SSS

Student Support Services

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.

Alternative Education

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 for:

Alternative High School Equivalency Preparation and Alternative Transition Programs for School Year 2013-14 (pdf 99.89 KB)

Tables for Reporting Statewide Accountability for Student Success (SASS) Data for the 2012-13 School Year

          

Application for Variance of Admission to AHSEP Program - Requirement (Word File 37 KB)

Alternative Education Steering Committee Directory (Word File 108 KB)

Application for Alternative Educational Programs and Services Pursuant to Section 116.4

Frequently Used Special Education Application

Consolidated Application for Sch. Yr. 2013-14 for Alternative Transition and Alternative High School Equivalency Preparation Programs (Word File229.0 KB)

Incarcerated Education

Court Placed Youth Memo

Education of Incarcerated Youth Program Plan for Sch. Yr. 2013-14 (Word File 140.0 KB)

Education of Incarcerated Youth Program Plan Review Guide (Word File 45.0 KB): 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.

CREATE - Computer Recycling for Education and Technology Education

CREATE - Computer Recycling for Education and Technology Enhancement

Last Updated: April 15, 2014