Adamowski, New London school district’s special master, has term extended
New London — The State Board of Education has extended the appointment of special master Steven Adamowski to the New London school district for three more months.
Adamowski, who was appointed to a one-year term July 1, 2012, will remain with New London through Sept. 30. He was charged by the state to help the New London Board of Education come up with a plan to improve schools for the city’s 3,000 students and raise standardized test scores.
In September, Adamowski will give a report on New London schools to the state board and will present a proposal to turn New London into an all-magnet school district meant to attract students from throughout the region.
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