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  • Introduced
    Mar 07, 2024
  • Passed Senate
  • Passed House
  • Signed into Law
SB 381
Connecticut Senate Bill
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AN ACT CONCERNING THE TEACHING PROFESSION AND REVISIONS TO THE MANDATED REPORTER REQUIREMENTS. To (1) establish a minimum starting annual salary for teacher; (2) provide a state subsidy to school districts to cover the cost of implementing the new minimum starting salary for teachers; (3) provide COVID-19 recognition payments to teachers who were providing instruction during the pandemic; (4) include a certified teacher on the Governor's Workforce Council; (5) amend the charge of the Connecticut Advisory Council for Teacher Professional Standards; (6) make revisions to the process by which retired teachers are elected to the Teachers' Retirement Board; (7) add a just cause standard and require a neutral hearing officer in teacher contract termination hearings; (8) require a single arbitrator for arbitration hearings; and (9) provide teachers with some discretion in their responsibility as mandated reporters.
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House • Apr 15, 2024: Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 04/22/24 12:00 PM (LCO)

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YES: 28
  • Currey J
  • Marra T
  • McCrory D
  • McGee T
  • McCarty K
  • Miller P
  • Leeper J
  • Paris C
  • Winfield G
  • Arzeno H
  • Rader M
  • Roberts K
  • Candelaria J
  • Sanchez E
  • Carney D
  • Sanchez R
  • Comey R
  • Smith F
  • Cook M
  • Welander M
  • Felipe A
  • Flexer M
  • Genga H
  • Gibson B
  • Johnson D
  • Johnson S
  • Kushner J
  • Maroney J

NO: 13
  • Berthel E
  • Bolinsky M
  • Reddington-Hughes K
  • Chaleski R
  • Seminara L
  • Cooley F
  • Zupkus L
  • Dauphinais A
  • Foncello M
  • Haines I
  • Harding S
  • Howard G
  • Kennedy K

ABSTAIN: 4
  • Napoli R
  • Poulos C
  • Brown K
  • Khan M

YES: 52
  • Osten C
  • Hoxha J
  • Walker T
  • Johnson S
  • Hartley J
  • Khanna R
  • Exum T
  • Kennedy K
  • Paris C
  • Kushner J
  • Berthel E
  • Lesser M
  • Nuccio T
  • Marx M
  • Anwar S
  • McCarty K
  • Baker A
  • McCrory D
  • Bolinsky M
  • Nolan A
  • Callahan P
  • Porter R
  • Candelaria J
  • Osborne M
  • Chaleski R
  • Reyes G
  • Currey J
  • Rosario C
  • Dathan L
  • Rutigliano D
  • DeCaprio M
  • Delany H
  • Sanchez E
  • Delnicki T
  • Slap D
  • Dillon P
  • Simms T
  • Felipe A
  • Somers H
  • Flexer M
  • Tercyak P
  • Foncello M
  • Winfield G
  • Garibay J
  • Zawistowski T
  • Gibson B
  • Gilchrest J
  • Gordon J
  • Gonzalez M
  • Haddad G
  • Hall J
  • Harrison C

NO: 0

    ABSENT: 1
    • Ryan K

    Actions
    • Apr 15, 2024 | House
      • Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 04/22/24 12:00 PM (LCO)
    • Apr 05, 2024 | House
      • Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office (LCO)
    • Apr 04, 2024 | House
      • Joint Favorable Substitute (APP)
    • Mar 25, 2024 | House
      • Favorable Change of Reference, House to Committee on Appropriations
    • Mar 25, 2024 | Senate
      • Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office (LCO)
      • Favorable Change of Reference, Senate to Committee on Appropriations
    • Mar 22, 2024 | Senate
      • Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office (LCO)
    • Mar 20, 2024 | Senate
      • Joint Favorable Substitute Change of Reference Appropriations (ED)
    • Mar 08, 2024 | Senate
      • Public Hearing 03/13
    • Mar 07, 2024 | Senate
      • Referred to Joint Committee on Education