Kansas Statutes Chapter 74. State Boards, Commissions and Authorities § 74-32,253. Definitions
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As used in this act: (a) “Board” means the board of education of any school district or the board of trustees of any community college.
(b) “State board” means the state board of regents.
(c) “State plan” means the plan for adult basic education programs prepared and adopted by the state board in accordance with state and federal law.
(d) “Adult basic education program” means a program of one or more courses in general education subjects taught at the grade school or high school level under the supervision of a board for eligible persons which is included in the state plan and for which federal funds are received pursuant to federal law.
(e) “Eligible persons” means persons who (1) have attained the age of 16, (2) have not graduated from high school and have not been recognized as having achieved an equivalent level of education, and (3) are not now regularly enrolled in school.
(f) “Adult supplementary education program” means a program of one or more courses in any subject, other than courses in the adult basic education program or courses approved for state funding purposes, which is conducted under the supervision of a board for persons who have attained the age of 16.
(g) “Federal law” means the adult education act of 1966 (title III, P.L. 89-750), and acts amendatory thereof.
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