, eff. 1-1-07.