Melissa In The Morning: Frustration In Our Schools

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Melissa In The Morning: Frustration In Our Schools

“We have a real human life crisis on our hands.” Find out why First Selectman Bill Gerber is most concerned about people’s health and safety when it comes to Fairfield U beach parties. Also, he shares feedback from residents weighing in on the issue and the impact on the town beaches. (0:00)

“They’re left out of the equation.” Does administration intimidation exist for school districts in Connecticut? Fran Rabinowitz, executive director of the CT Association of Public School Superintendents, says it is very possible! Hear why she says that and why many teachers are not in favor of the state’s Right to Read legislation. (15:37)

“How do I really know the way my kids are being treated?!” That’s a parent’s fear when it comes to their children in school or after school programs. We asked education consultant, Liz Englander, about signs parents should look out for with child mistreatment and questions to ask your kids. (33:49)

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