Robert A. Frahm, education reporter. Bob covered education for newspapers in Wisconsin and Connecticut for 36 years before retiring from the Hartford Courant. As the Courant’s chief education writer, he covered topics such as testing, teacher quality, school reform and school desegregation, including the Sheff vs. O’Neill lawsuit. He is a former board member and past president of the national Education Writers Association. Bob is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.
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