Sunday, December 15, 2013

12-15-13 Wait What?

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Nine Million in corporate welfare to help HOMESERVE USA move from Stamford to Norwalk
On Friday Governor Malloy and the State Bond Commission voted to give HOMESERVE USA, a Florida company, $9 million to help pay for their 9.4 mile move from downtown Stamford to Norwalk. The taxpayer funded corporate welfare package includes a $3 million loan (forgivable if job targets are met), a $1 million grant and $5 […]The post Nine Million in corporate welfare to help HOMESERVE USA move from


Numbers Don’t Lie, Unless Someone Wants Them To
“Never in my career as a high school English teacher — as an instructor of reading and writing, as a purveyor of literature — have I been asked to collect more “student data” and create more “spreadsheets” than I have in the past several years.”  - Barth Keck Barth Keck is an English teacher and […]The post Numbers Don’t Lie, Unless Someone Wants Them To (By Barth Keck) appeared first on Wait What


12-14-13 Wait What? All Week
Wait What?:  Wait What? All Week mark as readMalloy can tell it to the judgeFellow public school advocate and columnist Wendy Lecker has written yet another “must read” column for the Stamford Advocate.    While candidate “Dan” Malloy ran on a platform of supporting public education, Governor “Dannel” Malloy has pushed an agenda that has systematically undermined Connecticut’s public schools.  Rat

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