|(a) Court-ordered programs and instructors must conduct
all in-person classes in appropriate classroom facilities and settings
that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, 42 United States
Code, §12101 et seq. The classrooms and setting must be conducive
to study and must have:
(1) enough tables or desks to accommodate each participant
(2) enough chairs sufficient to seat each participant;
(3) sufficient lighting;
(4) appropriate acoustics and climate control; and
(5) classroom facilities easily accessible to all class
(b) Program providers and instructors must not conduct
in-person class modules at a personal residence. Each instructor that
instructs an in-person court-ordered program must be physically present
in the classroom with the participants for each class.
(c) Audiovisual equipment must be in good working order
and in good condition for use in class instruction.
(d) Television monitors and projection screens must
be at least 25 inches diagonally and videos and slides/transparencies
must be maintained in a high-quality condition.
(e) Slides/transparencies and videos must be displayed
in a manner which produces a clear image and allows all participants
to have an unobstructed view.
(f) Program providers and instructors must ensure that
no portion of any court-ordered program course is videotaped or otherwise
recorded or broadcast.