Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-17h-12 - Annual progress report

Current through March 4, 2022

On or before July 1, 1979 and each July 1 thereafter each board of education receiving funds pursuant to Public Act 77-588 shall file an annual progress report with the Secretary. The report shall include the following:

(a) Measures of Increased and Broadened Educational Opportunities for Eligible Children. The board of education may measure increased educational opportunities by noting changes in the environment of the child or by gathering related statistical data which, by reasonable inference, can give evidence of the degree of achievement of the characteristics of required programs of bilingual education in accordance with section 10-17h-11 of these regulations. Included may be changes that have taken place in the staff, the facilities and equipment use, and statistical counts such as absence and dropout rates.
(b) A Program Evaluation. The board of education shall evaluate the educational effectiveness of the required program of bilingual education in meeting the characteristics in accordance with section 10-17h-11, and the measures of the accomplishment of the goals and objectives indicated in the most recent approved description filed with the Secretary in accordance with section 10-17h-8(g). Included shall be counts of the number of children entering and leaving the required program, an accounting of the number of years children have remained in the program, and results of followup studies on the educational success of children who have been placed subsequently in the regular school program. The State Board of Education shall issue supplemental guidelines which will include criteria for designing a program evaluation.
(c) A Certification by the Board of Education. The superintendent of schools shall sign an affidavit attesting that funds were expended solely for the purposes of Public Act 77-588. The board of education shall at its own expense, provide for an audit acceptable to the State Board of Education in accordance with section 7-396a of the general statutes.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-17h-12
Effective November 1, 1977

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