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§ 58056. Immediate Supervision and Control.

5 CA ADC § 58056BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 5. Education
Division 6. California Community Colleges
Chapter 9. Fiscal Support
Subchapter 1. Attendance
Article 5. Attendance Accounting Standards
5 CCR § 58056
§ 58056. Immediate Supervision and Control.
(a) Subdivision (a)(1) of section 58051 requires, as a condition for claiming attendance for apportionment purposes, the immediate supervision and control of an academic employee authorized to render service in a capacity and during the period in which he or she served. Immediate supervision and control requires the presence of the authorized employee. More specifically, immediate supervision or presence is characterized by all of the following:
(1) The authorized employee is able, in terms of physical proximity and range of communication, to provide immediate instructional supervision and control; and
(2) The authorized employee is in a position to provide the supervision and control necessary for the protection of the health and safety of students; and
(3) The authorized employee is not to have any other assigned duty during the instructional activity for which attendance is being claimed. The criteria specified above are to be applied in recognition of the fact that the need for immediate supervision will vary according to the course being offered, as well as with the design or mode of instruction of such course or program.
(b) Under the following limited circumstances, attendance of students enrolled in a course or program which does not meet the requirements of subdivision (a) shall qualify for apportionment purposes if:
(1) The course or program is approved and being conducted as distance education in accordance with article 1 (commencing with section 55200) of subchapter 3 of chapter 6; or
(2) The course or program is approved and being conducted as independent study in accordance with subchapter 4 (commencing with section 55300) of chapter 6; or
(3) The course or program is approved and being conducted as work experience education in accordance with article 4 (commencing with section 55250) of subchapter 3 of chapter 6 of this part; or
(4) The course or program is approved and is being conducted as health sciences education in accordance with section 58055(a).
(c) Attendance generated solely under an instructional assistant or aide does not qualify for apportionment. In addition, instructional aides shall not be used to increase the number of students in relation to the number of classroom instructors in the district. However, attendance may qualify for apportionment under the following limited circumstances:
(1) The assistant or aide functions under the exclusive direction of the authorized employee assigned to that educational activity, and not independently; and
(2) The assistant or aide performs only those duties specifically authorized by law, including, but not limited to, sections 88240-88249 of the Education Code; and,
(3) The authorized employee is able, in terms of physical proximity and range of communication, to provide necessary supervision and control of students, so that by working in conjunction with the assistant or aide, the requirements of subsection (a) of this section are met.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 66700, 70901 and 84500, Education Code. Reference: Sections 70901 and 84500, Education Code.
HISTORY
1. Amendment filed 10-25-91; operative 11-24-91 (Register 92, No. 9).
2. Amendment of subsections (b)(1) and (b)(3) filed 5-16-2008; operative 6-15-2008. Submitted to OAL for printing only pursuant to Education Code section 70901.5 (Register 2008, No. 21).
This database is current through 11/23/18 Register 2018, No. 47
5 CCR § 58056, 5 CA ADC § 58056
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