A.R.S. § 6-15-203 - Notification of failure to meet standards for accreditation - Appeal
|Cite as:||A.R.S. § 6-15-203|
|Currency:||Current through the 2020 Fiscal Session|
(1) The Division of Elementary and Secondary Education annually shall notify all schools or school districts failing to meet standards for accreditation for elementary and secondary schools not later than May 1 of each year of this determination.
(A) However, at any time the division may immediately notify a public school or school district failing to meet standards for accreditation for elementary and secondary schools when the failure is discovered by the division under § 6-15-202(i).
(B) A public school or school district notified by the division of the public school's or school district's failure to meet the standards for accreditation due to actions taken under § 6-15-202(i) shall have the same period of time to appeal to the State Board of Education as provided under subdivision (b)(3) of this section.
(1) In the event that a school district affected by this subchapter believes the division has improperly determined that a school or school district fails to meet the standards for accreditation, the school district shall have a right of appeal thereafter to the state board.
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