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Connecticut on the naughty list: our schools aren’t nice to our kids

The unfortunate consequence of Connecticut’s policy choices is that children who are born and raised in low-income households face daunting challenges and, research shows, have trouble overcoming them. While Connecticut’s overall student performance appears strong (87% graduation rate), the achievement gap betrays the truth; upper class families boost overall numbers and urban youth are left stranded in poor educational environments.

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Connecticut’s Fixed Costs Drive Budget Deficit in 2020 and Beyond

What are the major cost driver's of Connecticut's deficit in 2020?

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