On Sept. 27, 2016, The New Haven Register published an article on the departure of public schools Superintendent Garth Harries and cited ConnCAN:
Jennifer Alexander, CEO of the educational advocacy group Connecticut Coalition for Achievement Now, said she is concerned about what could happen in the future.
“New Haven has been a focus, not just in Connecticut but nationally, of what’s possible when labor and management come together and negotiate innovative contracts,” she said. “It would be a shame to see that go. The future of reform in New Haven hangs in the balance, and whatever leaders in New Haven do next will tip the scales one way or another.”