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I.01B Distance Learning Policy - October 2010 Revision

Note: This policy was revised in January 2013. We provide this revision for historic purposes only. Please refer to the current policy.

The Board of Education strives to provide a high quality education for all students that uses and develops 21st Century teaching and learning skills. The Superintendent or the Superintendent’s designee is authorized to establish distance learning, a process used to provide instruction for credit when the student and primary instructor are not necessarily physically present at the same time and/or place. The district will assure that students enrolled in a distance learning program have the necessary access to technology for all classes or activities. The administration is directed to implement this policy with a procedural directive.

Legal Reference:

  • NMSA 22-30-1 et seq.
  • 6.30.7.8 NMAC
  • 6.30.8.7 NMAC
  • 6.30.8.8 NMAC
  • 6.30.8.9 NMAC
  • 6.30.8.10 NMAC
  • 6.30.8.11 NMAC

Cross Reference: Board of Education I.01 Instructional Program

Procedural Directive Cross Reference:

Introduced: September 9, 2008
Reviewed: October 14, 2008
Approved: October 15, 2008

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