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13-28A-2Open enrollment agreements--Contents.

Any agreement to allow open enrollment between South Dakota school districts and a bordering state's school districts entered into pursuant to this chapter shall specify the following:

(1)    If the bordering state sends more students to South Dakota than South Dakota sends to the bordering state, the bordering state will pay South Dakota an amount agreed upon for the excess number of students sent to South Dakota; and

(2)    If South Dakota sends more students to the bordering state than the bordering state sends to South Dakota, South Dakota will pay the bordering state an amount agreed upon for the excess number of students sent to the bordering state.

Source: SL 2005, ch 102, § 2; SL 2007, ch 102, § 1; SL 2008, ch 81, § 2.

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