Union: Investigate Reformers in Windham

by Categorized: Education, Gov. Dannel Malloy Date:

The local teachers union in Windham wants a \”swift and thorough review\” of state-backed education reforms implemented in the district.

\"Adamowski_200\"The union demand comes as the state board of education has renewed its oversight of the troubled school district. Steven Adamowksi, the state-appointed \”special master\” has become a lightning rod for opponents of state intervention in Windham, with critics suggesting that the real motive is merely to pad Adamowski\’s retirement package. Wouldn\’t that be interesting — Gov. Malloy and the state board of education risking all credibility in order to throw a few thousand dollars to Adamowski.

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One thought on “Union: Investigate Reformers in Windham

  1. Richard

    I want a complete and thorough investigation into the Racketeering that went on with unions and their rejection of $300 million in Federal Education money under the Race to the Top program.

    Charges should be filed. Heads should roll. RICO charges applied.

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