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13a.05.11.00.htm 13A.05.11.00. Title 13A STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Subtitle 05 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS Chapter 11 Juvenile Services Education Authority: Education Article, §22-301―22-310, Annotated Code of Maryland
13a.05.11.01.htm 13A.05.11.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter implements Education Article, Title 22, Subtitle 3, Annotated Code of Maryland, for the conduct and management of the Juvenile Services Educational Program in residential facilities of the Department of Juvenile Services (DJS) in order to meet the special needs and circumstances of the students in the residential facility.
13a.05.11.02.htm 13A.05.11.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this title, the following words have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Department” means the Maryland State Department of Education.. 2) “Director” means the Director of the Juvenile Services Educational Program.. 3) “Facility” means a building or buildings and related physical infrastructure at a geographically distinct location at which the Department of Juvenile Services operates a program.4) "Individualized education program (IEP) means a
13a.05.11.03.htm 13A.05.11.03. 03 Education Program.. A. The Department shall provide a comprehensive education program for youth in DJS residential facilities to meet the public school standards set forth in COMAR 13A.01.04.B. The Program consists of instruction to allow students to achieve credit requirements and assessments necessary to progress towards the standards for graduation from a public high school in Maryland consistent with the requirements of COMAR 13A.03.02.C. The Program prepares s
13a.05.11.04.htm 13A.05.11.04. 04 Administrative Practices.. A. The Program shall operate at least 220 school days and a minimum of 1,320 school hours during a 12-month period.B. The Program shall have a written calendar that states the specific days and total number of days for the implementation of its educational program.C. The Program shall have a written schedule for each school that states the beginning and end of the 6-hour school day and the specific time periods during the school day whe
13a.05.11.05.htm 13A.05.11.05. 05 Student Assessments.. A. Student academic achievement will be formally assessed upon intake into the education program to determine appropriate instructional placement.B. Student academic achievement will be formally assessed after 30 days of enrollment to determine academic gains in reading and math.C. Certificates of achievement will be awarded to students based on demonstrated gains..
13a.05.11.06.htm 13A.05.11.06. 06 Special Education Instruction and Related Services.. Eligible students with disabilities will receive special education and related services as specified in an existing IEP or based upon the determination of eligibility as a student with a disability by the Residential Facility School IEP team in accordance with COMAR 13A.05.01 .
13a.05.11.07.htm 13A.05.11.07. 07 Personnel Requirements.. A. Instructional personnel shall obtain and maintain a valid Maryland Educator Certificate in accordance with COMAR 13A.12.01 and 13A.12.02.B. Residential Facility School and Juvenile Services Educational Program administrators shall obtain and maintain a valid Maryland Educator Certificate in accordance with COMAR 13A.12.01 and 13A.12.04.C. Teacher Evaluation.. 1) Teachers will be evaluated in accordance with the established State Perf
13a.05.11.08.htm 13A.05.11.08. 08 Interagency Cooperation.. A. The Department and DJS shall execute a memorandum of understanding outlining responsibilities of each agency in the provision of education to students in the residential facilities.B. All residential facility schools shall incorporate and adhere to the residential facility behavior management program established by the DJS.
13a.05.11.09.htm 13A.05.11.09. 09 Student Records.. A. The Juvenile Services Educational Program will establish policies and procedures to obtain, maintain, and share student records as specified in the Program Policy and Procedure Manual and consistent with COMAR 13A.08.02.B. The Department may transfer education records to DJS personnel who have been determined by the Department to have legitimate educational interests.
13a.05.11.10.htm 13A.05.11.10. 10 Education Coordinating Council for Juvenile Services Educational Programs.. A. Education Article, §22-305, Annotated Code of Maryland, establishes an Education Coordinating Council for Juvenile Services Educational Programs within the Maryland State Department of Education.B. The Education Coordinating Council shall develop, recommend, and approve an educational program for each residential facility to meet the special needs and circumstances of the children in DJS resi
13a.05.11.9999.htm 13A.05.11.9999. Administrative History Effective date: April 18, 2011 (38:8 Md. R. 506).
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