By Register Staff
HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will be stopping in Ansonia to discuss his education overhaul proposals.
Malloy and Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman will meet with parents, teachers and others during a town hall-style meeting Thursday night at Ansonia High School. It’s the governor’s 10th stop on a statewide tour promoting his education proposals.
Malloy is pushing an education reform package this legislative session that includes expanding access to early childhood education, changing teacher tenure and closing the state’s achievement gap.
Large crowds have turned out to discuss the governor’s proposals and their effects at previous meetings.
Malloy’s office says the governor will continue to tour the state on the issue until the General Assembly passes legislation that addresses his education proposals.
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