Section 2: General requirements
(2) General requirements: A school district must meet the requirements of this section to count an alternative learning experience as a course of study pursuant to WAC 392-121-107. This section applies solely to school districts claiming state funding pursuant to WAC 392-121-107 for an alternative learning experience, including an alternative learning experience on-line program as defined in RCW 28A.150.262. It is not intended to apply to alternative learning experiences funded exclusively with federal or local resources.
This subsection makes clear that in order to be considered a course of study eligible for state basic education funding, an ALE must meet the requirements of this section. It also makes clear the applicability of the section to only state-funded ALE.
A. These rules apply only for ALE courses claimed for state general apportionment funding. The rules don’t explicitly authorize or limit district practices related to courses or services offered to a student outside the student’s state-funded full-time equivalency.
Last updated: 7/15/2011
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