Topic: Board of Education

Website Posting Requirements – Make Sure Your District’s Website Is Legally Compliant

The October 2015 edition of The CABE Journal features an article written by attorneys Zachary D. Schurin and Michael P. McKeon entitled “Board Members’ Homework Assignment: Make Sure Your District’s Website is Legally Compliant” that gives an overview of board of education and charter school website postings mandated by state law. The article is available…

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Upcoming Presentations on LGBT Issues

Our friends at the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education [“CABE”], the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents [“CAPSS”] and the Connecticut Association of Schools  [“CAS’]  are sponsoring a program on issues facing LGBT students in our schools, and how schools may best address these issues and provide a supportive environment while complying with various…

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The FOIA, Charter Schools and “Charter Management Organizations:” The FOIC and the Legislature (Sort Of) Speak

As noted previously, the intersection between Connecticut’s Freedom of Information Act [“FOIA”] and charter schools has been the source of much noise. Notwithstanding some shrill voices, charter schools have always been subject to the FOIA.  The lingering issue has been whether “charter school management organizations” (e.g., entities some charter schools contract with for educational design, implementation,…

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