What: Tomorrow, Education Reform Now CT will host a virtual informational forum with leaders from Connecticut’s higher education system as well as the General Assembly, to explore how Connecticut colleges are meeting the needs of higher ed students—especially students from low-income families—as the state undertakes remote learning in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Amy Dowell - State Director, Education Reform Now CT
State Senator Will Haskell - Co-Chair of Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee
Mark Ojakian - President, Connecticut State Colleges and Universities System
Richard Sugarman - President, Hartford Promise
When: Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 3:30 PM | Press availability to follow formal agenda (approximately 4:00 PM)
PLEASE RSVP TO Nicki@edreformnow.org TO RECEIVE CONFERENCE CALL INFORMATION.
About Education Reform Now CT:
The state chapter of a national organization and affiliate of DFER CT, Education Reform Now CT is a 501(c)(3) that operates as a think tank and policy advocate, promoting great educational opportunities and achievement for all students by increasing equity, protecting civil rights, and strengthening the social safety net.