I feel kind of petty blogging about this. Then I think about the readers who point out spelling, punctuation and grammar errors in my stories and the teachers who did the same and that makes it easier.
The Connecticut Education Association issued a response today to Governor Dannel Malloy’s call to focus on education reforms in 2012. The following paragraph of the group’s statement contains a punctuation error. Can you find it?:
“We could not agree more with the governor that our state’s economic future is dependent on our student’s educational outcomes. As CEA has repeatedly indicated: We live in a knowledge-based global economy, and generations of citizens—young and old—depend on our students being able to compete in a global economy.”