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Sheff v. O'Neill Supreme Court Ruling and Subsequent Stipulation Agreements

Mar 21, 2022

Sheff v. O'Neill is a school segregation case that began in 1989 when a group of city and suburban parents argued that public schools in Hartford were segregated, underfunded, and denied students in the Hartford area their constitutional right to an adequate and equal education due to the disparities in the distribution of funding and resources between communities of color in Hartford and the adjacent, majority white suburbs. This resource details the 1996 Connecticut Supreme Court ruling in the case, as well as the stipulated agreements and proposed settlement that followed.

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Issue Brief: Public Schools of Choice (Office of Legislative Research)

Dec 13, 2018

This issue brief from the Connecticut General Assembly's Office of Legislative Research examines the public schools of choice that Connecticut offers, including charter schools, magnet schools, agricultural science and technology centers (i.e., “vo-ag centers”), and technical high schools.

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Participation in Connecticut's Open Choice Program, 2013-2018 (CT State Department of Education)

May 23, 2018

This spreadsheet, from Connecticut's State Department of Education, details the number of students participating in Connecticut's Open Choice program — by resident town — each year from the 2013-14 school year to the 2017-18 school year.

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Research Report: Comparison of Charter, Magnet, Agricultural Science Centers, and Technical High Schools (Office of Legislative Research)

Feb 16, 2018

Research report from the Connecticut General Assembly's nonpartisan Office of Legislative Research that compares Connecticut's laws and funding for four types of public schools: charter schools, interdistrict magnet schools, regional agricultural science and technology education centers (“agri-science centers”), and technical high schools.

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