Among the measures was a proposal to axe the existing speech and language schools in Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds and Lowestoft.
Calls to set up a task force to address children’s poverty in Suffolk have been rejected, despite data showing thousands have been living in poverty.
Key education issues, such as special educational needs and catchment areas, will be put under greater scrutiny thanks to a series of new task forces.
Data published by End Child Poverty in May revealed that Suffolk had 50,000 children living in poverty.
Some children are being educated at home because their schools didn't want them
It's a 52 per cent increase since 2014
Under the previous method, crews could only tackle larger potholes in a road so the smaller ones were ignored and dealt with at a later date.
Suffolk County Council’s adult social care team was at the Suffolk Show promoting some of the kit.
A new framework has been approved to allow a council to review whether its sponsored bus services are viable.
In a new framework bus services will be scored based on six criteria to see if they are viable.
A scheme which will see community volunteers carry out low-level maintenance around their roads was launched this month.
The Green group said it had requested three cabinet positions during talks with the Conservatives.
The incumbent Babergh District Council leader is set to stay in the top job, as a clearer picture of the new cabinet agreement begins to take shape.
Plans to make minor highways projects like 20mph zones, pedestrian crossings and double yellow lines easier to carry out have been given approval.
Cllr Suzie Morley is now at the helm.
A long-term vision for Suffolk is set to be created in a bid to address some of the key challenges expected in the next three decades.
More than 62,000 new homes will be needed in Suffolk in the next 20 years according to latest figures, just to keep up with demand.
Vital road changes such as crossings and 20mph zones could be completed faster if councillors are given access to four years of funding in one go.
What councillors decide could shape Suffolk for 30 years
In Ipswich alone more than 12,000 children were living below the benchmark