For advocates of comprehensive education reform in Connecticut, 2012 holds tremendous promise. Governor Dannel P. Malloy has proclaimed this year as “The Year of Education Reform” in Connecticut. He got a jump on the calendar in late December when he outlined his bold principles for reform in a letter to the state’s legislative leaders.
Malloy continued to build on that momentum by convening a multi-stakeholder workshop, bringing together national thought leaders, local education advocates and other interested parties to Central Connecticut State University. The workshop addressed key issues such as low-performing schools and districts, cultivating the best teachers and principals, college and career readiness, and school finance.Read More »