In Connecticut, the trial judge refused to order the state to ensure adequate resources in schools, though determining constitutional adequacy was his responsibility. 'This is the same decision that the NY Times treated as historic. Apparently, no one at the Times actually read the decision where this judge issued far-reaching orders involving elementary and high school education and teacher evaluations. He also aired abhorrent views toward children with disabilities! This column addresses his orders regarding elementary education. Judge Moukawsher’s proposal not only threatens to hinder development for our neediest children. It is not even an effective way to teach reading.”Read the rest of Ms Lecker's analysis. This is the same decision that the New York Times treated as historic. Apparently, no one at the Times actually read the decision.'