On August 3, 2016, The New Haven Register published an article on Connecticut’s SAT results for the year and cited ConnCAN:

Jennifer Alexander, chief executive officer of the pro-charter educational advocacy group Connecticut Coalition for Achievement Now, called the results “sobering” in a press release.

“These new SAT results should be a wake-up call for all of us: collectively, only about half of our eleventh-graders are college-ready in math and English Language Arts, with far worse results for students of color and high-needs students,” Alexander said.

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