Indiana Code Title 20. Education § 20-19-3-15

Sec. 15 . (a) This section does not apply to a school promotional item that has minimal monetary value.

(b) As used in this section, “school” means any of the following:

(1) A school corporation.

(2) A charter school, including a conversion charter school or a virtual charter school.

(3) A nonpublic school that has any students enrolled who receive a choice scholarship under IC 20-51-4.

(c) A school may not offer or give, as an enrollment incentive, any item that has monetary value, including cash or a gift card that may be used at a retail store, grocery store, online store, or other commercial enterprise, to:

(1) a prospective student (or the parent of a prospective student) in exchange for enrolling the prospective student at the school;  or

(2) any person in exchange for referring a prospective student to the school.


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