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Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Education Committee Has Spoken (Part Three - Even More Bills)
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Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Education Committee Has Spoken (Part Two: Funding-Related Bills)
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Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Education Committee Has Spoken (Part One)
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The Latest on the End of Statewide Mask and Vaccination Mandates in Connecticut Schools
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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 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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So, What About Masks in Connecticut’s Schools? The Latest (and My Best Surmises)
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Native American Mascots: An Emerging Legal Landscape - Part Three
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Executive Order 10 Requires Public Schools to Continue Paid Leave Under the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act
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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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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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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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Join us for our July 10 Webinar: Returning to Class in the Fall: How Can Connecticut's Public Schools Adapt?
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Federal District Court Rules That Special Education Students Who Have Not Received a High School Diploma Continue to be Eligible to Receive Special Education Until Age 22
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Summer School in Connecticut in 2020: An Answer from the State?
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Virtually Summer: Extended-School-Year Services in the Age of Coronavirus
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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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What If Your District Shuts Down and Cannot Meet the 180 School Day Minimum for Instruction?
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Student E-Mails, FERPA and FOIA: What School Districts Must Disclose (and When)?
United States Department Of Education Issues Letter Guidance Regarding Private Evaluator’s Access To Classrooms For Student Observation
2017 LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY (PART TWO): THE BUDGET “IMPLEMENTER” AND ITS EFFECT ON CONNECTICUT’S SCHOOLS AND PUBLIC EMPLOYERS.
A NEW YEAR AND NEW FINAL STANDARDS FOR EXPULSIONS AND ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION
HOW DOES LAST BEST OFFER INTEREST ARBITRATION WORK WHEN THE STATE HAS NOT ADOPTED ITS BUDGET?
STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PROVIDES PROPOSED FINAL DRAFT OF GUIDELINES FOR EXPULSIONS AND ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION (Part 2)
Make Sure Your Mandatory Reporting Policies And Trainings Are Up To Date
The Aftermath: Developments From The 2017 Regular Session of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting Schools
Public Act 16-67 - Are Your Background-Check Practices Compliant?
Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Education Committee Has Spoken
Undocumented Immigrants, The Schools And The Obligations To Cooperate With “ICE”
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
Foliage, Frost, Frozen Ponds and The FOIA: More Interesting Cases From The FOIC (Part One)
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?
Pullman & Comley's Second Annual Statewide Education Law Conference - February 26, 2016
Does One Wrong Equal No Rights? Connecticut Lets Its Surrogate Parents' Contracts Lapse
Latest Developments From The Connecticut General Assembly: The Education Committee Passes More Bills
Common Core Redux: Is There a Solution To The “Opt Out” Debate?
Connecticut's U.S. Attorney to Focus on Discrimination in Schools
How Will The State Department of Education’s New Charter School Oversight Policies Be Implemented?
Connecticut State Department of Education Due Process Hearing Decisions for the 2013 Calendar Year: A Summary
Common Core Testing Opt-Out…..Is it Legal?
A Sneak Peak at the State Department of Education’s Legislative Proposals

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