The Republican proposal fully balances the fiscal year 2019 budget and eliminates the projected $321.5 million deficit.
The group will conduct a comprehensive review of school safety in Connecticut on an on-going basis and make recommendations for the next legislative session in 2019.
During a tour of the business by owner, Luigi Nuzzolillo, Rep. Yaccarino was able to hear about the business needs and the challenges this local florist faces within the industry, as well as from state policies and regulations.
The legislation, approved by the Finance Committee, includes funding for systems to enhance school safety by providing direct communication between school personnel and first responders.
This bipartisan working group will be designed to evaluate the implementation of safety and security measures the state mandated following the events of Sandy Hook, and to produce new recommendations to ensure school security and safety going forward.
Sen. Fasano also spoke to the group about bipartisan efforts in Connecticut to craft legislation that supports students, including Hispanic students, working towards earning a college degree if they are on a path to citizenship.
As president, Collier is responsible for leading NAMME’s governing board to develop its membership, student outreach and partnerships with other national organizations with similar missions.
Quinnipiac University School of Education to host panel discussion on ‘School and Gun Violence’ April 10
The program will start with Quinnipiac education students and Sheehan High School students staffing tables with information about several issues relating to school and gun violence, including student wellness, student activism and legislation.
Rep. Yaccarino Meets with Individuals from Connecticut Department of Developmental Services (CT DDS) Families First
The mission of CT DDS Families First is to secure all opportunities and support Connecticut citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) so that they may live full and productive lives in their communities.
Quinnipiac University School of Education Professor Cindy Kern of North Haven guest lectured at Cairo American College in Egypt
Kern, who joined the School of Education faculty at Quinnipiac in 2015, received her doctorate in science education from the University of Nevada.