Education Matters

Short descriptive tagline

Malloy’s new security grant proposal would be extended to Charter Schools

|

When Gov. Dannel Malloy announced plans to budget $10 million more for school security he pointed out the new round would extend to technical high schools and interdistrict magnet schools.

State-funded charter schools will also be eligible to apply.

 Jeremiah Grace, Connecticut state director of the Northeast Charter Schools Network, sent out a statement Friday applauding the inclusion.

“ Our need for safer classrooms is the same, no matter what type of public school a child attends. Charter students are as deserving of feeling safe in the classroom as their friends down the street in traditional public schools,” Grace said.

 

 

Categories: education, General
Linda Lambeck

One Response

  1. Charter Oak says:

    Of course……Malloy will do anything to take money away from public schools and reward the coffers of his big contributor Charterizers. I can’t understand which public schools Malloy will close to pay for this gift to his friends.