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  • Call For Moratorium On Charters Stirs Passionate Debate

    Call For Moratorium On Charters Stirs Passionate Debate
    A proposal for a two-year moratorium on public charter schools has ignited impassioned debate and tapped into long-standing disagreement over how well the schools perform and whether they drain needed resources from ordinary neighborhood schools.
  • Malloy's Budget: Now Everyone Else Gets To Weigh In

    Malloy's Budget: Now Everyone Else Gets To Weigh In
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has presented his version of a new state budget, but now it's time for legislators, lobbyists and everyone else to have their say about its final form. The process began Thursday with a presentation by the...

    DCF's Katz and Sen. Fasano Square Off Over Agency Oversight, Accountability

    DCF's Katz and Sen. Fasano Square Off Over Agency Oversight, Accountability
    The Republican leader of the state Senate and child-protection Commissioner Joette Katz squared off Thursday at a public hearing over three GOP proposals to increase public oversight of the Department of Children and Families and create an independent...

    Magnet School Operators Ask For $11.3 Million More From State

    Faced with budget deficits and years of flat funding from the state, a coalition of magnet school operators are asking legislators for an $11.3 million increase in state money, amounting to about $1,000 per child. Bruce Douglas, executive director of the...

    Parents Of Intellectually Disabled Plead For State Funding, Cite Growing Waiting List

    HARTFORD — Their plea was as simple as it was powerful. Parents of intellectually disabled children told a legislative panel Thursday that unless funding was increased to the Department of Developmental Services, thousands of families would be...