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[ ] Yes [ ]No

Does the Governing Board determine if the subject matter of the community college or university course is appropriate to the specific requirement which the pupil intends it to fulfill and if the level of the community college or university course is less than, equal to or higher than a high school course?

[ ] Yes [ ]No

Does the school district provide a list of credits that have been accepted or denied to a pupil who transfers from a private, charter, or district school and does the district allow the pupil to take an examination in each course where core credit has been denied.

[ ] Yes [ ]No

Does the school district accept credit for each private school course if the pupil takes an examination and receives a passing score on a test designed and evaluated by a teacher in the school district who teaches the subject matter on which the exam is based?

[ ] Yes [ ]No

Does the school district accept the credit that a pupil who was previously enrolled in a charter school or school district and adopt a policy concerning the application of transfer credits for the purpose of determining whether a credit earned by such a pupil will be assigned as an elective or core credit

[ ] Yes [ ]No

Ars†15-701.02: alternative high school graduation requirement

Does the school district apply alternative high school graduation requirements, including augmentation scores, to pupils who fail to achieve a passing score on the competency test required for graduation?

[ ] Yes [ ]No

Ars†15-703 kindergartners and special departments; special teachers

Each common school district or unified district shall establish a kindergarten program unless the governing body of the district files an exemption claim with the Arizona Department of Education. Does the district have a kindergarten program or an exemption claim on file?

If the district chooses, does it employ special teachers in special subjects and establish departments of industrial arts and consumer education?

[ ] Yes [ ]No

Ars†15-704 reading proficiency

Does each school district that provides instruction in K-3 select and administer screening, ongoing diagnostic and classroom based instructional reading assessments, including a motivational assessment to monitor student progress.

[ ] Yes [ ]No

Has the district conducted a curriculum evaluation and adopted a scientifically based reading curriculum that includes the essential components of reading instruction and provided ongoing teacher training

[ ] Yes [ ]No

Has the district determined the percentage of pupils in grade three who do not meet the reading standards, and, if the percentage of students who do not meet the standards exceeds 20%, has the district conducted a review of its reading program that includes curriculum and professional development? In addition, has the district, after such a review, adopted at a public meeting a method of best practice for teaching reading based on scientifically based reading research?

[ ] Yes [ ]No

Ars†15-705 extracurricular activities; requirements

Has the Governing Board adopted policies and procedures governing the requirements for pupils' participation in extracurricular activities, including grade requirements? Does the Governing Board, after consultation with parents and teachers, adopt policies and procedures governing requirements for pupils' participation in extracurricular activities for pupils in grade 6, if the grade is part of a middle school, and grades seven through twelve as prescribed by the State Board of Education?*

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Source:  OpenStax, Arizona education law review: gary emanuel, northern arizona university. OpenStax CNX. Oct 09, 2009 Download for free at http://cnx.org/content/col11123/1.6
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