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.
Regents Adopt Formal Process For Community College Armed PoliceThe Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education has adopted a formal process to approve armed police on community college campuses.
New Britain Teacher Wins Prestigious HonorFor 30 years, the Milken Educator Awards have singled out teachers from coast-to-coast who go above and beyond in the classroom and among their colleagues.
NAACP: Closing Hartford Schools Would Violate Student RightsThe local branch of the NAACP is telling Hartford leaders that proposals to close schools in the city's north end would violate the rights of black and Latino students.
Choate Hires Lawyer To Look Into Sex Misconduct AllegationsChoate-Rosemary Hall has hired an attorney to look into allegations of sexual misconduct by faculty at the school in the early 1990s.
Clown Mask Spawns Lockdown, Arrests In New BritainNew Britain police say a vehicle beeping its horn and blasting music on the New Britain High School campus contained a passenger wearing a clown mask-- prompting an hour-long lockdown at the school Thursday morning.
Regents To Vote On Student InsuranceThe Board of Regents for Higher Education is set to vote on a proposal next week that could see the elimination of the mandatory health insurance plan offered to state university students.
Study: Hunger Concerns For One In Five College StudentsA new report suggests hunger may threaten as many as 20-percent of college students.
Report Makes Recommendations For Math Education ImprovementStandarized testing shows Connecticut students in the middle of the pack in math compared to students in other states
Charter School Advocates Call For Fair FundingAdvocates of charter schools in Connecticut gathered at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford Wednesday to call for fair funding.
Yale University To Honor First Black StudentYale University is honoring its first black student by naming a classroom in his honor.
New Haven Officials: Clown Social Media Posts No Laughing MatterA school district is banning clown costumes and any "symbols of terror" during this year's Halloween season as authorities investigate the authenticity of clown-related social media posts.

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