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e-CFR Data is current as of September 29, 2014

Title 25Chapter ISubchapter EPart 37 → Subpart A


Title 25: Indians
PART 37—GEOGRAPHIC BOUNDARIES


Subpart A—All Schools


Contents
§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?

§37.110   Who determines geographic attendance areas?

The Tribal governing body or the Secretary determines geographic attendance areas.

§37.111   What role does a tribe have in issues relating to school boundaries?

A tribal governing body may:

(a) Establish and revise geographical attendance boundaries for all but ORB schools;

(b) Authorize ISEP-eligible students, residing within the tribe's jurisdiction, to receive transportation funding to attend schools outside the geographic attendance area in which the student lives; and

(c) Authorize tribal member students who are ISEP-eligible and are not residing within the tribe's jurisdiction to receive transportation funding to attend schools outside the student's geographic attendance area.

§37.112   Must each school have a geographic attendance boundary?

Yes. The Secretary must ensure that each school has a geographic attendance area boundary.



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