Gov. Ned Lamont’s two key education bills — including one intended to push school districts toward regionalization — were approved by a legislative committee Friday.
Two proposals that would force school district regionalization have ignited a storm of protest in some communities.
Using more detailed ethnic categories in student and health data could allow policymakers to better serve small populations, but some people in those small populations are anxious about extra scrutiny, the possibility of discrimination and being labeled as other than American.
Getting identified and getting the necessary services to cope with dyslexia has seemingly been a decades-long challenge in Connecticut.