Regulations Adopted by the State Board & Under Review by the Department of Law
Review of adopted regulations is done first by the Department of Law. After its review, the package is sent to the Lt. Governor’s Office for a final review. The regulation becomes effective 30 days after the Lt. Governor has signed off.
4 AAC 27.057
Charter schools: The adopted regulations relate to charter school applications, grants, and pupil transportation.
4 AAC 09.160
Correspondence study programs: The adopted regulations relate to individual learning plans and student allotments.
4 AAC 06.812(b)
Accountability: The adopted regulations relate to exemptions from jury service, public reporting of aggregate enrollment and performance data about children in active-duty military families, and adjustments to the Alaska School Performance Index.
4 AAC 33.090(c)
Residential schools: The adopted regulations relate to an annual application period to open a residential school, and enrollment figures in variable-term residential schools for funding purposes.
4 AAC 06.775(a)
Assessment: The adopted regulations relate to waivers from college-ready and career-ready assessments required for graduation.
4 AAC 58
Repositories: The adopted regulations relate to state designation of natural and cultural history repositories.
4 AAC 06.075
High school graduation: The adopted regulations increase the number of math credits required for graduation.
4 AAC 06.175
Restraint and seclusion: The adopted regulations set requirements for district reporting of incidents, and the state’s criteria for approving training programs in crisis intervention.