Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-4b-1 - Definitions

Current through March 4, 2022

For the purposes of these regulations:

(a) "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of Education;
(b) "Complaint" means a written document which complies with the requirements of Section 10-4b-3 of these regulations;
(c) "Substantial complaint" means a complaint that sets forth basic facts which state a cause of action concerning an alleged violation of the educational interests of the state;
(d) "Educational interests of the state" means those defined in Section 10-4a of the General Statutes as amended by Section 10 of Public Act 79-128;
(e) "Board" means the State Board of Education;
(f) "Board of education" means a local or regional board of education;
(g) "Complainant" means the individual(s) or the Board alleging in a complaint that a board of education has failed or is unable to implement the educational interests of the state;
(h) "Respondent" means
(1) the board of education against which a complaint has been filed; and
(2) a local governmental body upon the finding by the Board pursuant to Section 10-4b-8 of these regulations that there is reasonable cause to believe that a local governmental body or its agent may be responsible for the failure or inability of a board of education;
(i) "Parties" means
(1) the complainant;
(2) the respondent; and
(3) the Commissioner upon the finding by the Board pursuant to Section 10-4b-8 of these regulations that there is reasonable cause to believe that a board of education has failed or is unable to make reasonable provisions to implement the educational interests of the state;
(j) "Response" means a written reply by a respondent to a substantial complaint;
(k) "Days" means business days, which shall include all days of the week except Saturday, Sunday, and legal holidays defined pursuant to Section 1-4 of the General Statutes;
(l) "Completion of the inquiry" means the close of evidence;
(m) "Remedial Process" means a planned and systematic good faith effort by a board of education through which compliance with a finding of failure or inability to implement the educational interests of the state may be attained; and
(n) "Eligible person" means a resident, 18 years of age or over, of a local or regional school district, or a parent or guardian of a student enrolled in the public schools.

Notes

Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-4b-1
Effective April 7, 1980

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