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Topic: Seven Fanciful Views On How Do We Fix Our Schools
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Domenico Rosa

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Seven Fanciful Views On How Do We Fix Our Schools
Posted: Jan 16, 2012 7:01 PM
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http://www.courant.com/news/opinion/hc-op-commentary-education-package-0115-20120115,0,4422883.story

Seven Views: So How Do We Fix Our Schools?
A cross-section of writers tackle the school reform question

The Hartford Courant January 15, 2012

When Gov. Dannel P. Malloy put education reform on the front burner for 2012, he caught a wave of public sentiment that has been building for a couple of years in every corner of the state. Everybody from superintendents and the state's largest teachers union to business leaders, advocacy groups, parents and political leaders wants to improve the state's public schools.

"This is our moment," the governor told a statewide education workshop earlier this month. But how should reform happen, what form should it take? What should be done first? Who leads? Today we present a cross-section of ideas, and invite your letters on the subject at http://www.courant.com.
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