Developments from the 2023 Session of the Connecticut General Assembly Affecting Public Schools
2023 general assembly updates - schools

The 2023 Regular Session of the Connecticut General Assembly concluded on June 7, 2023.  You can read a brief description of acts that were passed by the General Assembly that may be of interest to Connecticut’s K-12 schools via the link below.  This year’s session featured important changes to existing law in the areas of school climate, teacher evaluation, multilingual education, SRO agreements, staff training requirements, Title IX and special education among other topics. 

Read the full "Developments from the 2023 Session of the Connecticut General Assembly Affecting Public Schools" description here.

As always, please feel free to reach out to any of the attorneys in our School Law practice if you have questions regarding a particular piece of legislation.

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