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IH7 - Instructional Credit Acceptance

Albuquerque Public Schools shall maintain a rigorous instructional program for all its students and expects all students to meet the same standards for earned instructional credits.  The superintendent, or his/her designee, shall establish specific requirements for acceptance of an instructional credit from a non-Albuquerque Public Schools entity that guarantee the instructional credit was earned in a comparably rigorous environment, as outlined in administrative procedural directive.  Those non-Albuquerque Public Schools entities shall include, but are not limited to:

  • Public schools in other states
  • Private schools
  • Home school programs
  • State-authorized charter schools
  • Locally-authorized charter schools
  • Correspondence course providers
  • Non-accredited institutions

Administrative Position:

  • Chief Academic Officer

Department Director:

  • Executive Director of Curriculum/Executive Director of Instructional Accountability

References

Legal Cross Ref.:

  • 6. 30.8 NMAC
  • 6.29.1 NMAC

Board Policy Cross Ref.:

Procedural Directive Cross Ref.:

  • Transfer Credits

NSBA/NEPN Classification:

Introduced: September 11, 2012Reviewed: October 9, 2012Reviewed: November 13, 2012Adopted: November 16, 2012Reviewed: January 8, 2013Revised: January 16, 2013

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