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Notwithstanding the provisions of Sections 44001, 44830, 44831, or any other provision of law, a noncertificated student enrolled in any public or private college or university in California may be permitted by the governing board of a school district maintaining any of grades 1 through 8, to serve in elementary schools or child care centers as a nonteaching aide under the following conditions:

(a) Such service by the student is based upon a program for the part-time employment of students established by the college or university under those provisions of the federal statute cited as the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 (Public Law 452, of the 88th Congress), and acts amendatory thereof, which provide for federal financial grants for work-study programs.

(b) The compensation being received by the student for such services is provided, at least in part, by grants made to the college or university by the government of the United States for a program of the type specified in subdivision (a).

(c) The student has been determined under procedures established by the Department of Education to be free of any disability of person or character (other than in professional competency) which would prohibit the issuance to him of any credential or certification document provided for under this code if he were otherwise qualified therefor.

(Enacted by Stats. 1976, Ch. 1010.)


Education Code 44001

Education Code 44830

Education Code 44831