The latest on the School to Prison Pipeline
AACC Day Three - Blog: Confessions of a Community College Dean Pathways are great, but sometimes you have to explore. Monday was about going off the beaten path a bit. Th...
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While the enrollment increase will cost the state an additional $4.1 million next year, funding for traditional public schools is being cut by $51.7 million and for regional magnet schools, opened to help desegregate city schools, by $15.4 million.In recommending that 14 of Connecticut’s 23 charter schools be allowed to enroll another 401 students, Education Commissioner Dianna Wentzell wrote the publicly funded schools had a “demonstrated record of achievement.”