Connecticut educators may shake up urban schools

03/8/2007 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

Connecticut's most troubled urban schools would be reorganized under a proposal by teachers' unions, superintendents, principals and the University of Connecticut. The coalition aims to close an achievement gap that is one of the country's worst, by creating greater autonomy under a plan that emulates the successful Boston Pilot Schools program.

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