The evidence is clear, if the money is put into the proper programming, public schools across the state could improve.
This legislative session presents us with a unique opportunity to rectify the inequity existing throughout Connecticut schools.
Connecticut has a massive racial funding gap of over $700 million dollars and we need to address this by expediting the ECS phase-in.
Passing the children’s mental health bills is a step in the right direction toward equitable education, but the legislation cannot succeed without full funding in all districts.
What will happen in Connecticut school districts once the American Rescue Plan funds run out?