What We're Reading
The past week's most important articles concerning
Lawmakers commit $355 million in new money for education over next two years
Childcare providers worry their money held hostage by politics
Omnibus policy bill ends health program launched by former Gov. Rell
Connecticut's economic trend worst in nation
Medicaid and food stamp delays: Is the problem the people or the process?
Children respond to Newtown tragedy through art
Charter schools suspend elementary students twice as much
Charter suspension rate prompts call to action
Why some schools want to expel suspensions
Mothers are the sole or primary provider in four-in-ten households with children
Many dropouts try—and fail—to return to school
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