As used in this part 4, unless the context otherwise requires:
(1) “Approved facility school” means an educational program that is operated by a facility to provide educational
services to students placed in the facility and that, pursuant to section 22-2-407(2), has been placed on the list of facility schools that are approved to receive reimbursement
for providing educational services to students placed in a facility.
(3) “Facility” means a day treatment center, residential child care facility, or other facility
licensed by the department of human services pursuant to section 26-6-104, C.R.S., or a hospital licensed by the department of public health and environment pursuant
to section 25-1.5-103, C.R.S.
(3.3) “Facility student”, as used in section 22-2-407.5, means a student who is in an approved facility school, eligible facility school,
or school district setting, and who is receiving or requires specialized services,
and whose educational needs may be beyond the delivery capacity of the student's current
(3.8) “Model” means the sustainable educational continuum designed to meet the educational needs
of facility students in the target population as defined by the work group pursuant
to section 22-2-407.5.
(4) “Placed in a facility” means a student is in a facility due to:
(a) A court order or other action by a public entity in Colorado; or
(b) The student's determination, if the student is a homeless child as defined in
(5) “School district” means a school district organized and existing pursuant to law but does not include
a local college district.
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