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Connecticut School Choice Lottery Cap is a Cap on Student Potential

Yesterday, for The CT Mirror, Jacqueline Rabe Thomas reported that while Connecticut will continue with a school choice lottery that originated many years ago as an attempt to desegregate schools in Hartford, the state Department of Education did not clarify whether it will fund additional seats for students in desegregated magnet and suburban […continue]

The Fight for Quality Public Schools

Following last week’s filing of Martinez v. Malloy by a group of students and parents in Connecticut, the groundbreaking new federal education equality lawsuit has earned continued local and national media coverage. The case challenges the constitutionality of anti-opportunity laws in Connecticut that restrict the availability of quality public schools options, such as […continue]