New Standards for Expelled Students
CT Post andNorwalk Hour
January 3, 2018
“They should not just be out on the streets,” said Fran Rabinowitz, executive director of the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents. “A couple of hours of homebound (instruction) is not enough.
Marisa Masolo Halm, an attorney with the Center for Children’s Advocacy, who works primarily to defend the educational
rights of children, agreed. “The traditional expulsion experience … is not acceptable,” Halm said.