Connecticut Supreme Court Upholds Expulsion of University Student over True Threat of Gun ViolenceLast Chance to Register for Upcoming Seminar! On the Front Lines: Raising Awareness of Child Trafficking and Exploitation in Connecticut’s SchoolsSeminar: On the Front Lines: Raising Awareness of Child Trafficking and Exploitation in Connecticut's Schools
District Court Dismisses Challenge to Elimination of Religious Exemptions from School Vaccine MandatesState Appeals Decision Regarding Maximum Age of Eligibility for Special EducationBureau of Special Education Issues Guidance on Continued Educational Opportunities and Special Education During COVID-19 Pandemic
Massachusetts' Supreme Court Finds Colleges May Face Liability for Student Suicide Under Certain CircumstancesSixth Circuit: Title VII Prohibits Discrimination Based on Transgender and/or Transitioning StatusU.S. Department of Education Announces Intention to Review and Replace Title IX Regulations Concerning Sexual Harassment and Violence
Jessica Richman Smith and Thomas Mooney Answer Eight Key Questions for CASPA on Personnel Issues as the Pandemic EndsConnecticut Conference of Independent Colleges (CCIC) 2020 Virtual Annual Member ForumFollowing Court Ruling, DOL Clarifies Rules for FFCRA Intermittent Leave and Documentation Requirements
Julie Fay Quoted in Special Ed Connection Article, "IHPs versus Section 504 plans: Understanding the difference, and why it matters"Linda Yoder Quoted in Special Ed Connection Article, "Dos and don'ts for implementing accommodations on Section 504 plans during remote learning"Linda Yoder Quoted in Special Ed Connection Article, "Prepare gen ed teachers to attend, participate in 504 meetings"