Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-4b-10 - Action by board

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) No failure or inability. If the Board determines that the board of education has not failed or is not unable to make reasonable provision to implement the educational interests of the state, the Board shall so state its findings in writing to the parties.
(b) Failure or inability. If the Board finds that the board of education has failed or is unable to make reasonable provision to implement the educational interests of the state, the Board shall:
(1) Require that the board of education engage in a remedial process to develop and implement a plan of action through which compliance may be attained. Upon request of the board of education, the Board shall advise and assist the board of education in such remedial process. The plan shall include, but not be limited, to, the following:
(A) A statement of the specific steps that will be undertaken to remedy the failure or inability;
(B) A detailed time-table of the expected dates for compliance with each step described in the plan of action; and
(C) An evaluation process to determine achievement of each step described in the plan of action which shall include, but not be limited to, a schedule of periodic reports to the Board as to the progress of the board of education in meeting the requirements of the plan; or
(2) Order the local or regional board to take reasonable steps to implement the mandates of Section 10-4a(3) of the General Statutes where it is found that such local or regional board has failed to comply with those mandates.
(c) Local governmental body or its agent responsible. If the Board finds that a local governmental body or its agent is responsible for such failure or inability of the board of education to make reasonable provision to implement the educational interests of the state, the Board may order, in accordance with Subsection (b) of Section 10-4b of the General Statutes as amended by Section 14 of Public Act 79-128, such governmental body or its agent to take reasonable steps to comply with the provisions of Section 10-4a of the General Statutes, as amended by Section 10 of Public Act 79-128.
(d) State responsible. If the Board finds that the state is responsible for the failure or inability of the board of education to make reasonable provision to implement the educational interests of the state, the Board shall so notify the Governor and the General Assembly.
(e) Time period for compliance. For purposes of this section, the Board shall determine a time period for compliance with the requirement or order of the Board. A board of education or a local governmental body or its agent may request, in writing, that the Board, for due and sufficient cause, grant an extension of the time period for compliance and the Board may, thereafter, grant such extension.
(f) Termination. Upon compliance with the requirement or order of the Board, a board of education or a local governmental body or its agent may request a determination by the Board that such requirement or order be terminated.

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

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