In this chapter:
"Advanced standing" means postsecondary credit granted upon technical college
enrollment toward a degree or diploma program for a secondary course taken by a
pupil which is part of a sequence of courses designed to help high school
graduates make the transition from high school to postsecondary technical
education and for which there is an articulation agreement between the school
district offering the course and the technical college district
(2) "Articulation agreement" means an
agreement between the school district offering a secondary course and a
technical college district through which postsecondary credit may be applied
toward advanced standing.
"Board" means the Wisconsin technical college system board.
(4) "Compulsory school attendance
participation" means the participation of high school age students in technical
college courses or programs under the provisions of s. 118.15(1) (b), (cm) and (d), Stats.
(5) "District" means a
technical college district established under ch. 38, Stats.
(6) "District board" means the district board
charged with governance of the technical colleges within a district.
(8) "School district" has the meaning given
in s. 115.001(3), Stats.
"Technical preparation program" means a high school program established under
s. 118.34, Stats.
"Transcripted credit" means credit that may be applied toward high school
graduation requirements or toward a technical college associate degree or
vocational diploma program.
"Youth options program" means enrollment under the provisions of s. 38.12(14),
Wis. Admin. Code Tcs § TCS 9.02
Cr. Register, September,
1995, No. 477, eff. 10-1-95; am. (11), Register, April, 1999, No. 520, eff.
5-1-99; renum. (7) to be (11) under s. 13.93(2m) (b) 1, Stats., Register,
April, 1999, No. 520.
correction in (11) and (Note) made under s. 13.92(4) (b) 7., Stats.,
October 2018 No. 754, eff.
Wisconsin Act 59 (2017) moved the Youth Options Program from
s. 118.55(7r), Stats., to 38.12 (14), Stats., and changed the name to
Attendance at Technical College.