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2014-R-0257 COMPARISON OF CHARTER, MAGNET, AGRICULTURE SCIENCE CENTERS, AND TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOLS(pdf)
2014-R-0245 HIGHER EDUCATION TRANSPARENCY SYSTEMS(pdf)
2014-R-0244 BILLS AND POLICIES TO PROTECT STUDENT INFORMATION FROM USE BY PRIVATE EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES(pdf)
2014-R-0228 UNIVERSITY SUPPORT FROM INSTITIUTIONALLY RELATED FOUNDATIONS(pdf)
2014-R-0220 REQUIRED DATA IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL INFORMATION SYSTEM(pdf)
2014-R-0241 SCHOOL BUS DRIVER LICENSING AND DUI SUSPENSIONS(pdf)
2014-R-0218 COMPARISION OF CHARTER, MAGNET, AND INNOVATION SCHOOLS(pdf)
2014-R-0209 RETURN TO LEARN(pdf)
2014-R-0153 ACTS AFFECTING EDUCATION(pdf)
2014-R-0153 ACTS AFFECTING EDUCATION(pdf)
2014-R-0163 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND SCHOOL SAFETY LEGISLATION, 2013 AND 2014(pdf)
2014-R-0142 PRIVATE SCHOOL ATHLETIC COACH CONCUSSION TRAINING(pdf)
2014-R-0144 BUSING PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOL STUDENTS(pdf)
2014-R-0127 FERPA, RECENT CHANGES IN FEDERAL REGULATIONS, AND STATE COMPLIANCE(pdf)
2014-R-0103 MEMORANDA OF UNDERSTANDING AND SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS(pdf)
2014-R-0058 STATUS OF DYSLEXIA UNDER SPECIAL EDUCATION LAWS(pdf)
2014-R-0048 DRUG TESTING IN THE WORKPLACE AND IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS(pdf)
2014-R-0035 SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS(pdf)
2014-R-0028 SUMMARY OF NEW SHEFF AGREEMENT(pdf)
2013-R-0477 MASSACHUSETTS’S SPECIAL EDUCATION REIMBURSEMENT(pdf)
2013-R-0471 OTHER STATES' POSTSECONDARY EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR FORMER FOSTER CHILDREN(pdf)
2013-R-0467 SUMMARY OF RHODE ISLAND'S LINDSAY ANN BURKE ACT(pdf)
2013-R-0455 KINDERGARTEN PROGRAMS IN CONNECTICUT(pdf)
2013-R-0452 COMPARISION OF YOUTH APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS IN CONNECTICUT AND NEW YORK(pdf)
2013-R-0444 NON-AFFILIATED CAMPUS POLICE IN OTHER STATES(pdf)
2013-R-0411 STATE AND FEDERAL SCHOOL SECURITY GRANTS(pdf)
2013-R-0409 NOTIFICATION TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS WHEN A TEACHER IS ARRESTED(pdf)
2013-R-0404 STATE FINANCIAL AID AND LOAN REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAMS(pdf)
2013-R-0396 PROGRAMS PROMOTING SAFE TRAVEL TO SCHOOL(pdf)
2013-R-0362 POWERS OF THE WINDHAM SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL MASTER UNDER PA 11-61(pdf)
2013-R-0356 STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION CONSULTANTS(pdf)
2013-R-0354 WEAPONS IN SCHOOLS(pdf)
2013-R-0344 OLR BACKGROUNDER: COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS(pdf)
2013-R-0305 ACTS AFFECTING EDUCATION(pdf)
2013-R-0299 OREGON’S “PAY FORWARD, PAY BACK” PROPOSAL(pdf)
2013-R-0294 EDUCATION MANDATES ON SCHOOL DISTRICTS(pdf)
2013-R-0283 SUSPECTED CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE REPORTING BY THE STATE’S COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES(pdf)
2013-R-0254 OLR BACKGROUNDER: BRINGING HIGH-SPEED INTERNET TO THE CLASSROOM(pdf)
2013-R-0204 COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS UNDER ยง 10-158a(pdf)
2013-R-0192 GUN-FREE SCHOOL ZONES(pdf)
2013-R-0164 NEW SCHOOL DISTRICT SECURITY MEASURES(pdf)
2013-R-0119 SCHOOL SECURITY IN ISRAEL(pdf)
2013-R-0104 PANIC SYSTEM AND OTHER SECURITY MANDATES FOR SCHOOLS IN OTHER STATES(pdf)
2013-R-0089 DUTY OF MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS TO WARN OF POTENTIALLY VIOLENT CONDUCT BY PATIENTS(pdf)
2013-R-0081 CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES(pdf)
2013-R-0077 CONNECTICUT SCHOOL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS AND GRANTS(pdf)
2013-R-0064 TASK FORCE TO STUDY STATE EDUCATION FUNDING(pdf)
2013-R-0047 EDUCATION MANDATES ON LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS(pdf)
2013-R-0044 ARMED SCHOOL SECURITY(pdf)
2013-R-0012 LAWS ADDRESSING STUDENT CYBERBULLYING OF TEACHERS(pdf)
2012-R-0519 2012 EARLY LITERACY LEGISLATION(pdf)
2012-R-0504 OLR BACKGROUNDER: FUNDING FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE PROGRAMS(pdf)
2012-R-0500 DECISION BARRING THE STATE FROM MANDATING SCHOOL DISTRICTS PAY TUITION FOR PRESCHOOL STUDENTS WHO ATTEND INTERDISTRICT MAGNET SCHOOLS(pdf)
2012-R-0487 FLORIDA’S DUAL ENROLLMENT PROGRAM(pdf)
2012-R-0486 FLORIDA’S PREPAID TUITION PLAN(pdf)
2012-R-0485 COMPARISON OF THE GERMAN AND CONNECTICUT POST-SECONDARY VOCATIONAL EDUCATION SYSTEMS(pdf)
2012-R-0466 OLR BACKGROUNDER: EDUCATION REFORM PROVISIONS TAKING EFFECT IN 2013 OR AFTER(pdf)
2012-R-0457 NEW SCHOOL READINESS SLOTS, FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS AND SCHOOL HEALTH CLINICS UNDER THE EDUCATION REFORM ACT OF 2012(pdf)
2012-R-0388 FOUR COMMISSIONER'S NETWORK SCHOOL TURNAROUND PLANS(pdf)
2012-R-0364 SUPERINTENDENT CERTIFICATION AND SCHOOL FINANCIAL REPORTING(pdf)
2012-R-0333 HIGHER EDUCATION ARTICULATION AND TRANSFER AGREEMENTS(pdf)
2012-R-0307 FUNDING OPTIONS FOR ON-SITE GENERATION AT PUBLIC SCHOOLS(pdf)
2012-R-0281 STATUS OF ACHIEVEMENT GAP TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATIONS(pdf)
2012-R-0272 SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION TIME REQUIREMENTS(pdf)
2012-R-0269 NEW SCHOOL READINESS SPACES, FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS, AND SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CLINICS(pdf)
2012-R-0263 RETIRED TEACHERS HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE(pdf)
2012-R-0261 EDUCATION REFORM ACT GLOSSARY(pdf)
2012-R-0239 COMPARISON OF LENGTH OF SCHOOL DAY AND YEAR AT SELECTED CHARTER SCHOOLS AND MAGNET SCHOOLS(pdf)
2012-R-0233 EDUCATIONAL COSTS FOR STUDENTS PLACED TEMPORARILY BY THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES(pdf)
2012-R-0225 NOTIFICATION TO PARENTS OF SCHOOL WITHDRAWAL AND TRANSFER TO A NEW SCHOOL(pdf)
2012-R-0168 NEASC ACCREDITATION(pdf)
2012-R-0163 ANALYSIS OF SHB 5350, AN ACT CONCERNING ACHIEVING UNIVERSAL LITERACY BY GRADE THREE(pdf)
2012-R-0137 COMPARE THE STATE'S NCLB WAIVER APPLICATION AND SB 24(pdf)
2012-R-0135 TIMELINE OF BRIDGEPORT BOARD OF EDUCATION TAKEOVER(pdf)
2012-R-0131 CHARACTERISTICS OF CHARTER AND PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS(pdf)
2012-R-0101 EDUCATION COST SHARING FORMULA(pdf)
2012-R-0094 MILESTONES IN CONNECTICUT EDUCATION: 1912-2012(pdf)
2012-R-0092 STATE IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMON CORE EDUCATION STANDARDS(pdf)
2012-R-0091 CONNECTICUT AND THE FEDERAL NCLB WAIVER PROCESS(pdf)
2012-R-0084 USE OF RESTRAINT AND SECLUSION IN CONNECTICUT PUBLIC SCHOOLS(pdf)
2012-R-0067 TUITION ASSISTANCE FOR FOSTER AND OTHER CHILDREN(pdf)
2012-R-0052 EDUCATION COST SHARING FUNDS AND TRUMBULL(pdf)
2011-R-0454 COMPARISON OF STATE LAWS AND FUNDING FOR FOUR TYPES OF CHOICE SCHOOLS 
2011-R-0441 LEGISLATIVE CHANGES IN THE OPEN CHOICE PROGRAM 
2011-R-0440 ALL-DAY KINDERGARTEN 
2011-R-0433 PERFORMANCE-BASED PAY FOR TEACHERS AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS 
2011-R-0378 EXTENDED SCHOOL TIME PROGRAMS IN CONNECTICUT 
2011-R-0373 DIFFERENCES IN GRADUATION RATES FOR THE CLASS OF 2008 
2011-R-0301 ACHIEVEMENT GAP IN CONNECTICUT AND SURROUNDING STATES 
2011-R-0241 OLR BACKGROUNDER: ECS MINIMUM BUDGET REQUIREMENT FOR FY 12 AND FY 13 
2011-R-0091 CONNECTICUT AND MASSACHUSETTS HIGH SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT TESTS 
2011-R-0075 TEACHER LAYOFF AND TEACHER EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS 
2011-R-0073 SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION SPACE REQUIREMENTS 
2011-R-0072 MASSACHUSETTS' REQUIRED TRAINING FOR SCHOOL STAFF ON BULLYING PREVENTION 
2011-R-0054 EXPULSION FOR CONDUCT OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL 
2011-R-0024 OLR BACKGROUNDER: NARROWING KINDERGARTEN ENTRANCE AGE 
2011-R-0010 INDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PLAN AND 504 PLAN COMPLAINT PROCESSES 
2010-R-0527 OLR BACKGROUNDER: CCJEF V. RELL 
2010-R-0508 OLR BACKGROUNDER: HIGHER EDUCATION 
2010-R-0497 IN-STATE TUITION FOR ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS 
2006-R-0668 School Security Measures 

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