On June 14, 2016, The Yankee Institute for Public Policy published an article by Marc E. Fitch on funding for non-traditional alternatives to education for city students and cited ConnCAN:

Of the 32 elementary and middle schools in Bridgeport, 22 received a “D” rating or lower by Connecticut Coalition for Achievement Now, a state education research and advocacy group. Connecticut also has the highest educational achievement gap in the country between its low income students and students in wealthier districts.

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