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- (Counselortalk 8/18/22) Q:
Is there a state mandate or code regarding aging out for our general ed population? Please share your school’s policies regarding:1) What is the age limit for a General Ed student to attend a traditional, public high school setting?2) What is the age limit for an ELL student to attend a traditional, public high school setting? A: Responses/Resources
files/FAQ-Attendance-2021.pdf (see page 4)
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- There isn’t an official age limit. But you can’t deny them the right to receive a diploma so we usually direct them to our alternative school. We’ve attempted to have them take classes through APEX but that often doesn’t last
- Enrollment Restrictions and Denial of Enrollment
- “You can’t claim them for funding if they are older than 22. Other than that, it is a local decision. Most adult programs start taking students at age 17”.
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- Aimee on August 19, 2022 @ 15:00:42
This post was created by Aimee Porteus on August 19, 2022.