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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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When Will It Ever End? (Yes, Even More Newer Guidance on the Wearing of Masks In Connecticut’s Schools.)
COVID Mask in School
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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LATEST DEVELOPMENTS FROM THE CONNECTICUT GENERAL ASSEMBLY: MARCH 1ST PUBLIC HEARING (REGIONALIZATION AND CONSOLIDATION)
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COACH DOES NOT HAVE THE RIGHT TO PRAY ON THE 50 YARD LINE AFTER THE GAME – LESSONS FROM THE NINTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS
Liability for field trips: Munn v. Hotchkiss and ticks, Costa v. Plainville and basketball, and are there really any new obligations for public schools?
Violation of Stay-Put Provisions Under the IDEA Can Be Costly
Social Media and Student Discipline - Where Are We?
Public Act 16-67 - Are Your Background-Check Practices Compliant?
United States Supreme Court Defines Standard For Special Education: Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District RE-1
A Kindergarten Student and Her Dog Named Wonder: What Rights Do Students Have To Service Animals In The Classroom?
Undocumented Immigrants, The Schools And The Obligations To Cooperate With “ICE”
Pullman & Comley's Third Annual Statewide School Law Seminar - March 3, 2017
A Cadillac, A Serviceable Chevrolet Or Something In Between: The Supreme Court Is Poised To Redefine The Standard Of Education That Must Be Provided To Special Education Students
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?
Pullman & Comley's 2016-17 Superintendents' Legal Issues Forum - Session Two Recap
I Meant What I Said: Transgender Student Rights In Connecticut In The Face Of The Latest Federal Court Developments
Get Ready for the Changing Landscape of Expulsions
Foliage, Frost, Frozen Ponds and The FOIA (Part Three): Trying To Do The Right Thing Is A Good Thing Under The FOIA
Transgender Student Issues - The Feds Speak, But Is It Really News In Connecticut?
ESSA, Sexual Misconduct, and “Passing the Trash”
Something for Board Policy Committees to Consider
Doe v. Wolcott: Child Abuse Mandated Reporters and School District Liability
Does Your School District’s Job Application Properly Address Criminal History?
New Board Members’ Homework

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