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15-901.07 Concurrent Coursework; Calculation Of Average Daily Membership; Definition

15-901.07. Concurrent coursework; calculation of average daily membership; definition

A. A school district or a charter school may include students enrolled in concurrent coursework for the purposes of calculating average daily membership if the school district has received approval from the state board of education or the charter school has received approval from its sponsor to offer concurrent coursework and all of the following apply:

1. A student earns at least three semester hours of credit per semester in the community college or university course.

2. A student is awarded academic credit by the school district or charter school for the concurrent coursework pursuant to section 15-701.01.

3. The concurrent coursework is at a higher level than the course taught at the school district or charter school in grades nine through twelve.

4. A student who is enrolled in concurrent coursework also attends at least one course offered at the school district or charter school per semester.

5. The concurrent coursework is applicable to an established community college academic degree or certificate program that is transferable to a university under the jurisdiction of the Arizona board of regents. Concurrent coursework that is applicable to a community college occupational degree or certificate program may be transferable to a university under the jurisdiction of the Arizona board of regents.

6. The school district or charter school pays the community college or university for the tuition cost of the concurrent coursework or reimburses the student for the tuition cost of the concurrent coursework.

B. A course at a community college or university of three semester hours of credit or more is considered a subject for the purposes of meeting the definition of full-time student prescribed in section 15-901. A course at a community college or university of three semester hours of credit or more is not required to meet one hundred twenty-three hours a year, or the equivalent, to be considered a subject.

C. Instructional hours provided by a community college or university to a student in concurrent coursework shall be included in the calculation of the average daily membership for that student pursuant to section 15-901.

D. Notwithstanding the subject requirements prescribed in section 15-901, the hours in which a student who is enrolled in concurrent coursework attends a high school shall be included in the calculation of the average daily membership for that student.

E. Average daily membership shall be based on the combined hours that the student is enrolled in at the school district or charter school and at the community college or university. Average daily membership shall be calculated by dividing the combined hours by seven hundred twenty, except that if a student in grade nine through twelve participates in Arizona online instruction, average daily membership shall be calculated by dividing the combined hours by nine hundred. Except as otherwise provided by law, for a full-time high school student who attends concurrent enrollment courses pursuant to this section, the average daily membership may not exceed 1.0.

F. For the purposes of this section, "concurrent coursework" means courses at a community college under the jurisdiction of a community college district in this state or at a university under the jurisdiction of the Arizona board of regents in the required or elective subjects that satisfy high school graduation requirements pursuant to section 15-701.01.

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Doug Ducey
Doug Ducey
January 5, 2015 -
Republican
602-926-3620
1700 West Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ, 85007

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