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Indiana Code Title 20. Education § 20-33-2-22

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Sec. 22. (a) Not later than fifteen (15) school days after the beginning of each semester, the principal of a public high school shall send to the superintendent with jurisdiction over the school a list of names and last known addresses of all students:

(1) not graduated;  and

(2) not enrolled in the then current semester who were otherwise eligible for enrollment.

(b) Each superintendent immediately shall make available all lists received under this section to an authorized representative of:

(1) Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana;  and

(2) an agency whose purpose it is to enroll high school dropouts in various training programs.

(c) Each representative authorized to receive a list prepared under subsection (b) shall stipulate in writing that the list will be used only to contact prospective students or prospective trainees.  If a list is used for any other purpose, the college or agency that the recipient represents is ineligible to receive subsequent lists for five (5) years.

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