Monday, June 11, 2012

Malloy Not Backing Down On Education Reform

Three cheers for CT Gov. Dan Malloy – a Democrat! – who's standing strong against the unions and their gutless weasel lackeys in the legislature:

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy used no fighting words Tuesday but made it clear that he is not backing down on key elements of his education reform package — including a link between teacher evaluations and tenure — that were eliminated in a stripped-down education bill lawmakers approved Monday evening.

"What I like is that everyone admits that this is not a final bill," Malloy said, "and, I can assure you, it's not."

Speaking at a news conference at the Capitol, Malloy said he would not sign the bill as approved Monday by the education committee.


Malloy Not Backing Down On Education Reform

Despite Approval Of Stripped-Down Bill, Governor Still Plans To Push For Teacher Evaluations Linked To Tenure

March 27, 2012|By KATHLEEN MEGAN,, The Hartford Courant 

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