[Mention] "A quarter of CT students went MIA when COVID closed schools..."

by JACQUELINE RABE THOMAS


“So you have some communities that are going to rise to the occasion and have a lot of live learning, and you have some that are going to be beholden to their collective bargaining agreements locally and they will do the bare minimum unless the state provides some requirements,” said Amy Dowell, the leader of the state chapter of Education Reform Now...

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