Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-226e-1 - Definitions

Current through March 4, 2022

As used in sections 10-226e-1 to 10-226e-8, inclusive, of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies:

(1) "Pupil" means an individual for whom instruction is provided in a public elementary and secondary school under the jurisdiction of a local or regional board of education.
(2) "School" means any public elementary or secondary school under the jurisdiction of a local or regional board of education, excluding a unique school.
(3) "Board of education" means the board of education of a local or regional school district.
(4) "Grade" means that portion of a school program which represents the work of one regular school term, identified either as kindergarten, grade one, grade two, etc., or in an ungraded school program, identified on the basis of educational need.
(5) "School district" means a school system under the jurisdiction of a local or regional board of education.
(6) "Jurisdiction" means the authority granted local and regional boards of education by statute to exercise control and supervision of pupils, schools and school districts.
(7) "Plan" means that document submitted by a board of education in compliance with Section 10-226c of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(8) "Racial minorities" means those groups listed under subsection (b) of Section 10-226a of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(9) "Diverse school" means a school, within a school district having a minority school population of fifty percent or more; which school has a minority population of at least twenty-five percent, but less than seventy five percent.
(10) "Unique school" means an interdistrict or intradistrict magnet, local or state charter, lighthouse, regional vocational agriculture, regional vocational-technical, alternative, or special education school or other school designated by the Commissioner which offers specialized programs or provides for the voluntary enrollment of students.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-226e-1
Effective April 1, 1980; Amended November 29, 1999

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