Opinion

NOONAN: Support CT education reform

February 27, 2012 • 6
If you are an average fourth-grader in Connecticut’s public school system and you live below the poverty line, you are most likely behind your more affluent peers in reading by over three and a half grade levels. If you are learning English as a second language, you are most likely five grade levels behind in »
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Superintendent of New Have Schools, Garth Harries
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