2017 Tennessee Code
Title 49 - Education
Chapter 18 - Course Access Program Act
§ 49-18-107. Reports.

Universal Citation: TN Code § 49-18-107 (2017)
  • (a) LEAs, in conjunction with approved providers, shall annually report to the department, in the manner directed by the department, the following information:
    • (1) Student enrollment data;
    • (2) Completion rates for each subject area and grade level; and
    • (3) Additional information the department deems necessary.
  • (b) On an annual basis, the LEA shall review the academic performance of the students enrolled in courses offered by the course provider to ensure that students are receiving curriculum aligned with the state standards as determined by the state board and meeting the requirements for graduation.
  • (c) If a course provider fails to meet the performance standards set by the LEA, the LEA may revoke the course provider's status as an approved course provider. The LEA shall inform the department of the revocation.
  • (d) The LEA may exclude a course provided by an authorized provider at any time if the LEA determines that:
    • (1) The course is no longer adequately aligned with the state standards;
    • (2) The course no longer provides a detailed and quality curriculum and accountability plan; or
    • (3) The course fails to deliver outcomes as measured by course completion or other approved measures.
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