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Section 3313.471 | Presentation of career information.

 

(A) As used in this section, "armed forces" means the Ohio national guard, the Ohio naval militia, the Ohio military reserve, and the active and reserve components of the United States army, navy, air force, marine corps, and coast guard.

(B) No school district board of education shall impose any restriction on the presentation of career information to students that is not uniformly imposed on representatives of the armed forces, skilled trades, institutions of higher education, career-technical education providers, business, industry, charitable institutions, and other employers or prohibit the presentation of information or recruitment of students by those representatives for employment, employment training, or education on the district's campus. The board shall .

(C) The district board shall provide any entity described in division (B) of this section with at least two opportunities per school year to present information in person to all students in grades nine through twelve individually or in a group setting and shall provide students with the opportunity to speak in person with the entities that participate in those opportunities. This requirement may be satisfied by providing common area access for presentation of information materials or by providing a scheduled educational or career fair.

(D) To the extent permitted by federal law and in accordance with this section, the district board may develop an application process for entities that wish to access school property for the purpose of presenting information to students. The board may develop standards of conduct and require entities to adhere to those standards as a condition of continued access and presentation of information materials.

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