Your letter may become a public document
CT Mirror reporter Jacqueline Rabe Thomas says in an email that she requested e-mails sent to the State Department of Education in response to the state's proposed ESEA wavier under the Freedom of Information Act and was granted access to view these documents the very next day.
One of these emails was from my friend. And while he was shocked at first, he said that deep down he had a suspicion his letter might be made public. He just didn’t reflect on it until he got the reporter’s call. And when he did, he willingly spoke to the reporter and ended up being quoted in this CT Mirror story.