SEC. 37-7-329. Establishment and operation of schools exclusively for Indians.
In a school district where there are Indian children, or children of any race not otherwise provided for by law with educational advantages, sufficient to form a school, the school board may locate one or more schools exclusively for Indians, or children of such other race, and pay salaries of teachers for same, and provide for the transportation of the children, under rules and regulations prescribed by the State Board of Education. Special licenses may be provided by the director of the division of instruction for teachers of Indian schools and other schools mentioned in this section.
SOURCES: Laws, 1986, ch. 492, Sec. 21, eff from and after July 1, 1987.