Alternative and Incarcerated Education
The page includes information regarding the definition and characteristics of alternative education, a list of approved instructional programs to prepare student to pass the General Educational Development (GED) ® tests, requirements for incarcerated education programs and ways to access recycled computers.
Making a Difference - information to districts hoping to start or improve their alternative education program
Symposium Synthesis - "A Blue Print for Action" - Key action steps identified during the Alternative Education Symposium
Approved programs' lists:
Tables for Reporting Statewide Accountability for Student Success (SASS) Data for the 2011-12 School Year
Education of Incarcerated Youth Program Plan Review Guide: Information to assist in completing the Program Plan
Education of Incarcerated Youth Program Memo
Regents Item: Educational Programming for Students Who Are Incarcerated and/or Institutionalized Through the Judicial System - A January 2005 report presented to the Board of Regents on the education of students who are incarcerated or institutionalized.