Monday, June 13, 2011

Connecticut adopts wide range of education laws

CT Post (Hartford, CT) June 10, 2011

"Connecticut students will get more protections against online bullies, the chance to earn credits by mastering American Sign Language and the right to pay in-state college tuition even if they are undocumented immigrants under newly adopted state laws.
But public teachers' evaluation methods, the wide age range in Connecticut kindergarten classes and the state's cost-sharing method for helping public schools won't change anytime soon. Nor will Connecticut enact its school curriculum reforms until 2016, though it's offering help to districts who want to start the reforms early." Read More

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