Sunday, July 23, 2017

Something Is Rotten In The State Of Connecticut by Ann Cronin - Wait What?

Something Is Rotten In The State Of Connecticut by Ann Cronin - Wait What?:

Something Is Rotten In The State Of Connecticut by Ann Cronin



In her latest blog post, educator and education advocate Ann Cronin reports on Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy and his administration’s loyalty to the charter school industry and their latest attack on public education.
Cronin writes;
On July 19, 2017, the unelected, governor-appointed Connecticut State Board of Education approved 504 additional seats in state charter schools for next year, with 154 of those seats going to Capital Preparatory Harbor School in Bridgeport.
GO FIGURE:
Connecticut is in a budget crisis with every expense being monitored, yet new charter school seats, which cost the state $11,000 each, are being initiated. The cost will be more than $5.5 million.
PLUS
The new seats will cost the beleaguered and impoverished Bridgeport Public Schools money it cannot afford and will strip them of much needed resources. The Bridgeport Board of Education unanimously voted against the expansion plan because the cost of adding grades to Capital Prep Harbor School requires the Bridgeport Public Schools to pay additional costs for transportation and other services at an additional location.
PLUS
The expansion plan for Capital Prep Harbor School, approved by the State Something Is Rotten In The State Of Connecticut by Ann Cronin - Wait What?:

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