13 KAR 3:020. Provision of instruction for individuals sentenced by a court to participate in educational programs.
RELATES TO: KRS 151B.023, 151B.110, 533.200, 533.210
STATUTORY AUTHORITY: KRS 13A.100, 151B.023, 151B.110, 533.210
NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 533.200 allows a judge to sentence individuals without high school credentials who are convicted of a crime by a court to participate in a program designed to improve their reading, living and employment skills. KRS 533.210 delegates responsibility for administering the program described in KRS 533.200 to the Department for Adult Education and Literacy. KRS 151B.023 and 151B.110 delegates to the Department for Adult Education and Literacy and the State Board for Adult and Technical Education the responsibility for adult education programs and services. This administrative regulation describes the method of providing services to this population, the cost of individual participation in the program, and the manner of licensing of teachers providing instruction.
Section 1. Instructional Program, Costs, Licensing. There shall be no costs to students ordered by the court to attend the program described in KRS 533.200. The program services shall be services presently provided students enrolling in adult education programs. Licensing and qualifications of instructors shall be determined by the local program providers. (22 Ky.R. 653; Am. 1081; eff. 12-7-95; Recodified from 785 KAR 1:100; eff. 9-13-2013.)