The CT Department of Education recommended that an official hearing in its case with the Killingly School District move forward next month.
Last year a complaint was filed with the state about the Killingly board of education’s previous decision to not add mental health services.
Legislation could address what CT GOP leadership said was too much scrutiny on the Killingly district’s rejection of a mental health center.
CT officials want an inquiry after the Killingly board of education rejected a proposed grant-based mental health center at the high school.
Just as those who have opposed the construction of a natural gas power plant in Killingly were tasting victory, a court has taken it away.
ISO-New England has requested permission to cut Killingly from its plans, elating environmental activists who oppose the power plant.
The governor hinted at slowing permitting and being able to “play some games there.”
The furor over a natural gas power plant in Killingly has expanded into a statewide cause célèbre over climate change. And the governor is right in the middle of it.
I think virtually every town/city in this country relies too heavily on grants — it’s a huge problem that contributes to our fiscal woes at all levels of government. But this is a system of our own creation that we have let fester and grow out of control. We have these unholy alliances that are […]
Strip the mandates and return control and the money to the towns and cities and let them, in conjunction with parents and teachers, best decide how to educate their children and use their resources.