a student who has reached eighteen years of age or is attending an institution of postsecondary education at the post high school level
a student who has reached eighteen years of age or is attending an institution of post-secondary education
a student who is enrolled in one or more courses at an eligible educational institution
a student who was enrolled at least half time in a program that led to a degree, certificate, or other recognized educational credential
You, your spouse, or an eligible dependent can be an eligible student. The student must be enrolled at an eligible educational institution for at least one academic period (semester, trimester, quarter) during the year.
For the purposes of the Title I school choice provision, eligible students are all students enrolled in Title I schools that are in their first or second year of school improvement or are in corrective action or restructuring status. This differs from the eligibility criteria for supplemental educational services, which are available only to students from low-income families who are enrolled in schools in their second year of improvement or in corrective action or restructuring. Full Academic Year: Full academic year is defined as October 1st (CHECK THIS) through the first day of testing. That is determined by school, by district and by state. In other words, if a student moves during that timeline between one school and another in the same district, he would not count for AYP determinations in the school, but he would in the district. Likewise, if a student moves between districts in the same state, he would only be counted in the state determinations.