§ 950-1-12-.27. Academic And Vocational Education
(1) COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM
(a) Written Policy, Procedure, and practice shallprovide for a comprehensive Education Program that is available to all juveniles. There is a written, standardized, competency based curriculum supported by appropriate materials and classroom resources.
(b) Written policy, procedure, and practice shallprovide for a system of academic and/or vocational assistance, as well as initial screening, assessment, and evaluation to determine each juvenile's educational needs.
(c) The educational and/or vocational programs provide instruction to juveniles to develop basic literacy and job skills. Juveniles who have not attained basic literacy skills should be required to attend remedial education classes on a daily basis.
(2) CERTIFICATION AND EVALUATION
(a) Written Policy, Procedure, and practice shallprovide that the academic and vocational education programs are recognized, certified, or licensed by the state department of education or other recognized Agency having jurisdiction.
(b) All academic and vocational training personnel are certified by a state department of education or other comparable authority.(New Rule: Filed December 17, 2004; effective January 21, 2005. Amended by Alabama Administrative Monthly Volume XXXVII, Issue No. 02, November 30, 2018, eff. December 21, 2018.)
Author: Alabama Department of Youth Services, Office of Licensing and Standards
Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, §§ 44-1-27(a)(b), 44-1-24(4)(6), 38-13-4.
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