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Full, Equal and Equitable Partnerships with Families
Connecticut's definition and framework for family engagement
Guidelines for Alternative Education Settings
These guidelines are designed to support the operation of alternative education settings (schools or programs) offered by local and regional boards of education. The purpose of the guidelines is to ensure improved program designs and greater outcomes for students in alternative education settings.
Matoneo y Acoso en Connecticut
Guía para padres y tutores
Parents Guide to Bullying and Harassment in Connecticut
Questions and answers about bullying in Connecticut schools
Practice Guidelines for Delivery of School Social Work Services
Guidelines for professionals developing and implementing school social work services for Connecticut students
Promising Practices to Reduce Chronic Absence
Reducing Chronic Absence in Connecticut's Schools
School district administrators can use this framework to plan and implement preventions and interventions that will help reduce chronic absence in prekindergarten through Grade 12.
Standards for Educational Opportunities for Students Who Have Been Expelled
Connecticut law requires LEAs to offer an “alternative educational opportunity” to students who have been expelled in certain circumstances and further provides that LEAs may offer such an opportunity to any expelled student.