Title 10. Education and Culture  


Chapter 163. State Board of Education. Department of Education
Chapter 163a. Proficiency Examinations [(Repealed)]
Chapter 163b. Private Occupational School Student Protection Fund (See Chapter 185, Part I)
Chapter 163c. Education Evaluation and Remedial Assistance
Chapter 164. Educational Opportunities
Chapter 165. (The University of Connecticut) Advisory Council for Professional Standards
Chapter 166. Teachers and Superintendents
Chapter 167. Teachers’ Retirement System [(Repealed)]
Chapter 167a. Teachers’ Retirement System
Chapter 168. School Attendance and Employment of Children
Chapter 169. School Health and Sanitation
Chapter 170. Boards of Education
Chapter 171. Town Management
Chapter 172. Support of Public Schools. Transportation
Chapter 172a. Reimbursement Grants for Parental Equivalent Instruction Costs [(Repealed)]
Chapter 173. Public School Building Projects
Chapter 174. Education of the Blind
Chapter 175. Education of the Deaf
Chapter 176. New England Higher Education Compact (See Chapter 185a)
Chapter 177. Connecticut Historical Commission (See Chapter 184b)
Chapter 177a. American Revolution Bicentennial Commission [(Repealed)]
Chapter 177b. State Historic Preservation Board
Chapter 177c. United States Constitution Bicentennial Commission [(Repealed)]
Chapter 178. State System of Higher Education (See Chapters 185 and 185b)
Chapter 179. Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (See Chapter 187)
Chapter 180. Connecticut Student Loan Foundation (See Chapter 187a)
Chapter 181. State Commission on the Arts (See Chapter 184b)
Chapter 181a. Connecticut Humanities Grants
Chapter 182. Compact for Education
Chapter 183. State Museum of Connecticut History [(Repealed)]
Chapter 184. Cultural Commissions [(Repealed)]
Chapter 184a. Native American Cultures. Policy Concerning Archaeological Investigations
Chapter 184b. Department of Economic and Community Development: Culture and Tourism

Notations

*Constitutional provision requiring state to maintain higher education system is made effective by title. 175 C. 586.

Cited. 34 CA 567. Title statutes cited. Id.