Textbook Removed From 4th Grade ClassA social studies textbook that says some slaves in Connecticut were cared for like family members is being pulled from fourth-grade classrooms in Norwalk.
School Principal ResignsArrested after he was suspected of taking photos of young girls in Hartford store
Connecticut Officials Seek Dismissal Of School Choice SuitConnecticut officials are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the state's restrictions on magnet schools, charter schools and school choice programs.
School Sweep Nets Troopers One ArrestState Police say a joint effort between them and surrounding towns police forces in eastern Connecticut was conducted today and turned up one arrest.
Yale Introduces New Mascot, Handsome Dan XVIIIYale University has introduced its new mascot, just in time for Saturday's rivalry football game with Harvard.
Data Suggests School Absenteeism DownNew state data show chronic absenteeism at Connecticut's schools has declined.
University Of St. Joseph Mulls Going CoedA women's college in Connecticut could soon begin enrolling men as it deals with a decline in enrollment.
Community Colleges Coordinate Efforts To Combat Sex AssaultConnecticut's 12 community colleges are launching a new coordinated effort to combat sexual assault on campus.
Swim Coach ReinstatedA longtime high school swim coach in Connecticut who was placed on leave when several of his swimmers became sick after practicing in an improperly chlorinated pool has been reinstated.
North Branford Teacher Named State Teacher Of The YearNorth Branford High School biology teacher Lauren Danner has been named Connecticut's 2017 Teacher of the year.
UConn Provost Headed To MissouriAn announcement is scheduled Wednesday in Jefferson City , Missouri
Yale Plans Admissions ExpansionYale University will be accepting more undergraduate students this year, but don't expect it to be any easier to get in.