CT Post: Malloy’s budget plan tightens belt on education

Now funded at $43.7 million for 15 communities statewide, the plan would cut Priority District spending back to $42.2 million.

“I have serious concerns about such a proposal, because these cuts (in the priority grant) will specifically target Connecticut’s highest-need districts — precisely those who need it the most,” Jeffrey Villar, executive director of the Connecticut Council for Education reform, said in a prepared statement.

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