Kansas Administrative Regulations
KANSAS STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Driver and Traffic Safety Education Courses
Driver education II.
91-5-14 Driver education II. All motorcycle and advanced driving skills programs shall
be approved by the state board. (a) (1) Motorcycle instruction shall be offered only to students
who are 15 years of age or older and have completed an approved course in driver education or
hold a valid motor vehicle operator's license. Each course shall include a minimum of 20 hours of
instruction, which shall include no fewer than eight hours of classroom instruction and an aver-
age of no fewer than six hours of behind-the-bar instruction per student. If on-street driving in-
struction is provided, the instruction shall not exceed one hour per day, except that one instruc-
tional period in each program may be extended to a maximum of two hours.
(2) Instructors of an approved motorcycle course shall complete a 60-hour instructor's
course approved by the state board.
(3) Instructors shall maintain instructional proficiency by teaching at least one course in every
two calendar years.
(4) Instruction proficiency renewal may be obtained by completing a 20-hour refresher course
approved by the state board.
(5) Students shall successfully complete all phases of an approved motorcycle education
course to be eligible for the division of vehicles' certification of completion.
(6) No program shall have more than 12 students per instructor for off-street instruction or
more than six students for on-street instruction.
(7) If on-street instruction is provided, during this instruction each student shall wear a bright
orange or yellow riding vest inscribed with the words ``student driver.''
(8) All programs meeting the requirements for an approved course shall be eligible for reim-
bursement through the motorcycle safety fund.
(b) Advanced driving skill programs shall be offered only to students who are 16 years of age or
older and hold a valid operator's license or have completed an approved basic driver education
program. Each course shall include a minimum of 24 hours of instruction, which shall include no
fewer than eight hours of classroom instruction and an average of no fewer than six hours of be-
hind-the-wheel instruction per student. (Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 8-272; effective
May 1, 1978; amended May 1, 1979; amended May 1, 1980; amended May 1, 1982; amended, T-
84-2, Feb. 10, 1983; amended May 1, 1984; amended Jan. 23, 1998.)
General Education Development Tests
Article 10.--GENERAL EDUCATION
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