TITLE 17. EDUCATION
CHAPTER 1. GENERAL SCHOOL LAW
PART VII. LOUISIANA REMEDIAL EDUCATION
17:400 Administration; technical assistance and monitoring; rules and regulations by the state board; annual reporting; effectiveness
A. The department shall be utilized as needed to provide technical assistance to the city and parish school boards and to carry out the department's responsibilities for reviewing, monitoring, and evaluating the remedial programs conducted under this Part. If the department determines through its monitoring authority that a city or parish board is not actually providing the type of remedial education program that was approved through its pupil progression plan or is not complying with state evaluation regulations, the department shall withhold remedial education funding until such time as it is determined that the school board is in compliance with its approved pupil progression plan and with state evaluation regulations.
B. The state board shall adopt rules which in its opinion are necessary to assure that the programs in each city and parish school system are carried out in a manner consistent with the purpose and intent of this Part. The state superintendent of education shall prepare an annual report which shall contain:
(1) The number of students participating in programs under this Part.
(2) The level of student achievement.
(3) An analysis of the expenditure of funds by the city and parish boards.
The report shall be transmitted to the state board and the Joint Committee on Education of the Louisiana Legislature.
Acts 1986, No. 698, Sec. 1, eff. June 1, 1987.