Sunday, November 10, 2013

Landmark Connecticut education suit’s namesake, ‘P.J.’ now works 2 jobs

By Regina Galluzzo
Special to the New Haven Register

On the sidewalk-lined streets of West Hartford, 6-year-old Patrick Jordan waited alongside his brother, sister and other neighborhood children at the bus stop.
These same kids who were in his classes also participated in Boy Scouts and religion classes with Patrick. They were his friends.
But without the determination of his parents, he would have been picked up separately, by a different-looking bus and taken to a school much farther away.
The year was 1991.

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