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e-CFR Data is current as of October 21, 2014

Title 25Chapter ISubchapter EPart 37


TITLE 25—Indians

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

SUBCHAPTER E—EDUCATION

PART 37—GEOGRAPHIC BOUNDARIES

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§37.100
What is the purpose of this part?
§37.101
What definitions apply to the terms in this part?
§37.102
How is this part organized?
§37.103
Information collection.

Subpart A—ALL SCHOOLS

§37.110
Who determines geographic attendance areas?
§37.111
What role does a tribe have in issues relating to school boundaries?
§37.112
Must each school have a geographic attendance boundary?
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Subpart B—DAY SCHOOLS, ON-RESERVATION BOARDING SCHOOLS, AND PERIPHERAL DORMS

§37.120
How does this part affect current geographic attendance boundaries?
§37.121
Who establishes geographic attendance boundaries under this part?
§37.122
Once geographic attendance boundaries are established, how can they be changed?
§37.123
How does a Tribe develop proposed geographic attendance boundaries or boundary changes?
§37.124
How are boundaries established for a new school or dorm?
§37.125
Can an eligible student living off a reservation attend a school or dorm?
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Subpart C—OFF-RESERVATION BOARDING SCHOOLS

§37.130
Who establishes boundaries for Off-Reservation Boarding Schools?
§37.131
Who may attend an ORBS?


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