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Developments from the 2022 Session of the Connecticut General Assembly Affecting Public Schools
school updates
Can Your Board Legally Censure a Rogue Board Member Without Violating the First Amendment?  Absolutely Says Unanimous U.S. Supreme Court
First Amendment
March 24 Webinar:  Updates on Title IX and School Expulsions
remote webinar
Breaking . . . Governor Lamont’s New Executive Order # 13A Permits Municipal Leaders to Issue Emergency Orders Requiring Masking in Indoor Settings Regardless of Vaccination Status
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Native American Mascots: An Emerging Legal Landscape - Part Three
School sports
Native American Mascots: An Emerging Legal Landscape - Part Two
School sports
Native American Mascots: An Emerging Legal Landscape - Part One
School sports
Join us for our July 10 Webinar: Returning to Class in the Fall: How Can Connecticut's Public Schools Adapt?
COVID School
The Woodbridge Teachers’ Arbitration Award – First Interest Arbitration Award of the 2019-20 Teachers’ Negotiation Season
KIPP Academy and the NLRB. What Will a Ruling Mean for Connecticut’s Charter Schools?
BREAKING….SUPREME COURT ISSUES DECISION IN JANUS V. AFSCME CO. 31 – AGENCY SHOP DEEMED UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND AGENCY FEES MAY NOT BE CONTINUALLY DEDUCTED WITHOUT AFFIRMATIVE EMPLOYEE CONSENT
CHANGES TO STUDENT DATA PRIVACY ACT ENACTED: IS YOUR DISTRICT READY FOR JULY 1, 2018?
BREAKING….CONNECTICUT SUPREME COURT ISSUES CCJEF DECISION
AN EARLY HALLOWEEN TRICK FOR CONNECTICUT’S PUBLIC-SECTOR LABOR UNIONS: WILL JANUS V. AFSCME, CO. 31 BE THE END OF THE AGENCY SHOP?
Public Act 16-67 - Are Your Background-Check Practices Compliant?
Homework for 2017 – Making Sure Your District’s Wellness Policy is Up to Date!
Trump and Transgender Student Rights -- An Early Decision For The President-Elect In Gloucester County School Board v. G.G.?
G.G. v. Gloucester County School Board – A Tipping Point on Transgender Student Access Issues?
Attorneys McKeon and Schurin Address Connecticut Association of Independent Schools on Transgender Student Issues
Website Posting Requirements - Make Sure Your District’s Website Is Legally Compliant
Deliberate Indifference to Bullying Can Amount to Massive Liability – Lessons from the Pine Bush Settlement
City of Waterbury v. Connecticut Alliance of City Police -- A New Standard of Impartiality for Arbitrators in Interest Arbitrations?
Deleted E-Mails? What Happens to the CCJEF Litigation Now?
2014 Legislative Update
How Will The State Department of Education’s New Charter School Oversight Policies Be Implemented?
School Paraprofessionals Will Now Be Eligible For FMLA Leave Once They Have Worked 950 Hours After May 12, 2014
General Assembly Passes Campus Sexual Assault Bill
Regulation Review Committee Ready To Consider New Paraprofessional FMLA Regulations
Transgender Students and Communal School Bathrooms: Doe V. Regional School Unit 26
Please Join Us At Pullman & Comley’s April 3rd “Strengthening Your Business With LGBT Diversity” Panel Discussion
Common Core Testing Opt-Out…..Is it Legal?
A Sneak Peak at the State Department of Education’s Legislative Proposals
State’s Motion to Dismiss CCJEF Case Denied
General Assembly Resolves Pre-School Magnet School Tuition Issue

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