Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-4b-8 - Reasonable cause

Current through March 4, 2022

Board action. Following receipt of a report from the Commissioner, the Board shall act at the first regularly scheduled Board meeting following submission of said report to the Board, provided that the Board may postpone said action until no later than the second regularly scheduled meeting following submission of said report to the Board if the report was not submitted to the Board on or before the eighth (8th) day prior to the first such regularly scheduled Board meeting. The Board shall:

(1) Dismiss the complaint if the Board determines that the findings indicate that there is no 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 and indicate the reasons therefore; or
(2) Order an inquiry if the findings indicate 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 or that a local governmental body or its agent may be responsible for such failure or inability.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-4b-8
Effective April 7, 1980

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