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Our education policy work focuses on
- Informing the creation of an equitable public education policy and financing structure.
- Keeping children in schools, where they learn best, by reducing truancy, exclusionary discipline, and dropout.
- Combining efforts to support children in school and addressing inequities in family well-being.
- Promoting a rich, broad curriculum for all children.
Learn more about education issues and related resources.
- April 2013
This analysis of the Governor’s education and municipal aid proposal finds that two-thirds of the Governor’s proposed increase in Education Cost Sharing (ECS) aid to high-need school di
- February 2013
This report outlines some of the proposals affecting children contained within Governor Malloy’s proposed budget, as well as their likely impacts – highlighting proposed changes in stat
- August 2012
A free, equal public education is the right of every child. A quality public education system should provide a well-rounded, balanced curriculum and help prepare children for their adult lives.