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Maryland Code, Transportation § 16-505

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(a) The Administration shall, in consultation with the State Department of Education, adopt and enforce regulations not inconsistent with this subtitle to implement a standardized driver education program conducted by driver education schools under its jurisdiction.

(b) Regulations adopted under this section shall be administered by the Administration and shall include:

(1) Curriculum, equipment, and facility standards for classroom, laboratory, and on-road instruction phases;

(2) Minimum student performance standards for an approved driver education program based upon the standardized curriculum approved by the Administration, consisting of at least 30 hours of classroom instruction and at least 6 hours of highway driving instruction;

(3) Standards for the certification of schools and instructors;

(4) A system to evaluate the effectiveness of the driver education program;

(5) Standards governing the required offering of the driver education program, based on the capacity, enrollment, staff, and facilities of the schools;  and

(6) Standards for the eligibility of individuals to enroll in the program.

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