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A Connecticut high school principal has apologized for plagiarizing a letter sent to parents. 

 

The Hartford Courant reports Somers High School Principal Gary Cotzin said Monday his letter describing plans to allow students to leave class for a national school walkout on gun violence was ``predominantly copied from another high school.'' 

 

A similar issue happened in Ridgefield, where a student realized parts of a letter sent to parents and staff by the Superintendent were the same as a letter sent by the West Hartford superintendent.  Karen Baldwin was placed on administrative leave and the Board of Ed is evaluating whether she should resign.

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