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A #MinimallyAdequate Education Is Not Enough!
Several factors are intersecting to create a public school funding system that fails our students, is incredibly challenging to navigate and is consequently difficult to reform.
15 educators from across Connecticut did deep research, gathered input from our peers, and drew on our own classroom experiences to form recommendations. Learn more about our team here.
"How are parents or regular voters supposed to understand the complicated formulas, let alone advocate for students?"
Tiffany Moyer-Washington, 9th grade honors literature teacher, Classical Magnet School, Hartford Public Schools
"The inequalities of school funding in Connecticut have exacerbated the achievement gap, leaving Connecticut’s students with an educational deficit that denies them equal participation in a rapidly changing and globalized workforce."
10th grade English language arts teacher, Central High School, Bridgeport Public Schools
Reimagining School Finance in Connecticut