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It’s a wrap on Connecticut’s 2018 legislative session

Last week, elected officials in Hartford clocked their final session hours for 2018 and made their final decisions on which bills to send to Gov. Malloy’s desk.

Thanks to your advocacy and the commitment of lawmakers to great schools, kids and educators across the state have reason to celebrate.

 

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On the Nation’s Report Card, steady habits aren’t enough

This morning, ConnCAN and the rest of the country awoke to results from the 2017 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). Overall, the assessment shows largely stagnant results that challenge everyone in our state to consider what it will take to reignite student growth and true innovation and progress in our education system. The results give us reason to hope, though, from slightly narrowing achievement gaps to consistent reading performance and long-term gains in math.