A panel discussion on changes to state funding for local education, hosted by state Sen. Bob Duff, is being held starting at 7 p.m. in Norwalk City Hall.
“This is opportunity for folks to learn more about the important changes included in this year’s bipartisan budget that delivers critical funding to our cities and towns,” said an announcement from Duff’s office.
On the panel will be Duff, Connecticut School Finance Project Director Katie Roy, Democrats for Education Reform Connecticut State Director Amy Dowell, Norwalk Federation of Teachers President Mary Yordon, and Board of Education member Barbara Meyer-Mitchell.
Duff, the majority leader in the state Senate — the No. 2 position, just below the state Senate president pro tempore — represents Norwalk and about half of Darien in the 25th district.