Agency Unable To Implement Digital Special Education FormEducation Commissioner Dianna Wentzell says her agency was unable to follow through with a 2015 state law authorizing a new digitized form that public schools can use to outline special education services.
Connecticut Boarding School Settles Sex Abuse LawsuitsA Connecticut boarding school has made payouts to settle two lawsuits by former students alleging they were sexually abused by faculty members in the 1980s, an attorney said Thursday.
Connecticut School Official Placed On Paid LeaveAn assistant principal at a Connecticut high school has been placed on leave pending separate investigations by the school district and police.
School Hires An Attorney Following Student's SuicideThe attorney for Marianapolis Preparatory School will look at its anti-bullying policies
Yale Renews Help For Employees Buying Homes In New HavenA Yale University program that helps employees buy homes in designated areas of New Haven has been extended through 2019.
School Online Learning Program Rejected Over Parent Backlash
Governor Directs Flags Lowered For Sandy Hook VictimsU.S. and State flags in Connecticut will fly at half- staff Thursday, 5 years to the day since 20 first graders and 6 educators were shot to death at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown
Report: Safety Regs After Sandy Hook Being Violated By SchoolsNearly half of Connecticut's school districts are violating state safety requirements enacted in the wake of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.
Judge: Reinstate College Frat House Revoked Over Co-ed RuleA Connecticut private liberal arts college has been ordered to reinstate a fraternity house next fall after the school revoked its status over a requirement that residential fraternities accept women.
Yale Linebacker Matthew Oplinger Wins Ivy AwardPrinceton senior quarterback Chad Kanoff and Yale senior linebacker Matthew Oplinger won the Ivy League's 2017 Football Players of the Year and Asa S. Bushnell Cup awards Monday.
College: Employee Getting Death Threats After UConn SpeechA community college employee involved in an altercation with a conservative commentator at UConn during his speech titled "It's OK To Be White" is reportedly receiving death threats.
UConn Students Call For End To Campus Hate SpeechThe call comes after an altercation during an on campus speech titled "It's OK To Be White"

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