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HB 1051 (2022)

Revise process to approve "alternative programs for granting credit"


Revises the law governing the state board of education's duty to adopt rules on alternative programs for granting credit leading to graduation. The revised law clarifies that local school boards "may" accept credit from programs approved by the state board of education. The bill also states, "Nothing in this subparagraph shall prevent a local school district from approving vendors offering credit for alternative, extended learning, or work-based programs which do not appear on the pre-approved list maintained by the state board."

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