Section 3325.09 | Career-technical education and work training programs for visually impaired students.
(A) The state board of education shall institute and establish career-technical education and work training programs for secondary and post-secondary students whose disabilities are visual impairments. These programs shall develop communication, mobility, and work skills and assist students in becoming productive members of society so that they can contribute to their communities and living environments.
(B) The state school for the blind may use any gifts, donations, or bequests it receives under section 3325.10 of the Revised Code for one or more of the following purposes that are related to career-technical and work training programs for secondary and post-secondary students whose disabilities are visual impairments:
(1) Room and board;
(2) Training in mobility and orientation;
(3) Activities that teach daily living skills;
(4) Rehabilitation technology;
(5) Activities that teach group and individual social and interpersonal skills;
(6) Work placement in the community by the school or a community agency;
(7) Transportation to and from work sites or locations of community interaction;
(8) Supervision and management of programs and services.
Available Versions of this Section
- September 17, 2014 – House Bill 487, 130th General Assembly [ View September 17, 2014 Version ]