In a recent Op-Ed for Connecticut Viewpoints, the Executive Director of the School Finance Project Katie Roy, points out one glaring flaw in the Democrat budget plan: Its fix for the state’s education funding formula is actually less viable than the current formula! So much so that it would take over fifty years for the… Continue reading Katie Roy: State Democrats Education Formula Would Be Even Less Viable Than Current Plan
“Until those who are in power decide to give some power up, this means absolutely nothing.” State Board of Education Member Erik Clemons is talking about discussions on the state’s funding formula — a hot topic ever since Superior Court Judge Thomas Moukawsher ruled that the way the state doled out education spending was “irrational”… Continue reading Yale Educational Leadership Panel Asks Why Our Funding System Has To Be So Complicated?
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