When educrats attack: The smearing of Armand Fusco

There are 3 comments on the Jan 15, 2008, Connecticut Post story titled When educrats attack: The smearing of Armand Fusco. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

The Nutmeg State's education monopoly has never borne criticism with aplomb. Question the efficiency and performance of government schools in Connecticut and you're likely to face the wrath of the state's most ...

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#1 Jan 17, 2008
If Fusco's accusations are wrong, then sue him. If not, then there must be fact to his findings, Right?

Newtown, CT

#2 Jan 19, 2008
The Teachers Union....Putting kids last.

Groton, CT

#3 Apr 12, 2012
Armand Fusco is one of the few heroes in the education debate. He's looking out for the kids. The teacher's unions are looking out for their wallets. We are fortunate to have his honest analysis of education issues. Otherwise the debate is dominated by the unions and their apologists who have the politicians bought off.

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