BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Three city school officials are joining educators from around the country Wednesday at the White House, according to the Connecticut Post.
The gathering will focus on improving discipline. Talking points will include new tools, resources and best practices in the wake of a new report by the Supportive School Discipline Initiative, an agency created in 2011 by the Obama administration, reports the Connecticut Post.
Interim superintendent Fran Rabinowitz, Central principal Eric Graf and assistant superintendent Michael Mulford will be representing the district in a meeting aimed at stopping the school-to-prison pipeline through safe, supportive environments, the Post said.
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