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THE END OF THE RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION TO IMMUNIZATIONS FOR STUDENTS IN CONNECTICUT SCHOOLS?
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What Happens on September 9, 2020 When the Executive Orders All Expire?
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Make Sure Your Mandatory Reporting Policies And Trainings Are Up To Date
IDEA Exhaustion is Alive and Well: Applying Fry in Graham v. Friedlander
The Aftermath: Developments From The 2017 Regular Session of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting Schools
CHRO - A New Horizon For Students With Disabilities?
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Education Committee Has Spoken
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Education Committee Begins to Speak
A Kindergarten Student and Her Dog Named Wonder: What Rights Do Students Have To Service Animals In The Classroom?
Pullman & Comley's Third Annual Statewide School Law Seminar - March 3, 2017
Homework for 2017 – Making Sure Your District’s Wellness Policy is Up to Date!
They're Back! What Can Schools Expect from the 2017 General Assembly Session?
I Meant What I Said: Transgender Student Rights In Connecticut In The Face Of The Latest Federal Court Developments
Don't Picture This: The FOIA And The Use Of Smartphones As A Substitute For Paying For Copies
Post-Friedrichs, The Agency Fee Ground Is Still Shaking Mightily, But For A Different Reason
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Education Committee Speaks
So You Need A New Board Member: Legal Concerns When Filling Vacancies
What Can Schools Expect from the 2016 Connecticut General Assembly Session?
Are You Training Your Teachers on Trauma-Informed Practices?
Pullman & Comley's Second Annual Statewide Education Law Conference - February 26, 2016
Attorneys Are Not So Special After All: The FOIA and the Need for Specific Agenda Items
Website Posting Requirements - Make Sure Your District’s Website Is Legally Compliant
Have You Posted Your “No Vaping” Signs?
Property Tax Exemption for Residential Properties Revoked for Many Connecticut Colleges and Universities
Disciplinary Investigations of Employees - Three Names to Know
The Aftermath: Developments From The 2015 Session of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting Schools
Latest Developments From The Connecticut General Assembly: The Education Committee Completes its Work
Latest Developments From The Connecticut General Assembly: March 19 Public Hearing
Common Core Redux: Is There a Solution To The “Opt Out” Debate?
Declaratory Ruling Permits School Districts to Use Electronic Signs to Post Time, Date and Location of Referendum
What Can Schools Expect from this Connecticut General Assembly Session?
Last Best Offer Teacher Arbitration Hearings Can Take Place In Private, Says the Connecticut Supreme Court
Student Injury Case: Did the Governmental Immunity Defense Just Get Weaker?
The Obligation to Make Reports to DCF and Unemployment Compensation: Another Penalty For Failing to Notify DCF
Something for Board Policy Committees to Consider
2014 Legislative Update
Just The Facts: Charter Schools (and Cutting Through Some Myths and Hot Air)
Not My Brother's Keeper: Varley v. Regional School District No. 4 and A School District's Responsibility For "Free Speech" Claims Involving a Vendor
Doe v. Wolcott: Child Abuse Mandated Reporters and School District Liability
How Many Committees Are Public Schools Required to Have?
New Laws Affecting Schools: Highlights of the 2014 Session of the Connecticut General Assembly
A Reprieve To Mandatory Implementation Of The Uniform School Calendar
General Assembly Passes Campus Sexual Assault Bill
LATEST DEVELOPMENTS FROM THE CONNECTICUT GENERAL ASSEMBLY: The Education Committee Speaks
Non-Tenured Teacher Non-Renewal – Notices Due By May 1
Latest Developments From The Connecticut General Assembly
School District's Refusal to Release Bullying Investigation Report Upheld
Students and Electronic Cigarettes: Implications of Governor Malloy’s Proposed Legislation
A Sneak Peak at the State Department of Education’s Legislative Proposals

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