The Connecticut Post’s Q&A session with Bridgeport’s Board of Education candidates reveal some interesting insights on the six candidates running in next week’s Sept 10th primary.
One thing that’s particularly striking—While all candidates seem to agree that smaller class-sizes and more parental involvement would be ideal—the slates are on opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to the subject of Superintendent Paul Vallas.
According to the Q&A session, the endorsed slate wants to move forward with the progress made by Superintendent Vallas: well-balanced budgets, more resources in the classroom and new high schools.
Not surprisingly, the challenger slate wants to move away from that direction.
Here is the full article: Connecticut Post, 9/5/2013
Looks like Lennie at Only in Bridgeport caught it too.