Friday Is Move-In Day For UConn’s Freshman ClassRoughly 3,800 of UConn’s incoming freshman will be moving in to the Storrs campus Friday. More than 70 percent of freshman class are from Connecticut with the rest of the students coming from 44 different states, Puerto Rico, and 22 different countries.
UConn Opens New Residence HallThe University of Connecticut has opened its first new residence hall on over a decade.
Connecticut Sued Over Restrictions On Public School OptionsA group of parents has filed a lawsuit alleging that Connecticut's restrictions on magnet schools, charter schools and school choice programs are unconstitutional and have forced thousands of low-income and minority students to attend low-performing schools.
Malloy To Attend Opening Of UConn's New Residence HallConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will be among those in attendance for the opening of the University of Connecticut's new residence hall.
New Southern Connecticut State President Heads To WorkThe new president at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven is heading to work.
Connecticut School Threats Declining, But Still A NuisanceData from the Connecticut Department of Education shows the number of threats on schools in Connecticut has been declining in recent years.
Yale Study Identifies Cells In Placenta Susceptible To ZikaResearchers at Yale have determined which kind of cells allow the Zika virus to move from an infected mother to a fetus.
Catholic School Closes Just 2 Weeks Before New Academic YearA review finds the school is no longer financially sustainable
Fund To Provide Money To UConn-Affiliated New BusinessesThe University of Connecticut has established a $1.5 million investment fund to help members of the university community translate research breakthroughs into new Connecticut-based businesses.
U.S. Education Secretary Visits Hartford TodayU.S. Secretary of Education John King, Jr. will be in Hartford today.
Teacher Placed On Leave For Alleged Assault Of 3rd GraderA middle school teacher in Connecticut has been placed on administrative leave following allegations she assaulted a third-grade student.
Sacred Heart President Defends Decision To Host Trump EventThe president of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield says Donald Trump's planned weekend appearance is by no means a political endorsement, and the Catholic school has a long-standing policy of opening its doors to a variety of speakers and promoting an open dialogue.