Because a district that has a HSAP is providing a licensed instructor to provide or supervise CPI, a child in a HSAP does not have to be assessed annually to determine whether the child is making adequate educational progress.
No. A student may participate in the HSAP program and may dual enrolled into public school classes or activities, but it must be only one public school district. No student is permitted to enroll in more than one public school district.
Generally, yes. The parent. guardian or legal custodian simply completes the Report of Competent Private Instruction (Form A - available from district of residence) and returns it to the resident district by September 15 or within 14 days of commencing CPI.
Yes. It is a document required to be maintained by a school district and by the appropriate AEA; therefore, it is a public document. That does not mean that all of the information on the form is public information.
Competent private instruction (CPI) is private instruction provided to a child in Iowa. "Private instruction" means instruction using a plan and course of study in a setting other than a public school district or accredited nonpublic school.