(c) Such agreement shall be approved by the state board before the same has any force
(d) Such agreement may provide for payment between boards of moneys for career technical
education tuition or fees, or for establishing, conducting, maintaining or administering
an area vocational school or any career technical education course or program.
(e) Such agreement may provide that the tuition of students enrolled in any of the
contracting districts, when such students attend a career technical education course
or program not offered in one of the contracting districts, shall be paid by the board
receiving funds under this agreement.
(f) Such agreement may provide that certain career technical education courses or
programs will be offered only in certain districts.
(g) Such agreement may provide that certain career technical education courses or
programs are to be contracted for under conditions specified in the agreement.
(h) Such agreement shall make appropriate provision for modification thereof in the
event of cancellation, discontinuance or disapproval of any course or program by the
state board, whether the same constitutes a loss of current designation as an area
vocational school or not.
(i) Such agreement shall provide that the board owning or having jurisdiction over
physical facilities used for career technical education shall retain the ownership
of or jurisdiction over such physical facilities; however, such agreement may provide
for the use of such physical facilities during the term of the agreement or a shorter
period of time. Any agreement under this section may provide for a different method of ownership
or disposition of real or personal property or interest therein, if such provision
has received the prior approval of the state board and the attorney general.
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