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Credit for Public School Contributions Definitions and Details

"Standardized testing for college credit or readiness" includes the SAT, PSAT, ACT, advanced placement and international baccalaureate diploma tests and other similar tests.

"Widely recognized and accepted educational testing organization" means the college board, the ACT, the international baccalaureate and other organizations that are widely recognized and accepted by colleges and universities in the United States and that offer college credit and readiness examinations.

"Career and technical education industry certification assessment" means an assessment for career and technical preparation programs for pupils.

"Community school meal program" means a school meal program that takes place before or after the regular school day on school property.

"Student consumable health care supplies" includes tissues, hand wipes, bandages and other health care consumables that are generally used by children.

Each district may develop its own course of study for each grade. At a minimum, the character education program must include instruction in the definition and application of at least six of the following character traits: truthfulness, responsibility, compassion, diligence, sincerity, trustworthiness, respect, attentiveness, obedience, orderliness, forgiveness, and virtue.

What types of extracurricular activities qualify for the Credit for Public School Contributions?

What is the Credit for Public School Contributions?

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