An eligible pupil may make application to an eligible institution to allow the eligible pupil to enroll for academic or vocational-technical credit in a nonsectarian course offered at that eligible institution. A comparable course, as defined in rules made by the board of directors of the public school district, must not be offered by the school district or accredited nonpublic school which the pupil attends. If an eligible institution accepts an eligible pupil for enrollment under this section, the institution shall send written notice to the pupil, the pupil's school district or accredited nonpublic school or the school for the deaf or the Iowa braille and sight saving school, and the department of education. The notice shall list the course, the clock hours the pupil will be attending the course, and the number of hours of postsecondary academic or vocational-technical credit that the eligible pupil will receive from the eligible institution upon successful completion of the course.
87 Acts, ch 224, § 38; 90 Acts, ch 1253, § 20; 91 Acts, ch 123, § 1; 92 Acts, ch 1110, § 3; 93 Acts, ch 69, § 2
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