The state Department of Education recommended an investigation into the Killingly School District after discovering that there was “reasonable reason” to believe its Board of Education had failed to implement the state’s educational interests when members voted against a proposal for a mental health grant funded. A health clinic in the city high school.

The state’s 38-page report “describes in great detail the Killingly Board’s repeated failures and refusal to implement reasonable interventions to meet students’ demonstrated mental health, social, emotional, and behavioral health needs,” reads the introduction.

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