Indiana Code Title 20. Education § 20-34-3-14

Sec. 14 . (a) The governing body of each school corporation shall annually conduct an audiometer test or a similar test to determine the hearing efficiency of the following students:

(1) Students in grade 1, grade 4, grade 7, and grade 10.

(2) A student who has transferred into the school corporation.

(3) A student who is suspected of having hearing defects.

(b) A governing body may appoint the technicians and assistants necessary to perform the testing required under this section.

(c) Records of all tests shall be made and continuously maintained by the school corporation to provide information that may assist in diagnosing and treating any student's auditory abnormality.  However, diagnosis and treatment shall be performed only on recommendation of an Indiana physician who has examined the student.

(d) The governing body may adopt rules for the administration of this section.


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