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          Key Laws and Regulations

          Disclaimer: These Rules of the Regents and Regulations of the Commissioner of Education ("regulations") are unofficial, and are presented for general informational purposes as a public service. Although reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that these regulations are current, complete and accurate, the State Education Department does not warrant or represent that they are current, complete and accurate. These regulations are subject to change on a regular basis. Readers are advised to consult Title 8 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York (8 NYCRR), published by the Department of State, and the State Register for the official exposition of the text of these regulations, as well as for amendments and any subsequent changes or revisions thereto.

          Key Laws and Regulations Regarding Attendance Index
          Attendance Course Completion Policies Attendance Law Enforcement
          Attendance Records Census
          Compulsory Attendance Educational Entitlement
          Employment of Minors Home Hospital Instruction
          Home Schooling (by parents) Immunizations
          Length of School Day/Year Parental Involvement
          Pre-Kindergarten Residency
          School Health Services School Registration Enrollment
          Student Discipline Student Suspension

           

          Attendance Course Completion Policies

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          Comprehensive Attendance Policy - Nine (9) required elements for board-approved policy CR 104.1
          Referrals to Guidance for Attendance and behavior difficulties CR 100.2 (j)
          Absence from alternative instruction CD - Matter of Ackert

           

          Attendance Law Enforcement

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          Counseling professionals in the field of school attendance EL 3213
          Referrals to Guidance for Attendance and behavior difficulties CR 100.2 (j)
          Parameters of probation orders Family Court Law 353.2

           

          Attendance Records

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          Who takes attendance EL 3024
          Oath of accuracy EL 3025
          More on who takes attendance EL 3211
          Definition of persons in parental relation and their duties EL 3212.1
          Record of student telephone numbers EL 3212 - a
          Notification upon absence EL 3213 - c
          Notification when deemed absent EL 3213 - d
          Attendance Teacher Certification CR 80.3
          Referrals to Guidance for Attendance and behavior difficulties CR 100.2 (j)
          Attendance record keeping CR 104.1
          Release time for religious instruction CR 109.2
          Absence from alternative instruction CD - Matter of Ackert
          Retention of student attendance records SED Policy - ED1

           

          Census

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          Census - NYC, Buffalo, Rochester EL 3240
          Census - Cities <125,000 EL 3241
          Census - School District EL 3242
          Census of native children EL 4113
          Census of children with handicaps to age 21 EL 4402.1 (a)
          Census and register of students with disabilities CR 200.2 (a)

           

          Compulsory Attendance

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          Who must attend school EL 3205external link icon
          Alternative instruction to compulsory age students suspended for disciplinary reasons CD - Matter of McMahon
          Amendment to the Education Law in Relation to Compulsory Attendance Text of Memo

           

          Educational Entitlement

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          Raising the?minimum age for school admission EL 1712
          General categories of who can attend school EL 3201
          Student entitlement EL 3202
          Who can be dropped for non-attendance EL 3202.1 - a
          Education of incarcerated youth EL 3202.7
          Instruction required EL 3204external link icon
          Attendance of minors upon part time instruction EL 3206
          Attendance upon evening instruction EL 3207
          Rules for educating homeless children EL 3209
          Definition of persons in parental relation and their duties EL 3212.1
          Evidence of Age EL 3218
          Education of native children EL 4103
          Student Entitlement - Special Education EL 4202.5
          Rules for educating homeless children CR 100.2 (x)
          How to determine who lives in the district CR 100.2 (y)
          GED does not eliminate the right to re-enroll?in school?to earn?a diploma CR 100.5(7)(iii)
          Computation of tuition charges for nonresident pupils CR 174.2
          Computation of tuition charges for pupils who have received a high school diploma CR 174.3
          Voluntary extension of entitlement age from December 1 to December 31 73 State Dept Rep 83
          Instruction of Elementary and Secondary School Subjects Part 100 of the Commissioner's Regulations
          Re-enrollment of School Age Children From Residential Facilities SED Policy and Field Memo, February 2009 pdf (398.44 KB)
          Educational Stability for Students in Foster Care NYS Field Memo pdf (81.51 KB)
          Notes of Decisions Concerning the Assignment of Pupils to Schools Within a District Notes of Decisions

           

          Employment of Minors

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          When it is legal for students to work - casual employment EL 3215
          Who issues working papers EL 3215 (a)
          Types of working papers EL 3216
          Requirements to get working papers EL 3217
          Proof of age EL 3218
          Parental/guardian permission for full-time working papers EL 3219
          Certification of physical fitness EL 3220
          Pledge of employment EL 3221
          Duties of Employers EL 3223
          Keeping work papers at the work site EL 3224
          Working papers for a farm EL 3226
          Newspaper Carrier EL 3228
          Working Paper Physicals EL 6526.2
          Children as models Arts and Cultural Affairs Law - 35.05
          Employment of minors under fourteen years of age LL 130
          Employment of minors fourteen or fifteen years of age
          LL 131
          Employment of minor sixteen or seventeen years of age LL 132
          Prohibited employments of minors LL 133
          Placement of minors by employment agencies LL 134
          Duties of employers LL 135
          Employment of minors fourteen to eighteen years of age under physical disability (not compliant with EL 3220) LL 136
          Duty of commissioner to transmit information LL 137
          Employment of persons apparently under eighteen years of age LL 138
          Physical examination of employed minors; cancellation of employment certificate LL 139
          Enforcement of violations relating to child performers, child models, street trades, and newspaper carriers LL 140
          Civil penalties LL 141
          Hours of work for minors fourteen and fifteen years of age LL 142
          Hours of work for minors sixteen and seventeen years of age LL 143
          Posting of hours LL 144
          Criminal penalties LL 145
          Children as performers LL 150-153external link
          Work protection from New York State Department of Labor Standards DOLexternal link
          Modeling permits for children CR 190.2
          Work exempt from requirement for working papers (casual employment) CR 191.1
          Retention of student employment certificate records SED Policy - ED1

           

          Home Hospital Instruction

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          Health and welfare services to all children EL 912
          Powers and duties of trustees in a Common School District EL 1604(20)
          Powers and duties of?a Board Of Education?in a?Union Free?School District EL 1709(24)
          Provisions for tutoring Indian children EL 4117
          More provisions for tutoring CR 175.21
          Units of Study and Units of Credit CR100.1 (a) & (b)
          Alternative Assessment strategies for students with disabilities CR100.1 (t) (2) (iv)
          Referrals to Guidance for Attendance and behavior difficulties CR 100.2 (j)
          Alternatives to specific Regents and local diploma requirements CR100.5 (d) (i) (ii) (iii)
          Homebound/hospital instruction for nonpublic students CD - Matter of Scales
          Alternative Science Laboratory?Experiences Related to Homebound Tutoring Pertinent Information
          Memorandum from Senior Deputy Commissioner John King?June 2, 2010 Memo to schools (pdf 45.53 KB)
          Q & A's Related to Contracts for Instruction Q & A Contracts for Instruction (pdf icon 26.22 KB)

           

          Home Schooling (by parents)

           

          Immunizations

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          Immunization Law EL 914
          Information about required immunizations and parental responsibilities Immunization GuidelinesExternal Link

           

          Length of School Day/Year

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          Minimum length of instructional year EL 1704.2
          Minimum hours of instruction per day EL 3205external link icon
          Minimum instruction for part time day EL 3206
          Night school EL 3207
          Minimum attendance expectations for students EL 3210
          School year EL 3602external link icon
          No school Saturdays or Holidays EL 3604.8 & 8 (b)
          Public Holidays GCL 24
          Release time for religious instruction CR 109.2
          Minimum hours in a school day CR 175.5
          Superintendent's Conference Day's EL 3604.8

           

          Parental Involvement

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          Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) 20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99
          Filing an appeal to the Commissioner EL 310
          Instructions
          Program to prevent abduction of elementary school children EL 3213.2 (c)
          Expectation of student attendance EL 3210
          Definition of persons in parental relation and their duties EL 3212.1
          Expectation of parental support of student attendance EL 3212.2 (d)
          Consent to quit school for full time work EL 3219
          Required immunization for school enrollment EL 914
          PHL 2164
          Limit the use of Social Security Numbers (SSN) for identification purposes POL 96-aexternal link icon
          Referrals to Guidance for Attendance and behavior difficulties CR 100.2 (j)

           

          Pre-Kindergarten

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          Pre-K program eligibility EL 3602(e)(12)
          Pre-school eligibility EL 4410.5
          Universal Pre K. and Experimental Kindergarten Programs CR 151-1.(1),(2),(3)

           

          Residency

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          Procedures to determine school district boundaries EL 2215
          Public School Entitlement for residents of the district EL 3202
          When property line intersects more than one district EL 3203
          Rules for educating homeless children EL 3209
          Definition of persons in parental relation and their duties EL 3212.1
          Title 15-A - Designation of a Person in Parental Relation (Kinship Care)

          GOBL 5-1551
          GOBL 5-1552
          GOBL 5-1553
          GOBL 5-1554
          GOBL 5-1555

          When homeless children must be educated CR 100.2 (x)
          How to determine which district your child(ren) may attend for free CR 100.2 (y)
          Computation of tuition charges for nonresident pupils CR 174.2
          Computation of tuition charges for pupils who have received a high school diploma CR 174.3
          Matter of Pinto - residency Decision No. 12,499
          A Guide to Understanding the New Rules for School Registration

          English (pdf 1.4 MB)

          Spanish (pdf 1.4 MB)

          Student Registration Guidance Student Registration Guidance (pdf 49.49 KB)
          Educational Services for Recently Arrived Unaccompanied Children Educational Services for Recently Arrived Unaccompanied Children pdf icon (258 KB)

           

          School Health Services

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          Medical & Health Service EL - Article 19
          Definitions of School Health Services and Personnel CR 136.1??
          Duties of Schools to Provide Health Services CR 136.2?
          School Health Services to be Provided CR 136.3
          On Site Cardiac Automated Defibrillators CR 136.4
          Clarification of Student Pregnancy and Confidentiality SED Memo

           

          School Registration Enrollment

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          Immunization requirements prior to school enrollment EL 914
          School Registration Enrollment EL 3208.5 (a-d)
          Parental relations and duties to support the school EL 3212
          Evidence of Age EL 3218
          Limit the use of Social Security Numbers (SSN) for identification purposes POL 96-aexternal link icon
          Enrollment of youth released from Residential Placements CR 100.2 (ff)
          Diagnostic Screening CR 117.1-3
          Who may attend universal pre-K CR 151.1 (d)
          Child Name Change NYS Supreme Court Decision
          Educational Stability for Students in Foster Care SED Policy Memo
          Enrollment of youth released from Residential Placements SED Policy Memo
          School Health Services SED Website
          Immunizations SED Website
          Changes to Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) that require schools?provide?Social Services caseworkers with?the school records of a student client SED Website
          Guidance for Student Registration SED Website

           

          Student Discipline

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          Codes of Conduct on School Property EL 2801
          School Safety Plans EL 2801 - a
          Uniform Violent Incident Reporting System EL 2802
          Instructions for suspension and hearings EL 3214
          Behavior as a Manifestation of the Disability EL 4402 (3) (j)
          Special Needs Students, Weapons and Controlled Substances EL 4402 (3) (k)
          Behavior by a Student Presumed to Have a Disability EL 4402 (3) (l)
          Referrals to Guidance for Attendance and behavior difficulties CR 100.2 (j)
          Policy on School conduct and discipline CR 100.2 (l) (1)
          Code of conduct CR 100.2 (l) (2)
          Parental notification of student suspension CR 100.2 (l) (4)
          Prohibition of corporal punishment in public schools CR 100.2 (3) (i)
          After School Detention SED Policy Memo

           

          Student Suspension

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          Required instruction EL 3204.2external link icon
          Who must get alternative instruction when suspended EL 3205external link icon
          Instructions for suspension and hearings EL 3214
          Management of suspended students EL 3214.3 and 3 (2)
          Parental notification of student suspension CR 100.2 (l) (4)
          More provisions for tutoring CR 175.21
          Absence from alternative instruction CD - Matter of Ackert
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