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(1) The department of justice may authorize public school districts conducting a traffic education program approved by the superintendent of public instruction to administer to the district's traffic education students required standardized knowledge and road tests and to certify the test results to the department of justice, provided that:

(a) the school district completes, signs, and submits an "Intent to Participate" affidavit to the motor vehicle division of the department of justice;

(b) each of the school district's teachers who teach all or part of the district's traffic education curriculum:

(i) is approved under this chapter as a traffic education teacher;

(ii) has attended and successfully completed a cooperative driver testing program training class conducted by the department of justice; and

(iii) has completed, signed, and submitted an "Instructor Compliance Affidavit"; and

(c) the school district and its traffic education teachers administer the program as outlined in the cooperative driver testing program plan prepared by the department of justice, motor vehicle division.

(2) The school district's cooperative driver testing program shall be subject to review by the department of justice.   The department of justice may terminate the district's authorization to participate as a cooperative driver testing school district or a teacher's cooperative driver testing program credentials if the department of justice's review indicates habitual, intentional or negligent non-compliance by agents of the school district and/or the traffic education teacher.

History: Sec. 20-7-502, MCA; IMP, Sec. 61-5-110, MCA; NEW, 2002 MAR p. 1067, Eff. 4/12/02.

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