After a sudden shutdown earlier this month, students will be heading back to class at CSB. At least for now.
The school suddenly shut its doors at schools across 16 states and filed for bankruptcy.
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal worked with the school to reopen classes for students who paid tuition. Those classes could resume as early as Monday, Blumenthal said.
A plan to reopen the school was approved by a bankruptcy court on Thursday. It's unclear if the school will remain reopen.