Wednesday Weekly is a segment by Democrats for Education Reform CT that looks at the top education stories Democrats are watching, providing bite-sized analysis and links to recent articles. In this New Education Commissioner Edition, we’re focused on the state's incoming education chief, Dr. Miguel Cardona.
Meet Connecticut’s New Education Commissioner
On July 18, Connecticut’s State Board of Education voted to endorse Dr. Miguel Cardona, currently Meriden’s Assistant Superintendent of Schools, as the next Commissioner of the State Department of Education. Dr. Cardona has deep experience as an educator and administrator and has been a prominent figure on local boards and professional associations. Additionally, he led the State Achievement Gap Task Force. He has shown incredible commitment to literacy and to addressing educational disparities, both within his school district and across the state. We are looking forward to this new chapter for Connecticut students! Click here for everything you need to know about the incoming Commissioner and where he stands on critical education issues.