Gov. Dannel Malloy's education reform bill has been causing controversy among residents and educators across the state of Connecticut.
In response, Malloy has been holding informational meetings in cities and towns across the state for teachers, students, parents and interested individuals. On April 5, I attended one of these meetings at Ansonia High School. After arriving 15 minutes late due to traffic, Malloy mounted the podium and began his presentation about the proposed bill and then opened the floor for questions from the audience.