Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-65-6 - Admission and retention

Current through March 4, 2022

Admission and retention policies for vocational agriculture programs at the secondary school level.

(a) Applicants shall have successfully completed at least the eighth grade for ninth grade admission. (Students may apply for transfer into the program beyond ninth grade. Admittance shall be determined on an individual basis.)
(b) Applicants shall indicate an interest in agriculture as a career and shall agree to participate in a supervised, occupational experience program.
(c) The vocational agriculture staff shall have the responsibility to recommend students for acceptance into the vocational agriculture program.
(d) Any student denied admission to a program of vocational agriculture or who is about to be dismissed from such a program shall be given an opportunity to request an informal review of his/her case before a Review Committee at a Regional Vocational Agriculture Center.

The Review Committee shall be composed of at least, but not limited to the following representation: a member of the vocational agriculture staff, an administrator from the school where the vocational agriculture program operates, a member of the operating board of education or their administrative representative, a member of the sending board of education or their administrative representative and a member of the regional vocational agriculture consulting committee. Such student may make a request in writing, to the proper vocational agriculture center, addressed to the administrator responsible for such center, for a review of his or her case.

Any such request shall be made within 15 days of such action. The said committee shall conduct such review within 20 days of receipt of such request. The committee through the operating board of education shall within 10 days of such review, notify, in writing, the student, and the sending board of education of its decision. This decision shall be final and binding upon all parties.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-65-6
Effective August 21, 1978

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