Nebraska Revised Statute 79-1014
(1) On or before October 15 of each year, each school district designating a maximum limited English proficiency allowance greater than zero dollars shall submit a limited English proficiency plan for the next school fiscal year to the department and to the learning community coordinating council of any learning community of which the school district is a member. On or before the immediately following December 1, (a) the department shall approve or disapprove such plans for school districts that are not members of a learning community, based on the inclusion of the elements required pursuant to this section and (b) the learning community coordinating council, and, as to the applicable portions thereof, each achievement subcouncil, shall approve or disapprove such plan for school districts that are members of such learning community, based on the inclusion of such elements. On or before the immediately following December 5, each learning community coordinating council shall certify to the department the approval or disapproval of the limited English proficiency plan for each member school district.
(2) In order to be approved pursuant to this section, a limited English proficiency plan must include an explanation of how the school district will address the following issues for such school fiscal year:
(a) Identification of students with limited English proficiency;
(b) Instructional approaches;
(c) Assessment of such students' progress toward mastering the English language; and
(d) An evaluation to determine the effectiveness of the elements of the limited English proficiency plan.
(3) The state board shall establish a procedure for appeal of decisions of the department and of learning community coordinating councils to the state board for a final determination.
Laws 2007, LB641, § 24;
Laws 2008, LB988, § 37;
Laws 2009, LB549, § 33;
Laws 2010, LB1071, § 18.