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CHAPTER 15.1-26ADULT EDUCATION15.1-26-01.Definitions - Adult and adult basic and secondary education.Forpurposes of this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires:1.&quot;Adult&quot; means any individual who is beyond the age of compulsory school<br>attendance.2.&quot;Adult basic and secondary education&quot; means:a.Instructional services for adults who:(1)Do not have the basic literacy skills necessary to function effectively in<br>society;(2)Do not have a certificate of graduation from a school providing secondary<br>education; or(3)Have not reached a level of education equivalent to that required for a<br>certificate of graduation to be issued.b.Education for adults whose inability to speak, read, or write English is a<br>substantial impairment of their ability to obtain or retain employment<br>commensurate with their ability.15.1-26-02. Adult basic and secondary education programs - Coordination. Thesuperintendent of public instruction shall coordinate adult basic and secondary education<br>programs and shall administer state and federal funding for the programs.15.1-26-03.Adult basic and secondary education programs - Availability.Theboard of a school district may make adult basic and secondary education programs available to<br>any individual over sixteen years of age who is unable to attend the public schools of the district.15.1-26-04. Funding for adult basic and secondary education programs. The boardof a school district may use school district funds to aid and promote adult basic and secondary<br>education programs and may charge a reasonable fee for enrollment in such programs.15.1-26-05. General equivalency diplomas - Copies. The superintendent of publicinstruction may charge up to three dollars for each general equivalency diploma issued, up to ten<br>dollars for each copy of a general equivalency diploma, and up to two dollars for each copy of a<br>transcript belonging to an individual pursuing a general equivalency diploma. The superintendent<br>shall forward any money generated under this section to the state treasurer for deposit in the<br>revolving printing fund in the state treasury and may expend the money to cover costs associated<br>with the administration of the general equivalency diploma program.15.1-26-06. General educational development test results - Confidentiality.Theresults of general educational development tests maintained by the superintendent of public<br>instruction are confidential and are not open for public inspection. This section does not prohibit<br>the superintendent of public instruction from making an individual's test results available at the<br>written request of the individual.15.1-26-07. Adult basic and secondary education fund - Continuing appropriation.The superintendent of public instruction may receive and accept money from any public or<br>private source for adult basic and secondary education programs. Any money received for adult<br>basic and secondary education programs but not specifically appropriated by the legislative<br>assembly must be deposited in the adult basic and secondary education fund in the state<br>treasury. All money in the fund, and any interest upon moneys in the fund, is appropriated to thePage No. 1superintendent of public instruction for the purpose of administering and implementing adult<br>basic and secondary education programs. Any funds appropriated under this section are not<br>subject to section 54-44.1-11.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-26 adult education

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CHAPTER 15.1-26ADULT EDUCATION15.1-26-01.Definitions - Adult and adult basic and secondary education.Forpurposes of this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires:1.&quot;Adult&quot; means any individual who is beyond the age of compulsory school<br>attendance.2.&quot;Adult basic and secondary education&quot; means:a.Instructional services for adults who:(1)Do not have the basic literacy skills necessary to function effectively in<br>society;(2)Do not have a certificate of graduation from a school providing secondary<br>education; or(3)Have not reached a level of education equivalent to that required for a<br>certificate of graduation to be issued.b.Education for adults whose inability to speak, read, or write English is a<br>substantial impairment of their ability to obtain or retain employment<br>commensurate with their ability.15.1-26-02. Adult basic and secondary education programs - Coordination. Thesuperintendent of public instruction shall coordinate adult basic and secondary education<br>programs and shall administer state and federal funding for the programs.15.1-26-03.Adult basic and secondary education programs - Availability.Theboard of a school district may make adult basic and secondary education programs available to<br>any individual over sixteen years of age who is unable to attend the public schools of the district.15.1-26-04. Funding for adult basic and secondary education programs. The boardof a school district may use school district funds to aid and promote adult basic and secondary<br>education programs and may charge a reasonable fee for enrollment in such programs.15.1-26-05. General equivalency diplomas - Copies. The superintendent of publicinstruction may charge up to three dollars for each general equivalency diploma issued, up to ten<br>dollars for each copy of a general equivalency diploma, and up to two dollars for each copy of a<br>transcript belonging to an individual pursuing a general equivalency diploma. The superintendent<br>shall forward any money generated under this section to the state treasurer for deposit in the<br>revolving printing fund in the state treasury and may expend the money to cover costs associated<br>with the administration of the general equivalency diploma program.15.1-26-06. General educational development test results - Confidentiality.Theresults of general educational development tests maintained by the superintendent of public<br>instruction are confidential and are not open for public inspection. This section does not prohibit<br>the superintendent of public instruction from making an individual's test results available at the<br>written request of the individual.15.1-26-07. Adult basic and secondary education fund - Continuing appropriation.The superintendent of public instruction may receive and accept money from any public or<br>private source for adult basic and secondary education programs. Any money received for adult<br>basic and secondary education programs but not specifically appropriated by the legislative<br>assembly must be deposited in the adult basic and secondary education fund in the state<br>treasury. All money in the fund, and any interest upon moneys in the fund, is appropriated to thePage No. 1superintendent of public instruction for the purpose of administering and implementing adult<br>basic and secondary education programs. Any funds appropriated under this section are not<br>subject to section 54-44.1-11.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-26 adult education

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CHAPTER 15.1-26ADULT EDUCATION15.1-26-01.Definitions - Adult and adult basic and secondary education.Forpurposes of this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires:1.&quot;Adult&quot; means any individual who is beyond the age of compulsory school<br>attendance.2.&quot;Adult basic and secondary education&quot; means:a.Instructional services for adults who:(1)Do not have the basic literacy skills necessary to function effectively in<br>society;(2)Do not have a certificate of graduation from a school providing secondary<br>education; or(3)Have not reached a level of education equivalent to that required for a<br>certificate of graduation to be issued.b.Education for adults whose inability to speak, read, or write English is a<br>substantial impairment of their ability to obtain or retain employment<br>commensurate with their ability.15.1-26-02. Adult basic and secondary education programs - Coordination. Thesuperintendent of public instruction shall coordinate adult basic and secondary education<br>programs and shall administer state and federal funding for the programs.15.1-26-03.Adult basic and secondary education programs - Availability.Theboard of a school district may make adult basic and secondary education programs available to<br>any individual over sixteen years of age who is unable to attend the public schools of the district.15.1-26-04. Funding for adult basic and secondary education programs. The boardof a school district may use school district funds to aid and promote adult basic and secondary<br>education programs and may charge a reasonable fee for enrollment in such programs.15.1-26-05. General equivalency diplomas - Copies. The superintendent of publicinstruction may charge up to three dollars for each general equivalency diploma issued, up to ten<br>dollars for each copy of a general equivalency diploma, and up to two dollars for each copy of a<br>transcript belonging to an individual pursuing a general equivalency diploma. The superintendent<br>shall forward any money generated under this section to the state treasurer for deposit in the<br>revolving printing fund in the state treasury and may expend the money to cover costs associated<br>with the administration of the general equivalency diploma program.15.1-26-06. General educational development test results - Confidentiality.Theresults of general educational development tests maintained by the superintendent of public<br>instruction are confidential and are not open for public inspection. This section does not prohibit<br>the superintendent of public instruction from making an individual's test results available at the<br>written request of the individual.15.1-26-07. Adult basic and secondary education fund - Continuing appropriation.The superintendent of public instruction may receive and accept money from any public or<br>private source for adult basic and secondary education programs. Any money received for adult<br>basic and secondary education programs but not specifically appropriated by the legislative<br>assembly must be deposited in the adult basic and secondary education fund in the state<br>treasury. All money in the fund, and any interest upon moneys in the fund, is appropriated to thePage No. 1superintendent of public instruction for the purpose of administering and implementing adult<br>basic and secondary education programs. Any funds appropriated under this section are not<br>subject to section 54-44.1-11.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-26 adult education

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