An education district board shall adopt a comprehensive agreement for continuous learning. The agreement must address methods to improve the educational opportunities available in the education district. The education district board shall review the agreement annually and propose necessary amendments to the member districts.
The agreement may provide opportunities for pupils to receive instruction throughout the entire year and for teachers to coordinate educational opportunities and provide instruction throughout the entire year. A teacher who is employed for the extended year may develop, in consultation with pupils and parents, individual educational programs for not more than 125 pupils.
(a) The agreement may provide for a pupil who is a resident of a member district to enroll in programs or courses offered by another member district or transfer to another member district. A pupil and parent shall consult with a career teacher, counselor, or principal before transferring to another district. The agreement shall specify procedures for reimbursement among the member districts. The district of residence shall count all resident pupils who enroll in programs or courses or transfer to another district as its pupils for the purpose of state aid and levy limitations. The agreement shall determine whether transportation is available for pupils enrolled in programs or courses or transferring to another district.
(b) Paragraph (a) does not limit any rights or duties under section 124D.03.
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