NORWALK — In the face of backlash from the mayor and school district leaders, the city’s chief financial officer has apologized for comments he made about education spending.
In a meeting Thursday with the joint council’s finance and claims committee, Norwalk chief financial officer Henry Dachowitz questioned the ‘return on investment’ when asked if more money could be made. added to the school budget. Dachowitz cited reports that “more than half” of Norwalk students are failing academically in subjects such as math, reading and science.
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