I am looking for the text to the Dignity for All Students Act (New York). There have been a couple of amendments and if I can read those too, so much the better.

I have looked at half a dozen sites that have dead links to the law itself. Frustrating!

Here's the closest I've gotten:

I found a site that seems to have the full text to the law, but it's not an official site. Would prefer something connected with government.

I found a site that shows some of the highlights of the law.

  • What does the DASA law practically require for teachers?
    – Burt
    Commented Aug 9, 2021 at 2:03

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The original 2010 bill is A03661 and the 2012 enacted bill A10712 amended it. It is probably most useful to read the bills in order, if you're interested in the unified picture or what the changes were. The effect on the revised code is the legal "bottom line", and you can start here to find the current state of the law.

  • Wonderful, thank you! Regarding your last link (the current state of the law), is there a way to view or download the whole thing? At the link you provided, one can only view one section at a time. If that's not possible, that's okay. Commented Sep 17, 2016 at 19:27
  • Apparently, the last published consolidation of the laws was over 100 years ago. Really annoying, I must say.
    – user6726
    Commented Sep 17, 2016 at 20:08
  • I don't get it. This law isn't that old, and the internet wasn't around either 100 years ago. Commented Sep 17, 2016 at 20:31
  • Yes, and that's basically why there isn't a single consolidation of the laws. You can get the piece by piece version, or the individual bills passed by the assembly with the additions and deletions.
    – user6726
    Commented Sep 17, 2016 at 21:04
  • Is that a New York thing? Commented Sep 17, 2016 at 21:05

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