Course Approval Sample Clauses

Course Approval. Approval for dual credit shall be by the LEA and POSTSECONDARY INSTITUTION representatives on a course-by-course basis each semester based on the student’s prior coursework, career pathway, and/or academic readiness. There is no state limit to the number of credits a student may earn through dual credit in an academic term; however, the student must meet eligibility requirements.
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Course Approval. All course work shall be submitted to the Board of Trustees for approval prior to enrollment. The member’s request for approval shall be in writing and shall contain the name and description of the proposed course of instruction, the sponsoring institution, the institution’s grading policy for the proposed course of instruction, the scheduled times and dates of the course, the actual tuition cost and the amount of any financial assistance available to the member. No reimbursement will be made for course work which has not been approved, in advance of enrollment, by the Board of Trustees.
Course Approval. Any professional employee desiring reimbursement for an educational course shall discuss his/her plans for further study with his/her building principal and obtain the Principal’s and the Superintendent’s approval prior to enrollment in the course.
Course Approval.  A request for reimbursement must be made in writing to the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources at least ten (10) days prior to the beginning of the course. Such request must include the course number, name and description, date and the name of the university or college offering the course.  Such course(s) must be for college undergraduate, graduate credit or workshop equivalent in college undergraduate or graduate credit.  The course(s) must be related to the employee’s regular assignment, the administrator’s judgment of relevancy is final and binding and is not subject to the grievance procedure.  Approval or disapproval shall be submitted to the employee in writing from the office of the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources.
Course Approval a. A GRPS Course Approval Application shall be completed by the employee and submitted to the Benefits office at least ten (10) days prior to the beginning of the course.
Course Approval. Online credit courses shall comply with the practices, procedures and criteria which have been established at the University of New Brunswick for the creation by Departments and Faculties of in classroom credit courses. The textbooks and learning materials for courses which are to be online shall be selected in the same manner as they are for traditional courses.
Course Approval a. Teachers working towards a Master's Degree shall have their degree program automatically approved if the degree is in the general field of the teacher's primary responsibilities.
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Course Approval. College courses to be credited toward progression on the salary schedule must be approved in advance by the Superintendent of Schools.
Course Approval a. A Grand Rapids Public Schools Course Approval Application Form shall be completed by the employee and submitted to the District’s Benefits Office at least ten (10) days prior to the beginning of the course.
Course Approval. Upon completion of the course, the employee shall follow advancement in classification procedures (Item 6). Course approval must be obtained from the Superintendent prior to the start of the class.
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