|Pryor’s listening tour has already taken him to Windham, Meriden, New Haven, Fairfield, Stamford, and New Britain.|
Conn. education commissioner seeks feedback
New leader wants to know whether agency is helping
Connecticut’s new education commissioner says he wants teachers, administrators and local school boards to offer their candid opinions on how his agency is helping or hindering their work. Stefan Pryor, who became commissioner in October, has been visiting districts statewide and continued yesterday with a stop at West Hartford’s Conard High, where he met with about a dozen teachers, administrators and guidance counselors.