Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 33
EDUCATION
CHAPTER 20
EDUCATION OF EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN
33-2009.  Education of children housed in juvenile detention facilities. Every public school district in this state within which is located a detention facility housing juvenile offenders pursuant to court order shall provide, subject to rules of the state board of education, instruction in accredited courses, by a certified instructor, for the juvenile offenders under twenty-one (21) years of age who are housed in the detention facility for juvenile offenders, and shall upon satisfactory completion of required public school courses or correspondence course from a state institution of higher learning in Idaho, issue credits or a diploma evidencing such achievement. Every student served by a public school district pursuant to this section shall be counted as an exceptional child by the district for purposes of state reimbursement.

History:
[33-2009, added 1989, ch. 155, sec. 20, p. 401; am. 1998, ch. 88, sec. 9, p. 303.]


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