Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-8a-6 - State board of education action

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) When a facility meets the exemption criteria, the State Board of Education shall issue a Certificate of Exemption stating the duration of that exemption. Such status shall permit a facility to be exempt from the requirements of Sections 17-48 and 17-51 of the General Statutes for the stated period of time. Upon receipt of a Certificate of Exemption, the facility shall display clearly the certificate in location visible to students and the public. The certificate shall be non-transferable.
(b) When a facility has failed to meet the exemption criteria but such failure is not due to a serious deficiency, the State Board of Education may issue a Certificate of Conditional Exemption. Such status permits a facility to be exempt from the requirements of Sections 17-48 and 17-51 of the General Statutes for a specified period of time within which the noted deficiency or deficiencies shall be corrected. Within thirty days of the issuance of a Certificate of Conditional Exemption, a corrective plan shall be developed by the facility and submitted to the Commissioner. If approved by the Commissioner a timetable shall be established for implementing the corrective plan, a date set on which an on-site evaluation shall occur, and a date set by which time the application for a Certificate of Exemption shall be considered. In no case shall a Certificate of Conditional Exemption extend beyond six months.
(c) When a facility has failed to meet the exemption criteria and such failure is due to a serious deficiency or deficiencies, the State Board of Education shall deny the application for a Certificate of Exemption. Upon denial said facility shall not be exempt from the requirements of Sections 17-48 and 17-51 of the General Statutes.
(d) In the event of denial or conditional exemption, written notice shall be forwarded to the facility within ten days and shall include the reasons therefor. Said facility may request in writing a hearing by the State Board of Education pursuant to Chapter 54 of the General Statutes.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-8a-6
Effective September 1, 1982

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