School spending in CuriousCT spotlight
In our latest round of CuriousCT voting, readers selected this question submitted by Jim Miller: "I would like to know how current levels of school spending break down between facilities, teachers, admin and special ed programs, for each existing school district."
Staff Writer Erica Moser, assisted by other reporters, is working on answering that question, and an article should appear sometime next week. Reporters also are working to answer readers' questions on the Bulkeley House on Bank Street in New London, the abandoned drive-in movie theater off Route 32 in Montville, the former old Tim Hortons building on Route 1 in Pawcatuck and the retail strip in Groton.
In the meantime, visit bit.ly/CuriousCT to read past stories and to submit a question that you'd like us to answer.
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