Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Monday that he wants to increase funding for towns and cities under the Education Cost Sharing grant by $150 million over the next two years. Malloy said Tuesday that this will boost state appropriation for schools to 117 cities and towns and to the 30 additional needy schools.
With each day seemingly bringing an announcement of new state funding under Gov. Malloy, tomorrow we will learn how the governor plans to pay for all this.