A participant who lacks a high school diploma, general educational development (GED) credential, or an adult high school diploma must be allowed to pursue these credentials as an approved work activity, provided that the participant is making satisfactory progress. Participants eligible to pursue a general educational development (GED) credential or adult high school diploma under this subdivision must be informed of the opportunity to participate while in the Minnesota family investment program.
In order for English as a second language (ESL) classes to be an approved work activity in an employment plan, a participant must be below a spoken language proficiency level of SPL6 or its equivalent, as measured by a nationally recognized test. In approving ESL as a work activity, the job counselor must give preference to enrollment in a functional work literacy program, if one is available, over a regular ESL program.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes