Representatives from Connecticut Coalition for Achievement Now, which filed an amicus brief to the case, also expressed concern over the Jan. 17 decision.

“The status quo is failing far too many kids who are graduating from high school without the knowledge or skills that they need to be successful in college or career,” Jennifer Alexander, the CEO of ConnCAN, said in a statement. “We need to fairly fund kids across all types of public schools and ensure that all students have access to great teachers, leaders, and schools, and that there is transparency and meaningful accountability for results.”

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