Current through Register Vol. 49, No. 11, November 20, 2023
Section CXV-913 - Class Size and RatiosA. The maximum enrollment in a class or section in grades K-3 shall be 26 students and in grades 4-12, 33 students, except in certain activity types of classes in which the teaching approach and the materials and equipment are appropriate for large groups.B. No teachers at the secondary level shall instruct more than 750 student hours per week, except those who teach the activity classes. 1. When a number of staff members are involved in a cooperative teaching project, the amount of each person's involved time may be counted in computing the individual teacher's load.C. The maximum class size for health and physical education in grades K-8 and in physical education I and II shall be 40. No class may be combined with physical education I or II if the total number of students taught is more than 40.D. The system-wide, student classroom teacher ratio in grades K-3 shall be a maximum of 20 students to one classroom teacher. 1. An LEA may request a waiver of this requirement from the state superintendent of education provided that the teacher has demonstrated effectiveness as defined by BESE in Bulletin 130-Regulations for the Evaluation and Assessment of School Personnel.
NOTE: Refer to Bulletin 1706-Regulations for Implementation of the Children with Exceptionalities Act for pupil/teacher ratios for special education.
La. Admin. Code tit. 28, § CXV-913Promulgated by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, LR 31:1272 (June 2005), amended LR 39:2205 (August 2013).AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 17: 151 and R.S. 17:174.