Published February 07. 2014 6:00PM Updated February 07. 2014 11:57PM
The Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents has recognized state Sen. Andrea Stillman, D-Waterford, with the CAPSS Legislator Award for her leadership and commitment to improving public education for all students in Connecticut.
The award recognizes individuals who have made a significant contribution to the improvement of public education for all Connecticut students.
“Senator Stillman has been a champion for education reform in Connecticut and continues to provide steadfast leadership on a wide range of critical issues,” Joseph Cirasuolo, executive director of CAPSS, said Friday in a press release. “Our members appreciate Senator Stillman’s commitment to the continuous improvement of our public education system and we are delighted to recognize her.”
CAPSS is a statewide nonprofit organization that represents public school superintendents, assistant superintendents and other educational leaders across the state,
“This award means so much coming from our state’s educational leaders,” Stillman, who is chairman of the Education Committee, said in the release. “I’ve worked hard to ensure that Connecticut embraces and empowers both educators and students, and to be recognized for this advocacy is a great honor.”