Connecticut General Statutes Title 52. Civil Actions § 52-577. Action founded upon a tort

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No action founded upon a tort shall be brought but within three years from the date of the act or omission complained of.

(1) In this section, “course” means study which has the fundamental purposes of developing the knowledge, concepts, and skills in a subject.

(2) In addition to the standards for admission under ss. 118.14, 118.145(1), and 120.12(25), the school board of a district shall determine the minimum standards for admission to a course offered by the school district in grades kindergarten through 8.

(2m) A school board shall allow a pupil enrolled in a home-based private educational program who has not met the minimum standards for admission into high school under s. 118.145(1) to attend up to 2 courses at a public school in the district during each school semester if the school board determines that the pupil qualifies for admission to those courses and if there is sufficient space in the classroom.

(3) A school board shall allow a pupil enrolled in a home-based private educational program, who has met the standards for admission under sub. (2), to attend up to 2 courses at a public school in the district during each school semester if the school board determines that there is sufficient space in the classroom.

(4) A pupil enrolled in a home-based private educational program and attending a public school under this section may attend one course in each of 2 school districts, but may not attend more than 2 courses in any semester.

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