Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-17h-7 - Bilingual education requirement

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) When a Program Must Be Provided. If on February 1, 1978 or any November 1 thereafter there are in any public school within a local or regional school district twenty or more children who are classified dominant in any single language other than English and whose proficiency in English is limited, the board of education of such school district shall provide a program of bilingual education in accordance with section 10-17h-11 for such eligible children for the following school year.
(b) Notification.
(1) Before a child is placed in a required program of bilingual education, the board of education shall fully inform the parents, guardians or others with whom the child lives about the program.
(2) In addition to the notification in subparagraph (1) of this subsection, the board of education shall send to each parent, guardian or other person with whom the child lives, a written notice stating:
a) that the child has been classified as dominant in a language other than English and of limited English proficiency,
b) the language in which the child is dominant, and
c) that the board of education intends to place the child in a required program of bilingual education. This notification shall be mailed or delivered to the parent, guardian or other person with whom the child lives at least sixty (60) days before a child is placed in a required program of bilingual education. If the circumstances of a particular case dictate a shorter period of time, reasonable notification shall be provided as indicated herein.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-17h-7
Effective November 1, 1977

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