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 1        AN ACT concerning alternative learning opportunities.

 2        Be it enacted by the People of  the  State  of  Illinois,
 3    represented in the General Assembly:

 4        Section  5.   The  School  Code  is  amended  by changing
 5    Sections 2-3.33a, 3-15.12, and 26-2 and by adding Article 13B
 6    as follows:

 7        (105 ILCS 5/2-3.33a)
 8        Sec. 2-3.33a.  Audit adjustments prohibited;  alternative
 9    education  program.   The  State Board of Education shall not
10    make audit adjustments to general State aid  claims  paid  in
11    fiscal  years 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2002, and 2003 based upon
12    the claimant's failure to provide a minimum of 5 clock  hours
13    of  daily instruction to students in an alternative education
14    program or based upon the claimant's provision of service  to
15    non-resident  students  in  an  alternative education program
16    without charging  tuition,  provided  that  the  non-resident
17    students  were  enrolled in the alternative education program
18    on or before April 1, 2000.
19    (Source: P.A. 91-844, eff. 6-22-00.)

20        (105 ILCS 5/3-15.12) (from Ch. 122, par. 3-15.12)
21        Sec. 3-15.12.  High school equivalency  testing  program.
22    The  regional  superintendent of schools shall make available
23    for qualified individuals residing within the region  a  High
24    School  Equivalency  Testing  Program.  For  that purpose the
25    regional  superintendent  alone  or   with   other   regional
26    superintendents  may establish and supervise a testing center
27    or centers to administer the secure forms of the high  school
28    level  Test  of  General Educational Development to qualified
29    persons.  Such centers shall be under the supervision of  the
30    regional  superintendent  in  whose  region  such centers are
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 1    located, subject to the approval of the State  Superintendent
 2    of Education.
 3        An  individual  is  eligible  to  apply  to  the regional
 4    superintendent of schools for the region in which he  resides
 5    if  he  is: (a) a person who is 18 years of age or older, has
 6    maintained residence in the State of Illinois and  is  not  a
 7    high  school  graduate,  but  whose  high  school  class  has
 8    graduated;  (b)  a  member  of the armed forces of the United
 9    States on active duty who is 17 years of age or older and who
10    is stationed in Illinois or is a legal resident of  Illinois;
11    (c)  a  ward of the Department of Corrections who is 17 years
12    of age or older or an inmate confined in any  branch  of  the
13    Illinois  State  Penitentiary  or  in  a  county correctional
14    facility who is 17 years of age or older; (d) a female who is
15    17 years of age or older  who  is  unable  to  attend  school
16    because  she  is either pregnant or the mother of one or more
17    children; (e) a male 17 years of age or older who  is  unable
18    to  attend  school  because  he  is  a  father of one or more
19    children; (f) a person  who  is  successfully  completing  an
20    alternative   education  program  under  Section  2-3.81,  or
21    Article 13A, or Article 13B; (g) a person who is enrolled  in
22    a  youth education program sponsored by the Illinois National
23    Guard; or (h) a person who is 17 years of age  or  older  who
24    has  been  a  dropout  for a period of at least one year. For
25    purposes of this Section, residence is that abode  which  the
26    applicant  considers  his  home.  Applicants  may  provide as
27    sufficient proof of such residence a  picture  identification
28    card  and  two  pieces  of correctly addressed and postmarked
29    mail. Such regional superintendent  shall  determine  if  the
30    applicant meets statutory and regulatory state standards.  If
31    qualified the applicant shall at the time of such application
32    pay  a fee established by the State Board of Education, which
33    fee shall be paid into a special fund under the  control  and
34    supervision  of  the  regional  superintendent.   Such moneys
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 1    received by the regional superintendent shall be used, first,
 2    for the expenses incurred in administering  and  scoring  the
 3    examination, and next for other educational programs that are
 4    developed  and  designed  by  the  regional superintendent of
 5    schools to assist those who successfully  complete  the  high
 6    school   level  test  of  General  Education  Development  in
 7    furthering their academic development  or  their  ability  to
 8    secure  and retain gainful employment, including programs for
 9    the competitive award based on  test  scores  of  college  or
10    adult  education  scholarship  grants  or similar educational
11    incentives.   Any  excess  moneys  shall  be  paid  into  the
12    institute fund.
13        Any  applicant  who  has  achieved  the  minimum  passing
14    standards as established by  the  State  Board  of  Education
15    shall  be  notified in writing by the regional superintendent
16    and shall be issued a high school equivalency certificate  on
17    the  forms provided by the State Superintendent of Education.
18    The regional superintendent shall then certify to the  Office
19    of  the  State  Superintendent  of Education the score of the
20    applicant and such other and additional information that  may
21    be  required  by  the State Superintendent of Education.  The
22    moneys received therefrom shall be used in the same manner as
23    provided for in this Section.
24        Any applicant who has attained the age of  18  years  and
25    maintained  residence  in  the State of Illinois and is not a
26    high  school  graduate  but  whose  high  school  class   has
27    graduated  or  any  ward of the Department of Corrections who
28    has attained the age of 17 years, any inmate confined in  any
29    branch  of  the  Illinois  State  Penitentiary or in a county
30    correctional facility who has attained the age of  17  years,
31    or  any  member  of  the armed forces of the United States on
32    active duty who has attained the age of 17 years and  who  is
33    stationed  in Illinois or is a legal resident of Illinois, or
34    any female who has attained the age of 17 years and is either
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 1    pregnant or the mother of one or more children, or  any  male
 2    who has attained the age of 17 years and is the father of one
 3    or   more  children,  or  any  person  who  has  successfully
 4    completed an  alternative  education  program  under  Section
 5    2-3.81,  or  Article  13A,  or  Article  13B  and  meets  the
 6    requirements  prescribed  by the State Board of Education, is
 7    eligible to apply for a high school  equivalency  certificate
 8    upon  showing  evidence  that he has completed, successfully,
 9    the high school level General Educational Development  Tests,
10    administered  by  the  United  States Armed Forces Institute,
11    official GED Centers  established  in  other  states,  or  at
12    Veterans' Administration Hospitals or the office of the State
13    Superintendent  of  Education  administered  for the Illinois
14    State Penitentiary System and the Department of  Corrections.
15    Such  applicant shall apply to the regional superintendent of
16    the region wherein he  has  maintained  residence,  and  upon
17    payment  of a fee established by the State Board of Education
18    the  regional  superintendent  shall  issue  a  high   school
19    equivalency  certificate,  and immediately thereafter certify
20    to the State Superintendent of Education  the  score  of  the
21    applicant and such other and additional information as may be
22    required by the State Superintendent of Education.
23        Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of  this  Section,  any
24    applicant  who  has  been out of school for at least one year
25    may  request  the  regional  superintendent  of  schools   to
26    administer  the  restricted GED test upon written request of:
27    The director of a program who certifies to the Chief Examiner
28    of an official GED center that the applicant has completed  a
29    program  of  instruction provided by such agencies as the Job
30    Corps, the Postal Service Academy or apprenticeship  training
31    program;  an  employer  or  program  director for purposes of
32    entry into apprenticeship programs; another State  Department
33    of Education in order to meet regulations established by that
34    Department  of  Education,  a  post  high  school educational
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 1    institution for purposes  of  admission,  the  Department  of
 2    Professional  Regulation for licensing purposes, or the Armed
 3    Forces for induction purposes.  The  regional  superintendent
 4    shall  administer  such  test  and  the  applicant  shall  be
 5    notified  in  writing  that  he  is  eligible  to receive the
 6    Illinois High School Equivalency  Certificate  upon  reaching
 7    age  18,  provided  he meets the standards established by the
 8    State Board of Education.
 9        Any test administered under this Section to an  applicant
10    who  does  not  speak  and  understand  English  may  at  the
11    discretion  of the administering agency be given and answered
12    in any language in which the test is  printed.  The  regional
13    superintendent of schools may waive any fees required by this
14    Section in case of hardship.
15        In   counties   of   over   3,000,000  population  a  GED
16    certificate issued on or after July 1, 1994 shall contain the
17    signatures of the  State  Superintendent  of  Education,  the
18    superintendent, president or other chief executive officer of
19    the  institution where GED instruction occurred and any other
20    signatures  authorized  by  the   State   Superintendent   of
21    Education.
22    (Source: P.A.  89-273,  eff.  1-1-96;  89-358,  eff.  1-1-96;
23    89-626,  eff.  8-9-96;  89-629,  eff.  8-9-96;  90-643,  eff.
24    7-24-98.)

25        (105 ILCS 5/Art. 13B heading new)

27        (105 ILCS 5/13B-1 new)
28        Sec.  13B-1.  Short  title.  This Article may be cited as
29    the Alternative Learning Opportunities Law.

30        (105 ILCS 5/13B-5 new)
31        Sec. 13B-5.  Legislative findings and declarations.   The
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 1    General Assembly finds and declares the following:
 2             (1)  It   is   the  responsibility  of  each  school
 3        district to provide educational support for every student
 4        to meet Illinois Learning Standards.
 5             (2)  School districts need flexibility and financial
 6        support to assist  local  schools  in  their  efforts  to
 7        provide  students  with  educational  and  other services
 8        needed  for   students   to   successfully   master   the
 9        curriculum.
10             (3)  Alternative   education   in   this  State  has
11        traditionally   provided   student-centered   curriculum,
12        social  services,  and  other  support  needed  to   help
13        students succeed.
14             (4)  Standards-based reform requires a comprehensive
15        approach  to  alternative  education to ensure that every
16        student has the opportunity to meet the State's  rigorous
17        learning standards.
18             (5)  While  school  districts  operating alternative
19        learning opportunities  programs  must  comply  with  all
20        applicable  State  and  federal  laws  and  rules,  these
21        districts  should  do  so in a manner consistent with the
22        goals and policies stated in this Article.

23        (105 ILCS 5/13B-10 new)
24        Sec. 13B-10.  Purpose.  The purpose of this Article is to
25    specify the requirements for  the  operation  of  alternative
26    learning   opportunities  programs,  which  are  intended  to
27    provide  students  at  risk  of  academic  failure  with  the
28    education  and  support  services  needed  to  meet  Illinois
29    Learning Standards and to  complete  their  education  in  an
30    orderly,  safe,  and  secure  learning  environment. Services
31    provided under this Article should be provided  in  a  manner
32    that    addresses    individual   learning   styles,   career
33    development,  and  social  needs  to   enable   students   to
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 1    successfully complete their education.

 2        (105 ILCS 5/13B-15 new)
 3        Sec.  13B-15.  Definitions.   In  this Article, words and
 4    phrases have the meanings set forth in the following Sections
 5    preceding Section 13B-20 of this Code.

 6        (105 ILCS 5/13B-15.5 new)
 7        Sec. 13B-15.5.  State Board.   "State  Board"  means  the
 8    State Board of Education.

 9        (105 ILCS 5/13B-15.10 new)
10        Sec.  13B-15.10.  Student  at  risk  of academic failure.
11    "Student at risk of academic failure" means a student at risk
12    of  not  meeting  the  Illinois  Learning  Standards  or  not
13    graduating  from  elementary   or   high   school   and   who
14    demonstrates   a  need  for  educational  support  or  social
15    services beyond that provided by the regular school  program.
16    Such students are eligible for services up to the age of 21.

17        (105 ILCS 5/13B-15.15 new)
18        Sec.  13B-15.15.  Student Success Plan.  "Student Success
19    Plan" means a plan based on  an  assessment  of  a  student's
20    educational  and  social  functioning  and  skills  and  that
21    establishes goals and objectives for satisfactory performance
22    in  an  alternative learning opportunities program.  The Plan
23    must (i) specify the curriculum and instructional methods  to
24    be  used  in improving the student's educational performance,
25    (ii) outline the support services needed to  remove  barriers
26    to  learning,  (iii)  specify,  when  appropriate, the career
27    development experiences the student will receive  to  enhance
28    his  or her career awareness, (iv) set objectives to ensure a
29    successful transition back to the regular school  program  or
30    to  post-secondary  educational  options, and (v) outline the
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 1    student's responsibilities under the Plan.

 2        (105 ILCS 5/13B-15.20 new)
 3        Sec. 13B-15.20.  Support  services.   "Support  services"
 4    include  alcohol  and drug rehabilitation; individual, group,
 5    and family counseling; mentoring; tutoring; school physicals;
 6    health  and  nutrition  education;  classroom  aides;  career
 7    counseling; child care; and  any  other  social,  health,  or
 8    supplemental  service approved as part of the Student Success
 9    Plan that is required by students for their academic success.

10        (105 ILCS 5/13B-20 new)
11        Sec. 13B-20.  Alternative learning opportunities program.
12    An alternative learning opportunities program shall provide a
13    flexible standards-based learning environment, innovative and
14    varied   instructional   strategies,    a    student-centered
15    curriculum, social programs, and supplemental social, health,
16    and  support  services to improve the educational achievement
17    of students at risk of academic failure.

18        (105 ILCS 5/13B-20.5 new)
19        Sec.   13B-20.5.  Eligible   activities   and   services.
20    Alternative  learning  opportunities  programs  may   include
21    without  limitation  evening  high school, in-school tutoring
22    and mentoring programs, in-school suspension  programs,  high
23    school  completion programs to assist high school dropouts in
24    completing  their  education,  support   services,   parental
25    involvement  programs,  and  programs to develop, enhance, or
26    extend the transition for students transferring back  to  the
27    regular  school  program,  an  adult  education program, or a
28    post-secondary education program.

29        (105 ILCS 5/13B-20.10 new)
30        Sec. 13B-20.10.  Who may establish and operate  programs.
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 1    School   districts   may   establish   alternative   learning
 2    opportunities  programs or may contract with regional offices
 3    of education, intermediate service centers, public  community
 4    colleges, non-profit or for-profit education providers, youth
 5    service  agencies,  community-based  organizations,  or other
 6    appropriate  entities  to  establish   alternative   learning
 7    opportunities  programs  within  the public school system and
 8    provide a range of  alternative  learning  opportunities  for
 9    those students in the State who do not meet Illinois Learning
10    Standards.   Districts  may  individually operate alternative
11    learning opportunities programs or may collaborate with 2  or
12    more  districts  or one or more regional offices of education
13    or both or with intermediate service centers  to  create  and
14    operate alternative learning opportunities programs.

15        (105 ILCS 5/13B-20.15 new)
16        Sec.  13B-20.15.  Other eligible providers of alternative
17    learning opportunities.  School districts may  contract  with
18    health,   mental  health,  or  human  service  organizations,
19    workforce development  boards  or  agencies,  juvenile  court
20    services,   juvenile  justice  agencies,  juvenile  detention
21    programs, programs operated by the Department of Corrections,
22    or other  appropriate  agencies  or  organizations  to  serve
23    students  whose needs are not being met in the regular school
24    program by providing alternative learning opportunities.

25        (105 ILCS 5/13B-20.20 new)
26        Sec. 13B-20.20.  Enrollment in other  programs.   General
27    Educational Development preparation programs are not eligible
28    for  funding  under  this Article.  A student may enroll in a
29    program approved under  Section  18-8.05  of  this  Code,  as
30    appropriate,   or   attend   both  the  alternative  learning
31    opportunities program  and  the  regular  school  program  to
32    enhance    student   performance   and   facilitate   on-time
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 1    graduation.

 2        (105 ILCS 5/13B-20.25 new)
 3        Sec. 13B-20.25.  Eligible students.  Students in grades 4
 4    through 12 who meet enrollment criteria  established  by  the
 5    school  district  and  who meet the definition of "student at
 6    risk of academic failure" are eligible to participate  in  an
 7    alternative  learning opportunities program funded under this
 8    Article. All rights granted under this Article to a student's
 9    parent or guardian become exclusively those  of  the  student
10    upon the student's 18th birthday.

11        (105 ILCS 5/13B-20.30 new)
12        Sec.  13B-20.30.  Location of program.  A school district
13    must consider offering an alternative learning  opportunities
14    program  on-site  in  the  regular  school.   An  alternative
15    learning  opportunities program may be provided at facilities
16    separate from the regular school or in  classrooms  elsewhere
17    on school premises.

18        (105 ILCS 5/13B-20.35 new)
19        Sec.   13B-20.35.  Transportation  of  students.   School
20    districts  that  are  required  to   provide   transportation
21    pursuant   to   Section  29-3  of  this  Code  shall  provide
22    transportation for students enrolled in alternative  learning
23    opportunities programs.  Other school districts shall provide
24    transportation   to   the   same  extent  that  they  provide
25    transportation to other  students.   A  school  district  may
26    collaborate  with  the  regional superintendent of schools to
27    establish a cooperative transportation agreement among school
28    districts in the region to reduce the costs of transportation
29    and  to  provide  for  greater  accessibility  for   students
30    attending alternative learning opportunities programs.
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 1        (105 ILCS 5/13B-25 new)
 2        Sec.  13B-25.  Eligibility for funding.  The criteria set
 3    forth in the following Sections preceding Section  13B-30  of
 4    this  Code  shall determine the eligibility of an alternative
 5    learning opportunities program for funding.

 6        (105 ILCS 5/13B-25.5 new)
 7        Sec. 13B-25.5.  General  standards  for  eligibility  for
 8    funding.  To be eligible for funding, an alternative learning
 9    opportunities   program   must   provide   evidence   of   an
10    administrative  structure, program activities, program staff,
11    a budget, and a specific curriculum that is  consistent  with
12    Illinois  Learning  Standards  but  may be different from the
13    regular school program in terms of location, length of school
14    day, program sequence, pace, instructional activities, or any
15    combination of these.

16        (105 ILCS 5/13B-25.10 new)
17        Sec.  13B-25.10.  District  policies,   guidelines,   and
18    procedures;  notification.   Before receiving State funds for
19    an  alternative  learning  opportunities  program,  a  school
20    district must adopt policies and guidelines for the admission
21    and transfer of students to the program and for transitioning
22    students as appropriate back to the regular school program in
23    a manner consistent with guidelines  provided  by  the  State
24    Board.   A school district must adopt policies and procedures
25    for  the  establishment  of  a   new   alternative   learning
26    opportunities  program  or for securing State approval for an
27    existing program.  Any district that plans  to  establish  an
28    alternative  learning  opportunities  program must notify the
29    State Superintendent of Education before  enrolling  students
30    in the program.

31        (105 ILCS 5/13B-25.15 new)
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 1        Sec.  13B-25.15.  Planning  process and district plan. To
 2    apply for funding to establish  or  maintain  an  alternative
 3    learning   opportunities  program,  a  school  district  must
 4    initiate a planning process to specify the  type  of  program
 5    needed  by  the  district.  Before submission of the district
 6    plan, the school district  or  consortium  may  apply  for  a
 7    one-year  planning  grant.   The planning process may involve
 8    key education and community stakeholders, such  as  teachers,
 9    administrators, parents, interested members of the community,
10    and other agencies or organizations as appropriate.

11        (105 ILCS 5/13B-25.20 new)
12        Sec. 13B-25.20.  Requirements for the district plan.  The
13    district  plan  must be consistent with the school district's
14    overall mission and goals and aligned with the  local  school
15    improvement plans of each participating school.  The district
16    plan must include all of the following:
17             (1)  A  description  of  the  program, including the
18        students at  risk  of  academic  failure  to  be  served,
19        evidence   of   need,   program  goals,  objectives,  and
20        measurable outcomes.
21             (2)  A staffing  plan,  including  the  experiences,
22        competency,   and   qualifications   of   certified   and
23        non-certificated  staff  and emphasizing their individual
24        and collective abilities to work with students at risk of
25        academic failure.
26             (3)  A description and schedule of support  services
27        that  will  be  available  to  students  as part of their
28        instructional program, including procedures for accessing
29        services required for students on an as-needed basis.
30             (4)  How  the  district  will  use  grant  funds  to
31        improve the educational achievement of students  at  risk
32        of academic failure.
33             (5)  A detailed program budget that includes sources
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 1        of  funding  to  be  used in conjunction with alternative
 2        learning  opportunities  grant  funds  and  a  plan   for
 3        allocating costs to those funds.
 4             (6)  A   plan   that   outlines   how   funding  for
 5        alternative learning opportunities  will  be  coordinated
 6        with   other  State  and  federal  funds  to  ensure  the
 7        efficient and effective delivery of the program.
 8             (7)  A description of other sources of  revenue  the
 9        district will allocate to the program.
10             (8)  An  estimate  of the total cost per student for
11        the program and an estimate of any gap  between  existing
12        revenue  available  for the program and the total cost of
13        the program.
14             (9)  A description  of  how  parents  and  community
15        members will be involved in the program.
16             (10)  Policies  and  procedures used by the district
17        to grant credit for student work satisfactorily completed
18        in the program.
19             (11)  How the district will assess students enrolled
20        in the  program,  including  how  statewide  testing  for
21        students  in  alternative learning opportunities settings
22        will be addressed.
23             (12)  How students will be admitted to  the  program
24        and  how  students will make an effective transition back
25        to the regular school program, as appropriate.
26             (13)  All    cooperative    and    intergovernmental
27        agreements and subcontracts with eligible entities.

28        (105 ILCS 5/13B-25.25 new)
29        Sec. 13B-25.25.  Testing and assessment.  A district plan
30    for an alternative learning  opportunities  program  operated
31    through  a  cooperative  or  intergovernmental agreement must
32    provide procedures for ensuring that students are included in
33    the administration of statewide testing  programs.   Students
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 1    enrolled  in  an  alternative  learning opportunities program
 2    shall participate in State assessments under  Section  2-3.64
 3    of this Code.

 4        (105 ILCS 5/13B-25.30 new)
 5        Sec. 13B-25.30.  Annual update and submission of district
 6    plan.  A district plan must be updated annually and submitted
 7    to the State Board.

 8        (105 ILCS 5/13B-25.35 new)
 9        Sec.  13B-25.35.  Regional plan.  Based on district plans
10    to provide alternative learning opportunities,  the  regional
11    office  of  education  must submit an annual plan summarizing
12    the number, needs, and demographics of students  at  risk  of
13    academic  failure  expected to be served in its region.  This
14    plan must be updated annually  and  submitted  to  the  State
15    Board.

16        (105 ILCS 5/13B-30 new)
17        Sec. 13B-30.  Responsibilities of the State Board; rules.
18    The  State  Board  has  the responsibilities set forth in the
19    following Sections preceding Section 13B-35 of this Code. The
20    State Board may adopt rules as necessary  to  implement  this
21    Article.

22        (105 ILCS 5/13B-30.5 new)
23        Sec.   13B-30.5.  Program   assistance,  evaluation,  and
24    monitoring.  Subject to the availability of State funds,  the
25    State  Board  is  authorized  to  assist  school districts in
26    developing    and    implementing    alternative     learning
27    opportunities  programs  to  meet  the  educational  needs of
28    students at risk of academic failure.  The State Board  shall
29    develop  research-based  guidelines  for alternative learning
30    opportunities  programs,  provide  technical  assistance   to
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 1    ensure  the  establishment  of  quality programs aligned with
 2    Illinois Learning Standards, and  contract  for  services  to
 3    conduct  an  annual  statewide  evaluation.   The State Board
 4    shall conduct compliance visits of and monitor  programs,  as
 5    appropriate.    The    State    Board   may   conduct   other
 6    program-related   research   and   planning   projects,    as
 7    appropriate, to enhance student outcomes.

 8        (105 ILCS 5/13B-30.10 new)
 9        Sec.   13B-30.10.  Compliance.    The   State   Board  is
10    responsible  for  ensuring  that  all  alternative   learning
11    opportunities  programs are in compliance with all applicable
12    federal and State laws, unless otherwise  specified  in  this
13    Article.

14        (105 ILCS 5/13B-30.15 new)
15        Sec.  13B-30.15.  Statewide program evaluation of student
16    outcomes.  Alternative learning opportunities  programs  must
17    be  evaluated annually on a statewide basis.  Indicators used
18    to measure student outcomes for this evaluation  may  include
19    program completion, elementary school graduation, high school
20    graduation  or passage of the General Educational Development
21    test,  attendance,  the  number  of  students   involved   in
22    work-based learning activities, the number of students making
23    an  effective  transition  to  the  regular  school  program,
24    further  education or work, and improvement in the percentage
25    of students  enrolled  in  the  sending  school  district  or
26    districts that meet State standards.

27        (105 ILCS 5/13B-30.20 new)
28        Sec.  13B-30.20.  Suspension  or  revocation  of  program
29    approval.   The State Board may suspend or revoke approval of
30    an alternative learning opportunities program under  any  one
31    of the following conditions:
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 1             (1)  A  failure  to  meet  educational  outcomes  as
 2        enumerated  in  Section  13B-30.15  of  this  Code and as
 3        specified in the alternative learning opportunities grant
 4        agreement for a period of 2 or more consecutive years.
 5             (2)  A failure to comply with all applicable laws as
 6        specified in this Code.
 7             (3)  A  failure  to  comply  with  the   terms   and
 8        conditions  of  the  alternative  learning  opportunities
 9        grant.
10             (4)  A   failure   to   maintain  financial  records
11        according to generally accepted accounting procedures  as
12        specified by the State Board.

13        (105 ILCS 5/13B-30.25 new)
14        Sec.  13B-30.25.  Corrective  action  plan.   For  school
15    districts  whose  alternative learning opportunities programs
16    are not making progress in specified  program  outcomes,  the
17    State  Board  may  require  a  school  district  to  submit a
18    corrective action plan.

19        (105 ILCS 5/13B-30.30 new)
20        Sec. 13B-30.30.  Technical assistance  before  suspension
21    or revocation of funding.  Funding of an alternative learning
22    opportunities  program may not be suspended or revoked unless
23    the program has been provided with technical  assistance  and
24    has had an opportunity to implement a corrective action plan.

25        (105 ILCS 5/13B-30.35 new)
26        Sec.  13B-30.35.  Recovery of grant funds.  The State may
27    recover grant funds from school districts  that  consistently
28    fail  to  improve  student  performance  or  have  failed  to
29    implement  corrective  actions  to  improve their alternative
30    learning opportunities programs.
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 1        (105 ILCS 5/13B-30.40 new)
 2        Sec. 13B-30.40.  Application for funding after suspension
 3    or revocation of program approval. Once approval  to  operate
 4    an alternative learning opportunities program is suspended or
 5    revoked,  the  school district or consortium must reapply for
 6    funding.

 7        (105 ILCS 5/13B-30.45 new)
 8        Sec. 13B-30.45.  Administrative support.  The State Board
 9    shall use 1.5% of the State appropriation for the purposes of
10    this Article to conduct activities related to  the  provision
11    of    technical    assistance,    professional   development,
12    evaluations, and compliance monitoring.

13        (105 ILCS 5/13B-35 new)
14        Sec. 13B-35.  Application to cooperative agreements.  The
15    provisions set forth  in  the  following  Sections  preceding
16    Section  13B-40  of this Code apply to cooperative agreements
17    among alternative learning opportunities program providers.

18        (105 ILCS 5/13B-35.5 new)
19        Sec. 13B-35.5.  Local governance; cooperative agreements.
20    For an alternative learning  opportunities  program  operated
21    jointly  or  offered  under contract, the local governance of
22    the program shall be established by each local  school  board
23    through  a  cooperative  or  intergovernmental agreement with
24    other  school  districts.  Cooperative  agreements   may   be
25    established  among  regional  offices  of  education,  public
26    community colleges, community-based organizations, health and
27    human  service  agencies,  youth  service  agencies, juvenile
28    court services, the  Department  of  Corrections,  and  other
29    non-profit   or   for-profit  education  or  support  service
30    providers as appropriate.  Nothing contained in this  Section
31    shall   prevent   a   school  district,  regional  office  of
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 1    education, or intermediate  service  center  from  forming  a
 2    cooperative  for  the  purpose  of  delivering an alternative
 3    learning opportunities program.

 4        (105 ILCS 5/13B-35.10 new)
 5        Sec. 13B-35.10.  Committee of Cooperative Services.   The
 6    State Superintendent of Education shall convene a State-level
 7    Committee  of  Cooperative  Services.   The  Committee  shall
 8    include   representatives   of  the  following  agencies  and
 9    organizations, selected by their respective heads: the Office
10    of the Governor, the State Board of Education,  the  Illinois
11    Association  of  Regional  Superintendents  of  Schools,  the
12    Chicago Public Schools, the Intermediate Service Centers, the
13    State  Teacher  Certification  Board,  the Illinois Community
14    College  Board,  the  Department  of  Human   Services,   the
15    Department  of  Children  and  Family  Services, the Illinois
16    Principals Association, the Illinois  Education  Association,
17    the  Illinois  Federation  of Teachers, the Illinois Juvenile
18    Justice Commission, the Office of the Attorney  General,  the
19    Illinois    Association   of   School   Administrators,   the
20    Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts, the  Department
21    of Corrections, special education advocacy organizations, and
22    non-profit  and  community-based  organizations,  as  well as
23    parent representatives and child advocates designated by  the
24    State Superintendent of Education.

25        (105 ILCS 5/13B-35.15 new)
26        Sec.   13B-35.15.  Role   of   Committee  of  Cooperative
27    Services.  The Committee of Cooperative Services shall advise
28    the  State  Superintendent  of  Education  on  the  statewide
29    development, implementation, and coordination of  alternative
30    learning  opportunities  programs.   The Committee shall make
31    recommendations to the heads of the  various  State  entities
32    represented  on  the  Committee  to  improve  the educational
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 1    outcomes of students at risk of academic failure through  the
 2    coordinated  provision  of  education, health, mental health,
 3    and human services.

 4        (105 ILCS 5/13B-35.20 new)
 5        Sec. 13B-35.20.  Operation of  Committee  of  Cooperative
 6    Services.    The  Committee  of  Cooperative  Services  shall
 7    establish its by-laws and procedures, subject to approval  of
 8    the State Superintendent of Education.

 9        (105 ILCS 5/13B-40 new)
10        Sec.  13B-40.  Funding.   The provisions set forth in the
11    following Sections preceding  Section  13B-45  of  this  Code
12    apply  to  the  funding of alternative learning opportunities
13    programs under this Article.

14        (105 ILCS 5/13B-40.5 new)
15        Sec.  13B-40.5.  Budget.   The  General  Assembly   shall
16    appropriate  new,  additional  funds to establish alternative
17    learning opportunities programs throughout the State.

18        (105 ILCS 5/13B-40.10 new)
19        Sec.  13B-40.10.  Availability  of  grants.    Based   on
20    available  funding,  the  State  Board  shall  establish  the
21    maximum amount of funding available for planning grants.  The
22    remaining  funding  shall be distributed for supplemental and
23    implementation grants based on available funds, according  to
24    the  State's  calculated  share of costs in excess of the per
25    capita cost per student.

26        (105 ILCS 5/13B-40.15 new)
27        Sec. 13B-40.15.  Limitation to existing programs.  In the
28    first year of funding under this  Article,  supplemental  and
29    implementation   grants   shall   be   limited   to  existing
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 1    educational programs that meet the guidelines set forth under
 2    this Article.

 3        (105 ILCS 5/13B-40.20 new)
 4        Sec. 13B-40.20.  Planning grants.  A planning grant shall
 5    be used to support the costs  associated  with  developing  a
 6    district  plan  for  the  establishment  of a new alternative
 7    learning opportunities program or to  seek  approval  for  an
 8    existing program.  A planning grant is limited to one year.

 9        (105 ILCS 5/13B-40.25 new)
10        Sec.  13B-40.25.  Supplemental  grants.   A  supplemental
11    grant  shall  be used to significantly extend the services of
12    an existing alternative  learning  opportunities  program  to
13    additional  students or to develop a new component to enhance
14    an existing program.  The State  Board  shall  establish  the
15    maximum amount of funding available for supplemental grants.

16        (105 ILCS 5/13B-40.30 new)
17        Sec.      13B-40.30.  Implementation      grants.      An
18    implementation grant shall be used to support the excess cost
19    of  instruction  and  support   services   provided   by   an
20    alternative  learning  opportunities program.  Implementation
21    grants  shall  be  distributed  based  on  available  funding
22    grouped according to the per capita costs by school district.
23    The State Board shall establish the maximum amount of funding
24    for implementation grants.  In years subsequent to the  first
25    year  of  funding  under  this Article, implementation grants
26    shall be continued based  on  completion  of  program  plans,
27    compliance   with   applicable   State   laws,   and  program
28    performance  as  measured  by  the  percentage  of   students
29    achieving one or more specified positive outcomes and overall
30    progress  in  increasing the percentage of students that meet
31    State standards in each participating school district.
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 1        (105 ILCS 5/13B-40.35 new)
 2        Sec.  13B-40.35.  Supplanting  prohibited.    Alternative
 3    learning  opportunities  grants  may  not be used to supplant
 4    existing funds that the student would otherwise  generate  if
 5    in attendance in the regular school program.

 6        (105 ILCS 5/13B-40.40 new)
 7        Sec.    13B-40.40.  Cooperative   and   intergovernmental
 8    agreements  funding.    Alternative  learning   opportunities
 9    programs  operating  under a cooperative or intergovernmental
10    agreement shall  receive  the  total  of  funding  that  each
11    individual program would be entitled to receive separately.

12        (105 ILCS 5/13B-40.45 new)
13        Sec.  13B-40.45.  Deobligated  funds.   Within  any given
14    grant year,  deobligated  funds  shall  be  redistributed  to
15    existing alternative learning opportunities programs.

16        (105 ILCS 5/13B-40.50 new)
17        Sec.  13B-40.50.  Supplemental  funding.   An alternative
18    learning opportunities program may  receive  federal,  State,
19    and local grants, gifts, and foundation grants to support the
20    program.

21        (105 ILCS 5/13B-45 new)
22        Sec.   13B-45.  Days   and   hours   of  attendance.   An
23    alternative  learning  opportunities  program  shall  provide
24    students with at least the minimum number of  days  of  pupil
25    attendance  required under Section 10-19 of this Code and the
26    minimum number of daily hours of school work  required  under
27    Section  18-8.05  of this Code, provided that the State Board
28    may approve exceptions to these requirements if  the  program
29    meets all of the following conditions:
30             (1)  The   district  plan  submitted  under  Section
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 1        13B-25.15  of  this  Code  establishes  that  a   program
 2        providing   the   required  minimum  number  of  days  of
 3        attendance or daily hours of school work would not  serve
 4        the needs of the program's students.
 5             (2)  Each  day  of attendance shall provide no fewer
 6        than 3 clock hours  of  school  work,  as  defined  under
 7        paragraph  (1)  of  subsection  (F) of Section 18-8.05 of
 8        this Code.
 9             (3)  Each day of attendance that provides fewer than
10        5  clock  hours  of  school  work  shall   also   provide
11        supplementary   services,  including  without  limitation
12        work-based   learning,   student   assistance   programs,
13        counseling, case management, health and fitness programs,
14        or life-skills or conflict resolution training, in  order
15        to  provide  a  total  daily  program to the student of 5
16        clock hours.  A program may claim general State  aid  for
17        up  to  2  hours  of  the time each day that a student is
18        receiving supplementary services.
19             (4)  Each program shall provide no  fewer  than  174
20        days  of  actual pupil attendance during the school term;
21        however,  approved  evening  programs   that   meet   the
22        requirements  of  Section  13B-45  of this Code may offer
23        less than 174 days of actual pupil attendance during  the
24        school term.

25        (105 ILCS 5/13B-50 new)
26        Sec.  13B-50.  Eligibility  to receive general State aid.
27    In order to receive general State aid,  alternative  learning
28    opportunities   programs   must  meet  the  requirements  for
29    claiming general State aid as specified in Section 18-8.05 of
30    this  Code,  with  the  exception  of  the  length   of   the
31    instructional  day,  which may be less than 5 hours of school
32    work if the  program  meets  the  criteria  set  forth  under
33    Sections  13B-50.5  and  13B-50.10  of  this  Code and if the
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 1    program is approved by the State Board.

 2        (105 ILCS 5/13B-50.5 new)
 3        Sec. 13B-50.5.  Conditions of funding.  If an alternative
 4    learning opportunities program provides  less  than  5  clock
 5    hours  of school work daily, the program must meet guidelines
 6    established by the State Board and must provide supplementary
 7    services, including without limitation  work-based  learning,
 8    student  assistance  programs,  counseling,  case management,
 9    health  and   fitness   programs,   life   skills,   conflict
10    resolution,  or  service  learning,  that  are  equal  to the
11    required attendance.

12        (105 ILCS 5/13B-50.10 new)
13        Sec. 13B-50.10.  Additional criteria  for  general  State
14    aid.   In  order  to  claim general State aid, an alternative
15    learning  opportunities  program  must  meet  the   following
16    criteria:
17        (1)  Teacher   professional   development   plans  should
18    include education in the instruction of at-risk students.
19        (2)  Facilities must meet the health,  life,  and  safety
20    requirements in this Code.
21        (3)  The  program  must  comply  with all other State and
22    federal laws applicable to education providers.

23        (105 ILCS 5/13B-50.15 new)
24        Sec. 13B-50.15.  Level of funding.  Approved  alternative
25    learning opportunities programs are entitled to claim general
26    State   aid,   subject  to  Sections  13B-50,  13B-50.5,  and
27    13B-50.10  of  this  Code.   Approved  programs  operated  by
28    regional offices of education are entitled to receive general
29    State aid at the  foundation  level  of  support.   A  school
30    district  or  consortium must ensure that an approved program
31    receives  supplemental  general  State  aid,   transportation
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 1    reimbursements,   and   special   education   resources,   if
 2    appropriate, for students enrolled in the program.

 3        (105 ILCS 5/13B-55 new)
 4        Sec.   13B-55.  Non-resident  students.   If  one  school
 5    district can more efficiently serve  students  from  multiple
 6    school    districts,   an   approved   alternative   learning
 7    opportunities  program  may   admit   non-resident   students
 8    pursuant  to  the  terms  of  an  intergovernmental agreement
 9    negotiated among participating districts.  The tuition charge
10    must not be less than 100% nor greater than 110% of  the  per
11    capita tuition rate for the resident district.

12        (105 ILCS 5/13B-60 new)
13        Sec.  13B-60.  Enrollment in program.  The provisions set
14    forth in the following Sections preceding Section  13B-65  of
15    this  Code  govern  enrollment  in  an  alternative  learning
16    opportunities program.

17        (105 ILCS 5/13B-60.5 new)
18        Sec.   13B-60.5.  Request   for   enrollment.   A  school
19    district that operates an alternative learning  opportunities
20    program  shall ensure that parents and guardians are aware of
21    the program and the services  that  the  program  offers.   A
22    student  may be enrolled in the program only upon the request
23    of the student or the student's parent or guardian  and  only
24    after  a  conference under Section 13B-60.10 of this Code has
25    been held.

26        (105 ILCS 5/13B-60.10 new)
27        Sec.   13B-60.10.  Parent   conference.    Before   being
28    enrolled in an alternative  learning  opportunities  program,
29    the student and each of his or her parents or guardians shall
30    receive written notice to attend a conference to determine if

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 1    the  student  would  benefit  from  attending  an alternative
 2    learning opportunities program.  The conference must  provide
 3    all  of  the information necessary for the student and parent
 4    or guardian to make an informed decision regarding enrollment
 5    in  an  alternative  learning  opportunities   program.   The
 6    conference  shall include a discussion of the extent to which
 7    the student, if enrolled in the program, may  participate  in
 8    school  activities.    No  student  shall  be  enrolled in an
 9    alternative  learning  opportunities  program   without   the
10    consent of the student's parent or guardian.

11        (105 ILCS 5/13B-60.15 new)
12        Sec.  13B-60.15.  Review  of  student  progress. A school
13    district must  regularly  review  the  progress  of  students
14    enrolled  in an alternative learning opportunities program to
15    ensure that students may return to the regular school program
16    as soon as appropriate. Upon request of the student's  parent
17    or  guardian,  the school district shall review the student's
18    progress using procedures established by  the  district.    A
19    student  shall remain in the program only with the consent of
20    the student's  parent  or  guardian  and  shall  be  promptly
21    returned  to  the  regular school program upon the request of
22    the student's parent or guardian.

23        (105 ILCS 5/13B-60.20 new)
24        Sec.   13B-60.20.  Enrollment   of   special    education
25    students.   Any  enrollment of a special education student in
26    an alternative learning  opportunities program must  be  done
27    only  if  included in the  student's individualized education
28    plan.  The student's individualized  education plan  must  be
29    implemented  in  the  program  by  appropriately    certified
30    personnel.

31        (105 ILCS 5/13B-60.25 new)
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 1        Sec. 13B-60.25.  Student Success Plan.  A Student Success
 2    Plan  must  be  developed  for  each  student  enrolled in an
 3    alternative learning opportunities program.  The student  and
 4    his or her parent or guardian must be afforded an opportunity
 5    to participate in the development of this Plan.

 6        (105 ILCS 5/13B-65 new)
 7        Sec.  13B-65.  Teacher  certification.   Teachers  with a
 8    valid and active  elementary,  secondary,  or  special  PK-12
 9    Illinois  teaching  certificate  may  teach in an alternative
10    learning opportunities program.

11        (105 ILCS 5/13B-65.5 new)
12        Sec.  13B-65.5.  Alternative  learning  credentials   for
13    teachers.    Certificated teachers may receive an endorsement
14    or approval in the area of alternative learning.   The  State
15    Board  shall  establish  teaching  standards  in  alternative
16    learning that lead to such an endorsement or approval.

17        (105 ILCS 5/13B-65.10 new)
18        Sec.  13B-65.10.  Continuing professional development for
19    teachers.  Teachers may receive continuing education units or
20    continuing professional development  units,  subject  to  the
21    provisions of Section 13B-65.5 of this Code, for professional
22    development related to alternative learning.

23        (105 ILCS 5/13B-70 new)
24        Sec.  13B-70.  Truancy  and  attendance  problems.   If a
25    student is a chronic or habitual truant as defined in Section
26    26-2a of this Code or if a child has been ordered  to  attend
27    school,  the  school  district  may  consider the student for
28    placement in an alternative  learning  opportunities  program
29    specifically   designed   to   prevent   truancy,  supplement
30    instruction for students with attendance problems,  intervene
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 1    to decrease chronic truancy, and provide alternatives to high
 2    school  completion.   A  program  operating  pursuant  to the
 3    truants'  alternative  and  optional  education  program  may
 4    contract with a school  district  or  consortium  to  provide
 5    these services.

 6        (105 ILCS 5/13B-75 new)
 7        Sec.   13B-75.  Subcontracting.    A   school   district,
 8    regional office of education, or public community college may
 9    contract  with  a non-profit or for-profit educational entity
10    for  the  delivery  of  services  under  this  Article.   All
11    educational entities  providing  instructional  services  for
12    eligible students must be recognized by the State Board.

13        (105 ILCS 5/13B-80 new)
14        Sec.  13B-80.  Student  credit.   A  school district must
15    grant academic credit to a student in an alternative learning
16    opportunities program for  work  completed  at  an  education
17    provider that is accredited by a regional accrediting body or
18    recognized  by  the  State Board if the student's performance
19    meets district standards.

20        (105 ILCS 5/13B-85 new)
21        Sec. 13B-85.  Test of General Educational Development.  A
22    student 16 years of age or over who satisfactorily  completes
23    an  alternative  learning opportunities program in accordance
24    with school district guidelines and the Student Success  Plan
25    may take the Test of General Educational Development.

26        (105 ILCS 5/26-2) (from Ch. 122, par. 26-2)
27        Sec.  26-2.   Enrolled  pupils  below  7  or over 16. Any
28    person having custody or control of a child who is below  the
29    age  of  7  years  or  above  the  age of 16 years and who is
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 1    enrolled in any of grades 1 through 12, in the public  school
 2    shall  cause  him to attend the public school in the district
 3    wherein he resides when it is in session during  the  regular
 4    school  term unless he is excused under paragraphs 2, 3, 4 or
 5    5 of Section 26-1.
 6        A  school  district  shall  deny  reenrollment   in   its
 7    secondary  schools to any child above the age of 16 years who
 8    has dropped out of school and who could not, because  of  age
 9    and  lack of credits, attend classes during the normal school
10    year and graduate before his or her twenty-first birthday.  A
11    district  may,  however,  enroll  the child in an alternative
12    learning opportunities program established under Article 13B.
13    No child shall be denied reenrollment for the  above  reasons
14    unless the school district first offers the child due process
15    as  required in cases of expulsion under Section 10-22.6.  If
16    a child is denied reenrollment after being provided with  due
17    process,  the school district must provide counseling to that
18    child and must direct that child to  alternative  educational
19    programs,  including  adult  education programs, that lead to
20    graduation or receipt of a GED  diploma.   No  child  may  be
21    denied  reenrollment  in  violation  of  the Individuals with
22    Disabilities Education Act or the Americans with Disabilities
23    Act.
24    (Source: P.A. 88-199; 88-555, eff. 7-27-94.)

25        Section 99.  Effective date.  This Act  takes  effect  on
26    January 1, 2002.
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 1                                INDEX
 2               Statutes amended in order of appearance
 3                              SEE INDEX
 4    105 ILCS 5/3-15.12        from Ch. 122, par. 3-15.12
 5    105 ILCS 5/Art. 13B heading new
 6    105 ILCS 5/13B-1 new
 7    105 ILCS 5/13B-5 new
 8    105 ILCS 5/13B-10 new
 9    105 ILCS 5/13B-15 new
10    105 ILCS 5/13B-15.5 new
11    105 ILCS 5/13B-15.10 new
12    105 ILCS 5/13B-15.15 new
13    105 ILCS 5/13B-15.20 new
14    105 ILCS 5/13B-15.25 new
15    105 ILCS 5/13B-20 new
16    105 ILCS 5/13B-20.5 new
17    105 ILCS 5/13B-20.10 new
18    105 ILCS 5/13B-20.15 new
19    105 ILCS 5/13B-20.20 new
20    105 ILCS 5/13B-20.25 new
21    105 ILCS 5/13B-20.30 new
22    105 ILCS 5/13B-20.35 new
23    105 ILCS 5/13B-20.40 new
24    105 ILCS 5/13B-25 new
25    105 ILCS 5/13B-25.5 new
26    105 ILCS 5/13B-25.10 new
27    105 ILCS 5/13B-25.15 new
28    105 ILCS 5/13B-25.20 new
29    105 ILCS 5/13B-25.25 new
30    105 ILCS 5/13B-25.30 new
31    105 ILCS 5/13B-25.35 new
32    105 ILCS 5/13B-30 new
33    105 ILCS 5/13B-30.5 new
34    105 ILCS 5/13B-30.10 new
HB1096 Enrolled             -30-              LRB9201896NTtmB
 1    105 ILCS 5/13B-30.15 new
 2    105 ILCS 5/13B-30.20 new
 3    105 ILCS 5/13B-30.25 new
 4    105 ILCS 5/13B-30.30 new
 5    105 ILCS 5/13B-30.35 new
 6    105 ILCS 5/13B-30.40 new
 7    105 ILCS 5/13B-30.45 new
 8    105 ILCS 5/13B-35 new
 9    105 ILCS 5/13B-35.5 new
10    105 ILCS 5/13B-35.10 new
11    105 ILCS 5/13B-35.15 new
12    105 ILCS 5/13B-35.20 new
13    105 ILCS 5/13B-40 new
14    105 ILCS 5/13B-40.5 new
15    105 ILCS 5/13B-40.10 new
16    105 ILCS 5/13B-40.15 new
17    105 ILCS 5/13B-40.20 new
18    105 ILCS 5/13B-40.25 new
19    105 ILCS 5/13B-40.30 new
20    105 ILCS 5/13B-40.35 new
21    105 ILCS 5/13B-40.40 new
22    105 ILCS 5/13B-40.45 new
23    105 ILCS 5/13B-40.50 new
24    105 ILCS 5/13B-45 new
25    105 ILCS 5/13B-50 new
26    105 ILCS 5/13B-50.5 new
27    105 ILCS 5/13B-50.10 new
28    105 ILCS 5/13B-50.15 new
29    105 ILCS 5/13B-55 new
30    105 ILCS 5/13B-60 new
31    105 ILCS 5/13B-60.5 new
32    105 ILCS 5/13B-60.10 new
33    105 ILCS 5/13B-60.15 new
34    105 ILCS 5/13B-60.20 new
HB1096 Enrolled             -31-              LRB9201896NTtmB
 1    105 ILCS 5/13B-60.25 new
 2    105 ILCS 5/13B-60.30 new
 3    105 ILCS 5/13B-60.35 new
 4    105 ILCS 5/13B-60.40 new
 5    105 ILCS 5/13B-65 new
 6    105 ILCS 5/13B-65.5 new
 7    105 ILCS 5/13B-65.10 new
 8    105 ILCS 5/13B-70 new
 9    105 ILCS 5/13B-75 new
10    105 ILCS 5/13B-80 new
11    105 ILCS 5/13B-85 new
12    105 ILCS 5/26-2           from Ch. 122, par. 26-2

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