CEA is urging legislators, who overwhelmingly supported and passed An Act Concerning Classroom Safety and Disruptive Student Behavior, to override the governor’s veto.
Without an override, Governor Malloy’s veto ensures that more youth will wind up in the criminal justice system rather than having their problems and needs addressed in a proactive manner.
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And then contact your legislators and urge them to override the veto to ensure safe classrooms for all students and teachers.
for more information. cea.org/overrideveto
Please contact your legislators and urge them to override the governor’s veto of SB 453, An Act Concerning Classroom Safety and Disruptive Behavior, now called Public Act 18-89.
Enhances classroom safety for all students and teachers
Provides appropriate support, not punitive discipline, for students who harm others
Reduces discriminatory discipline and discourages the school-to-prison pipeline
Complies with and does not preempt the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
Click here to contact your legislators right now.
Watch how Manchester Education Association President Kate Dias explained to Channel 30 why students and teachers need SB 453.