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A New Way To Fund Special Education: CT School Finance Project Proposes Way To Fix Broken Special Education Funding

What does Arkansas, Rhode Island, West Virginia and Connecticut have in common? Other than being a seemingly random list of states, the founder of the Connecticut School Finance Project Katie Roy says these four states are the only four in the national without a clear system for funding special education. This dysfunction has real consequences. Last… Continue reading A New Way To Fund Special Education: CT School Finance Project Proposes Way To Fix Broken Special Education Funding

Bridgeport · Students

Bridgeport Board Of Education’s Grudge Against City Has Gone Too Far: BOE Ignores Parent

Over a hundred parents packed Geraldine Johnson School’s auditorium. It was so full the fire marshal was called. And, yet, despite their numbers, school board members didn’t bother to acknowledge their concerns. They even barred the majority of the parents from speaking. Of the dozens of parents that signed up to comment, only fifteen got… Continue reading Bridgeport Board Of Education’s Grudge Against City Has Gone Too Far: BOE Ignores Parent