Special Education Select Working Group – Recommendations for Legislative Action (Municipal Opportunities & Regional Efficiencies (MORE) Commission)

Feb 1, 2015

The Municipal Opportunities and Regional Efficiencies (MORE) Commission was created by House Speaker J. Brendan Sharkey in 2010 to work on finding solutions to issues that face Connecticut’s municipalities. The Special Education Select Working Group was formed as a sub-committee of the MORE Commission in December 2013 with the mission of determining how to provide special education in a more effective manner. The bipartisan group aims to bring together legislators, town and school officials, advocates, and citizens to address critical issues in special education. This document represents the culmination of yearlong efforts to provide the Connecticut General Assembly with a set of working recommendations for legislative action.

Citation

Connecticut General Assembly, Municipal Opportunities & Regional Efficiencies (MORE) Commission, Special Education Select Working Group. (2015). Recommendations for Legislative Action. Hartford, CT: Author. Retrieved from http://www2.housedems.ct.gov/more/SPED/pubs/2015-02-18_Recommendations.pdf.

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  • Regionalization
  • Special Education