H.C. Wilcox Technical High School Fails To Provide Proper Teacher For About 100 Students.

Atkinson Law, LLC has sent a demand letter to Connecticut education officials after H.C. Wilcox Technical High School has failed to provide an geometry instructor to approximately 100 high school students for over 2 months.

Attorney Cameron L. Atkinson writes: “Connecticut’s children are its most important treasure. Our state constitution recognizes that and provides for their future. To their credit, Connecticut children recognize their importance and their responsibility to prepare to be productive members of society who will make us all proud. Mr. Zandri’s daughter deserves better than a bureaucratic run-around, and both she and our state deserve far better than a game of bureaucratic roulette with her future and those of her classmates.”

The full letter is below:

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