What is a qualified school?
A. A qualified school is a non-governmental primary or secondary school located in Arizona that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin. The primary school begins with kindergarten, and the secondary school ends with grade twelve. Subsequent legislation in 1998 allows single-gender schools, that is, serving only boys or girls, to be eligible to receive funds under this legislation.
- Can a child who is qualified for special education services be excluded from school for noncompliance with physical examination or immunization requirements?
- What is a "highly qualified teacher" according to the NCLB Act, and how does this requirement affect charter school teachers?
- Are charter school teachers and instructors as qualified as other teachers and staff in different school boards?