2017 Tennessee Code
Title 49 - Education
Chapter 18 - Course Access Program Act
§ 49-18-103. Enrollment in course access program courses.

Universal Citation: TN Code § 49-18-103 (2017)
  • (a) Beginning in the 2017-2018 school year, an eligible participating student may enroll in course access program courses, as determined by the authorizing LEA.
  • (b) An eligible funded student may enroll in no more than two (2) state course access program courses that are made available by the program, unless the LEA where the student is enrolled individually approves a student enrolled in the LEA to take additional courses.
  • (c)
    • (1) The parents or legal guardians of eligible funded students and other eligible participating students may elect to enroll students in additional courses exceeding the two-course limitation in subsection (b).
    • (2) Students described in subdivision (c)(1) shall be responsible for paying the required tuition and fees for all courses exceeding the two-course limitation in subsection (b).
  • (d)
    • (1) LEAs with students enrolled in the course access program may review the courses in which the student seeks to enroll to ensure the courses are academically appropriate and logistically feasible, keep the student on track for graduation, and do not extend a student beyond a full-time course load.
    • (2) An LEA may reject a student's course enrollment request if the course enrollment for the student does not comply with subdivision (d)(1).
  • (e) LEAs shall inform students and their parents or legal guardians of their right to appeal, in writing, to the local board of education for all denials of course enrollment pursuant to subdivision (d)(2).
  • (f) Eligible participating students may enroll in courses provided through the course access program only if such courses are not offered by the LEA at the student's school or through other means as determined by the state board.
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