Pressure from Superintendents May Lead Governor to Veto Aggressive Student Behavior Bill
Governor Malloy is deciding whether to sign or veto Senate Bill 453 An Act Concerning Classroom Safety and Disruptive Behavior, now called Public Act 18-89, and unfortunately, some superintendents are lobbying him to veto it.
The bill helps stem the tide of student assaults by making classrooms safer and providing appropriate supports and interventions to disruptive students.
CEA leadership met with the Governor’s staff to explain the bill, which
- Reduces discriminatory discipline
- Emphasizes supports and assistance to students in need
- Provides special education students with greater protections than currently exist
We need every teacher to reach out to the Governor asking him to sign Public Act 18-89.
CLICK HERE to send a message to Governor Malloy, or call him at (860) 566-4840.