The state’s school superintendents have cooked up the latest in a series of high-profile plans to reform education in the state.
Their plan is ambitious and far reaching, including changes to testing, teaching and teacher tenure. Most importantly, perhaps are goals to offer more flexibility for both school districts and individual student learning plans.
Among the other recommendations? Universal Preschool and development of new relationships between superintendents and school boards.
Today, where we live, representatives of the Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents will join us to discuss the plan. We’ll also be joined by one of Connecticut’s largest teachers unions.
And, we want to hear from you - what do hear in this plan that you’d like to see implemented? What are the biggest changes that need to come to public education?