Policy forum: making sense of remedial education reform

Save the date! CAHS will be hosting a forum on remedial education reform and college access on March 21st. We will be presenting our latest report on Connecticut´s developmental education reform, PA 12-40, with a special focus on its impact on low-income and adult students.

Confirmed speakers:

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The forum will take place March 21st from 11 am to 1 pm in the Capitol in Hartford, Room 310 (Old Judiciary Room). 

We are still waiting for confirmation from some legislators and speakers. Click here to add it to your calendar.  RSVP via e-mail here, or on our Facebook event page.

 

About Roger Senserrich

Roger is CAHS' policy coordinator, and directs the Access Benefits project, a program dedicated to streamlining the process of applying for public benefits. He has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, and a master’s degree in Social Studies from the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. He also blogs (in Spanish) on his free time at politikon.es
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