Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is discussing his proposal to spend more than $134 million on the newly consolidated Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system.
Connecticut is second in the country in the percentage of its public high school graduates passing Advanced Placement exams.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is returning to Hartford.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ School across Connecticut can compete for $10 million in state funds to help bring more computers into classrooms and increase Internet bandwidth capacity. Districts have until Aug. 12 to submit their […]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ More than a dozen state and national education reform experts are gathering for a symposium hosted by the Hartford Public Schools. Wednesday’s event at The Bushnell will highlight efforts to locate […]
WASHINGTON (AP) _ A U.S. Education Department study says the high school graduation rate nationally is the highest since 1976, but more than a fifth of students fail to get a diploma in four years. […]
Connecticut lawmakers have given final legislative approval to a wide-ranging bill that attempts to overhaul the state’s public education and attempt to close one of the nation’s largest achievement gaps between rich and poor.
Connecticut senators on Tuesday morning approved a series of education proposal championed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.
Dozens of education leaders from Connecticut secondary schools, colleges and universities are gathering to discuss ways to ensure students are well-prepared for higher education and careers after high school.