Military Compact Agreement

6. The Interstate Commission shall not bear the costs of a State in arrears or suspended or terminated from the Pact, except with the written consent of the Interstate Commission and the defaulting State. and the Interstate Compact covers serving military children and activates daycare and reserve officers enrolled in public schools in grades K to 12. The pact also applies to the children of fallen service members, as well as to children who are retired or medically retired for one year after the death, retirement or dismissal of the service member. (2) Establish departmental guidelines and procedures to inform military communities of the following: the pact allows military families to have more flexibility in their cooperation with schools in order to meet their children`s graduation requirements. Section 89.8(b)(4) describes the provisions of Article VII of the Covenant relating to graduation requirements. Comment: “In the definition of children of military families, number four should be revised. I believe that the children of military personnel who are seriously injured, ill, injured or who die on active duty or as a result of injuries sustained in active service must bear that name for more than a year. I propose that they keep this name until June 30 of their normal year-end year. This ensures that the child/children have this support until graduation. Children in the military face challenges in terms of enrollment, authorization, placement, and degree due to frequent moves. Military families regularly move from one position to another, and while redistributions can benefit parents` careers, moving can be difficult for their children.

The average military student faces transitions more than twice in high school, and most military children attend six to nine different school systems, from kindergarten to senior year. One. be a common entity and agency of the Member States and have all the responsibilities, powers and obligations set out therein, as well as the additional powers which may be conferred on it by subsequent simultaneous action by the respective legislators of the Member States in accordance with the provisions of this Pact. As used in this pact, unless the context clearly requires a different construction: the pact invites member states` school districts to check their rules so that the children of military parents have the continuity they need. The Pact requires cooperation in the following areas: 7. the provision of start-up rules for the initial management of the Pact. G. States have different standards and teachers teach to different standards per school district. There are times when new military children move to another school and are considered “after”. Not because they have a learning disability, but the part of the curriculum may not have been taught at the old school. .

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