Justin Elicker entered the Mayor’s Office with a 100-day plan that has been sidelined by the coronavirus pandemic and the most sustained protests in recent history in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. The New Haven Mayor joined the Municipal Voice to discuss how the city has responded to the moment.
Whether schools open for in-person instruction or remote learning, the additional costs are pegged at $420 million. A survey of superintendents by the state found that just installing plexiglass, and providing every student and school employee with enough face masks and cleaning supplies is expected to cost $59 million.
Due to continuing concerns over COVID-19, CCM has postponed all of our on-site workshops through at least June. We continue to schedule webinars on a variety of topics during this time. Please check back here for updates and sessions offered. You can also view past presentations.
Two months after abandoning their private-public education partnership with the state, hedge fund giant Ray Dalio’s philanthropic group Dalio Education announced that it would work with CCM to give another shot at ensuring students across the state have access to computers and internet connectivity.
After a passionate debate about who the bill helps and hurts, the Senate gave final passage to a bill aimed at improving police accountability. The bill passed 21-15 Wednesday morning after 10 hours of debate. Some Senators were frustrated they couldn’t change the bill because the House passed it last week and adjourned.