2018 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 70. Schools
§70-4702. Precollegiate compensatory courses - Report - Funding - Commendation of Regents.

Universal Citation: 70 OK Stat § 70-4702 (2018)

A. The Legislature requests a report from the State Regents for Higher Education by Febuary 1, 1988, on the precollegiate compensatory courses and the expenditures related to such courses, authorized pursuant to this section.

B. When monies are made available, a fund shall be established in the office of the State Regents for Higher Education for the purpose of funding and offering precollegiate courses, over and above those offered for credit at the current institution which the student is attending. Such courses shall be offered to compensate for courses not offered previously to high school students. A fund shall be established at the State Department of Education for the purpose of funding and offering precollegiate courses, to be coordinated with the State Regents for Higher Education, according to priorities established by the State Regents for Higher Education as recommendations or requirements.

C. The Legislature commends the State Regents for Higher Education on the precollegiate course component of their Policy Statement on Admission to, Retention in, and Transfer among Colleges and Universities of The State System.

Added by Laws 1987, c. 227, § 5, operative July 1, 1987.

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