Democrats for Education Reform announced Wednesday that Malloy is joining a new incarnation of the board in 2019, when he leaves office. The two-term Democrat, who did not seek re-election in 2018, proposed a wide-ranging school reform initiative in 2012 that was met with opposition from many unionized teachers.
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His position on the board is unpaid.
Amy Dowell, the organization’s Connecticut state director, says Malloy’s presence on the board “raises the profile of education issues we care about.”
A compromise version of Malloy’s bill ultimately included greater accountability and support for low-performing school districts, more pre-school slots and more funding for charter schools.