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Teacher Layoffs Schools Should Have The Power To Retain Their Best Teachers
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Mar 7, 11:53 AM:

Hartford paper calls for legislative action to change existing "last in, first out" policy; calls tenure "outmoded," and policies not in the best interest of students. Recognizes New Haven's attempts to try, but suggests >

Conn. discussing 'culturally responsive' schools
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Mar 2, 12:41 PM:

CT aims for "culturally responsive education" to engage diverse students and narrow minority student achievement gap. Where's any evidence this would do the trick? And how 'bout a look at other factors -- say, effective >

Malloy endorses several education ideas in budget
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Feb 16, 11:27 PM:

Gov. Malloy's budget proposal reforms with students in mind while saving money -- teacher evals included. Hints on how reforms would work are missing. Potential roadblocks for implementation?

Conn. gov promises level education aid to towns
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Feb 11, 10:56 AM:

Gov vows not to cut education, but locals may still need to do so. He says it needn't be teachers who suffer but ed. bureaucracy. Public needs more information on how state assets will be reallocated to cover what holes >

Malloy promises level education aid to Conn. towns
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Feb 10, 12:49 PM:

Budget cuts are a difficult reality all schools must face. Informative piece about the difficult choices that CT Governor has made, but what's lost on the reader is what the state currently spends per school and >

Conn. school education funding to be reviewed - WGGB abc40/FOX 6: News, Weather, Sports: Springfield, MA
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Feb 10, 12:38 PM:

As everywhere, the debate about charters and other schools of choice in Conn. centers on where money goes. A breakdown of who gets what would help public make a fair judgement.

Malloy promises level funding of education aid to state towns
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Feb 10, 11:33 AM:

Gov. Malloy announced budget plans keeping ed spending level amid worries dried up federal stimulus wouldn't be replaced.  Challenges to this plan are needed for proper discussion but do not appear in this article.

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Tensions rise over Conn. school funding reform
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Feb 10, 9:15 AM:

Report suggests money follow students to charters. Unions declare this would hurt traditional public schools -- no ink for counter opinion. Would also help to relate issue to school performance.

Students like it, parents not so sure
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Feb 4, 3:31 PM:

Conn. teachers meet weekly to review student data.  But what kind of data are they reviewing? Have data teams in other schools been fruitful?

Parents, faculty ask school board to not cut special ed positions
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Feb 4, 2:53 PM:

Increasing the teacher-student ratio in special ed. programs in Stamford isn't popular with faculty and parents. Little explanation offered for  targeting special ed. funding cuts.

Parents, faculty ask school board to not cut special ed positions
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Feb 4, 10:21 AM:

A tight budget means cuts in Stamford special education program and pare ts are angry.

Plans underway for new charter school - Wilton News - Wilton Villager - Wilton's Newspaper
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Feb 3, 12:14 PM:

Stamford School for boys to close achievement gap. Great early attention to critical issue.

Change Recommended In School Choice Funding
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Feb 3, 11:25 AM:

Report on proposed change in  funding for Connecticut charters doesn't say what it would mean for students and parents.

Our view: Committee suggests sensible reform
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Jan 26, 12:46 PM:

Opens up the discussion on voucher programs and provides a good explanation, and ends with a great question: "How do we improve on the overall education so that all students have the opportunity to succeed?" 

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Conn. library cancels Michael Moore movie Sicko under pressure from officials (74)
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Jan 23, 4:57 PM:

Enfield pub. library cancels showing of Moore's Oscar-nominated documentary Sicko, film critical of what passes as American health care.  What are better tacks?  Balancing the venue?  Who wins with censorship?

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Conn. library cancels Michael Moore movie Sicko under pressure from officials (74)
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Jan 23, 4:57 PM:

Enfield pub. library cancels showing of Moore's Oscar-nominated documentary Sicko, film critical of what passes as American health care.  What are better tacks?  Balancing the venue?  Who wins with censorship?

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