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Title 25Chapter ISubchapter EPart 36


TITLE 25—Indians

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

SUBCHAPTER E—EDUCATION

PART 36—MINIMUM ACADEMIC STANDARDS FOR THE BASIC EDUCATION OF INDIAN CHILDREN AND NATIONAL CRITERIA FOR DORMITORY SITUATIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§36.1
Purpose, scope, and information collection requirements.
§36.2
Applicability.
§36.3
Definitions.
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Subpart B—EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT

§36.10
Standard I—Philosophy and goals.
§36.11
Standard II—Administrative requirements.
§36.12
Standard III—Program needs assessment.
§36.13
Standard IV—Curriculum development.
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Subpart C—MINIMUM PROGRAM OF INSTRUCTION

§36.20
Standard V—Minimum academic programs/school calendar.
§36.21
Standard VI—Kindergarten instructional program.
§36.22
Standard VII—Elementary instructional program.
§36.23
Standard VIII—Junior high/middle school instructional program.
§36.24
Standard IX—Secondary instructional program.
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Subpart D—STUDENT INSTRUCTIONAL EVALUATION

§36.30
Standard X—Grading requirements.
§36.31
Standard XI—Student promotion requirements.
§36.32
Standard XII—Graduation requirements for a high school diploma.
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Subpart E—INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT

§36.40
Standard XIII—Library/media program.
§36.41
Standard XIV—Textbooks.
§36.42
Standard XV—Counseling services.
§36.43
Standard XVI—Student activities.
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Subpart F—EVALUATION OF EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS

§36.50
Standard XVII—School program evaluation and needs assessment.
§36.51
Standard XVIII—Office of Indian Education Programs and Agency monitoring and evaluation responsibilities.
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Subpart G—HOMELIVING PROGRAMS

§36.70
What terms do I need to know?
§36.71
What is the purpose of this part?

Staffing

§36.75
What qualifications must homeliving staff possess?
§36.76
Who is in charge of all homeliving operations?
§36.77
What are the homeliving staffing requirements?
§36.78
What are the staffing requirements for homeliving programs offering less than 5 nights service?
§36.79
What are the homeliving behavioral professional staff/student ratio requirements?
§36.80
If a school or dormitory has separated boys' and girls' homeliving programs, may the same behavioral professional be used for each program?
§36.81
May a homeliving program use support staff or teachers to meet behavioral health staffing requirements?
§36.82
May behavioral health professional(s) provide services during the academic school day?
§36.83
How many hours can a student be taken out of the academic setting to receive behavioral health services?
§36.84
Can a program hire or contract or acquire by other means behavioral health professionals to meet staffing requirements?
§36.85
Is a nurse required to be available in the evenings?
§36.86
Are there staff training requirements?

Program Requirements

§36.90
What recreation, academic tutoring, student safety, and health care services must homeliving programs provide?
§36.91
What are the program requirements for behavioral health services?
§36.92
Are there any activities that must be offered by a homeliving program?
§36.93
Is a homeliving handbook required?
§36.94
What must a homeliving handbook contain?
§36.95
What sanitary standards must homeliving programs meet?
§36.96
May students be required to assist with daily or weekly cleaning?
§36.97
What basic requirements must a program's health services meet?
§36.98
Must the homeliving program have an isolation room for ill children?
§36.99
Are immunizations required for residential program students?
§36.100
Are there minimum requirements for student attendance checks?
§36.101
How often must students who have been separated for emergency health or behavioral reasons be supervised?
§36.102
What student resources must be provided by a homeliving program?
§36.103
What are the requirements for multipurpose spaces in homeliving programs?
§36.104
What are the requirements for heating, ventilation, cooling and lighting at dormitories?

Privacy

§36.110
Must programs provide space for storing personal effects?

Waivers and Accountability

§36.111
Can a tribe, tribal governing body, or local school board waive the homeliving standards?
§36.112
Can a homeliving program be closed, transferred, consolidated, or substantially curtailed for failure to meet these standards?
§36.120
What type of reporting is required to ensure accountability?


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