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Title 25Chapter ISubchapter EPart 30


TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER I—BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER E—EDUCATION

PART 30—ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS

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§30.100
What is the purpose of this part?
§30.101
What definitions apply to terms in this part?

Subpart A—DEFINING ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS

§30.102
Does the Act require the Secretary of the Interior to develop a definition of AYP for Bureau-funded schools?
§30.103
Did the Committee consider a separate Bureau definition of AYP?
§30.104
What is the Secretary's definition of AYP?

Alternative Definition of AYP

§30.105
May a tribal governing body or school board use another definition of AYP?
§30.106
How does a tribal governing body or school board propose an alternative definition of AYP?
§30.107
What must a tribal governing body or school board include in its alternative definition of AYP?
§30.108
May an alternative definition of AYP use parts of the Secretary's definition?

Technical Assistance

§30.109
Will the Secretary provide assistance in developing an alternative AYP definition?
§30.110
What is the process for requesting technical assistance to develop an alternative definition of AYP?
§30.111
When should the tribal governing body or school board request technical assistance?

Approval of Alternative Definition

§30.113
How does the Secretary review and approve an alternative definition of AYP?
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Subpart B—ASSESSING ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS

§30.114
Which students must be assessed?
§30.115
Which students' performance data must be included for purposes of AYP?
§30.116
If a school fails to achieve its annual measurable objectives, what other methods may it use to determine whether it made AYP?
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Subpart C—FAILURE TO MAKE ADEQUATE YEARLY PROGRESS

§30.117
What happens if a Bureau-funded school fails to make AYP?
§30.118
May a Bureau-funded school present evidence of errors in identification before it is identified for school improvement, corrective action, or restructuring?
§30.119
Who is responsible for implementing required remedial actions at a Bureau-funded school identified for school improvement, corrective action or restructuring?
§30.120
Are Bureau-funded schools exempt from offering school choice and supplemental educational services when identified for school improvement, corrective action, and restructuring?
§30.121
What funds are available to assist schools identified for school improvement, corrective action, or restructuring?
§30.122
Must the Bureau assist a school it identified for school improvement, corrective action, or restructuring?
§30.123
What is the Bureau's role in assisting Bureau-funded schools to make AYP?
§30.124
Will the Bureau apply for funds that are available to help schools that fail to meet AYP?
§30.125
What happens if a State refuses to allow a school access to the State assessment?
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Subpart D—RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITY

§30.126
What is required for the Bureau to meet its reporting responsibilities?
§30.150
Information collection.


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