Oregon
Rule Rule 581-015-2610
Standards for Home, Hospital, Institutional or Other Regularly Scheduled Instruction


(1)

School districts may provide home, hospital, institutional, or other regularly scheduled instruction to any eligible student with a disability.

(2)

Funding: School districts that provide home, hospital, institutional, or other regularly scheduled instruction under section (1) of this rule may claim state school funding under OAR 581-023-0100 (Eligibility Criteria for Student Weighting for Purposes of State School Fund Distribution).

(3)

Criteria for Placement: School districts that propose to place a student with a disability in a home, hospital, institutional, or other regularly scheduled program must ensure that the following criteria are met:

(a)

The student must be enrolled as a resident student of the school district;

(b)

The home, hospital, institutional, or other regularly scheduled program must be appropriate to the unique educational needs of the student;

(c)

The student must meet the minimum criteria established by the State Board of Education for determining eligibility to receive special education as set forth in OAR 581-015-2130 (Autism Spectrum Disorder) through 581-015-2180 (Visual Impairment):.
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