Conn. set to consider reforms proposed by school leaders

School superintendents in Connecticut are proposing a package of reforms that include consolidating some of the state's school districts, creating a choice system by which students could attend traditional, charter or magnet schools, and testing students according to a more individualized schedule. The wide-reaching proposals come as Gov. Dannel Malloy has said he plans to prioritize education reform in the upcoming legislative session.

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