Gov. Malloy to address new state law increasing diversity in the classroom

BLOOMFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) – Gov. Dannel Malloy will hold a news conference Thursday to highlight the enactment of a new state law aimed at increasing diversity in the classroom.

Gov. Malloy will hold that news conference at a middle school in Bloomfield Thursday morning along with the State Department of Education Commissioner, Dianna Wentzell.

Immediately following the news conference, they will join a group of lawmakers, teachers, school administrators and community leaders, including 2016 National Teacher of the Year Jahana Hayes, for a roundtable discussion about ways the state can continue advancing these efforts.

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