Monday, October 4, 2010


Last night, Conncan, a statewide educational advocacy group, hosted a gubernatorial debate at Macdonough School. You can go to the Middletown Eye to read more about it.

The forum was moderated by Robert Frahm of the Connecticut Mirror and Tom Monahan of NBC 30 and hosted by ConnCAN (Connecticut Coalition for Achievement Now). ConnCAN chose Macdonough as the venue for the debate because the school has made “exceptional progress” in closing the achievement gap in Middletown.

“We celebrate Macdonough School as one of the success stories in closing the achievement gap in Connecticut,” Johnston said.

He went on to describe Macdonough as “an example of what is possible in public education in Connecticut today.” (copied from the Macdonough School Blog )

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