|(a) As outlined under Chapter 9, Subchapter G, §9.125 of this title (relating to Contractual Agreements for Instruction with Public Secondary Schools) two-year colleges may contract with public secondary school districts to provide remedial courses for students enrolled in public secondary schools in preparation for graduation from high school. Such courses are not eligible for state appropriations. (b) High school students who have passed all sections of the exit-level TAKS test with the high school graduation standard may be permitted to enroll in state-funded developmental courses offered by a college at the college's discretion if a need for such course work is indicated by student performance on an assessment instrument approved by the Board under §4.56 of this title (relating to Assessment Instruments). (c) Remedial and developmental courses may not be offered for dual credit. (d) Only a public community college may waive tuition and fees for a Texas public high school student enrolled in a remedial course or a developmental course. Public technical colleges and state colleges may not waive tuition and fees.