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The Latest on the End of Statewide Mask and Vaccination Mandates in Connecticut Schools
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The Latest on Masks in Connecticut Schools: The Legislature Begins to Act
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Decision Time: What Does the End of Statewide Mask and Vaccination Mandates Really Mean for Connecticut Schools?
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More Pandemic-Era Meeting Issues: Practical Concerns and Pointers
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The FOIA and the Pandemic: New (temporary?) Provisions on "Remote" and "Hybrid" Meetings for Public Agencies
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The COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Connecticut School Employees - The Latest “Implementation” Guidance
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The COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Connecticut School Employees - The Latest Guidance
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Governor Lamont Orders Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccinations For Most School Employees and Contractors
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So, What About Masks in Connecticut’s Schools? The Latest (and My Best Surmises)
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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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Now They Are Finally Finished: Developments from the 2021 Regular and Special Sessions of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting Employers (Updated July 22, 2021)
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Federal Court Upholds Indiana University’s Mandatory Student Vaccination Policy
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THE END OF THE RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION TO IMMUNIZATIONS FOR STUDENTS IN CONNECTICUT SCHOOLS?
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Not Quite Out of the Woods Yet: The Latest on COVID-19 Issues and Connecticut Schools
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COVID-19 Testing and (Eventually/Hopefully) Vaccines: What Can the Schools Require?
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“Over the River and Through the Woods” in 2020? Travel During Thanksgiving, Quarantining, and COVID-19 Testing (and What Connecticut Schools Can Do)
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What to Do and When to Do It: The Latest Guidance for Connecticut’s Schools on COVID-19 and Switching Away From (or to) In-Person Learning
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COVID-19 and Remote (and "Hybrid”) Meetings: The Latest in Light of Executive Order 9H
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OCR Makes Clear That COVID-19 Does Not Alter School Districts’ Obligations Under the New Title IX Regulations
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Even More on The Wearing Of Masks In Connecticut’s Schools: Updated Pre-School Guidance (and Lawsuits)
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When Will It Ever End? (Yes, Even More Newer Guidance on the Wearing of Masks In Connecticut’s Schools.)
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(Even More) New Guidance on the Wearing of Masks in Connecticut Schools
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No Longer Taken at Face Value: Executive Order 7NNN and the New Requirement for Medical Documentation from Non-Mask Wearers (and What It Means To Connecticut’s Schools)
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Reopening Connecticut’s Schools (Objectively But With Flexibility): The Latest State Guidance
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Reopening Connecticut Schools: The Latest CDC Guidance (and What’s Next)
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ICED OUT: Harvard and MIT Lawsuit Challenges Trump Administration's New Dictates for International Students
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Join us for our July 10 Webinar: Returning to Class in the Fall: How Can Connecticut's Public Schools Adapt?
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School Reopening and Labor and Employment Matters
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Summer School in Connecticut in 2020: An Answer from the State?
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What Happens on September 9, 2020 When the Executive Orders All Expire?
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Virtually Summer: Extended-School-Year Services in the Age of Coronavirus
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It's the Same, Only Really, Really Different: Reopening Connecticut's Colleges, Universities, and Boarding Schools
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U.S. Department of Education Clarifies That Video Recording Virtual Lessons and Making Them Available to Students Does Not Violate FERPA and Provides Other Advice on FERPA Compliance in the Age of Virtual Learning
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Dispelling the Myth: Yes Virginia, You Can Use Interactive Videoconferencing with Students as Part of Distance Learning
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Teach On! Remote Group Instruction, Student Privacy, and FERPA in the Age of the Coronavirus
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"How About Never!?" - COVID-19, School Closures, and Planning and Placement Team Meetings
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OCR Issues Guidance on Nondiscrimination in the Age of Distance Learning
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Complying with FERPA During COVID-19
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How to Implement Distance Learning and Still Comply with Existing State and Federal Laws
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Addressing Your Labor Matters While Closing Your District Due to COVID-19
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Governor Lamont's Executive Order and the FOIA's "Open Meetings" Requirements
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Special Education in the Age of the Coronavirus
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What If Your District Shuts Down and Cannot Meet the 180 School Day Minimum for Instruction?
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