Pryor To Announce Education GrantsState Education Commissioner Stefan Pryor will be in New Haven at noon today to announce grants totaling more than $6 million that will be awarded by the state to help improve 29 low-performing schools across ten districts for the 2014-2015 school year.
Education Secretary In HartfordU.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is returning to Hartford.
'Reverse-Transfer' Rule Boosts Associate's Degree
State High School Graduation Rate Climbs
Conn. Schools to Compete for Technology Grant
Dropout Rates Worse, Malloy Touts Ed. ReformGov. Dannel P. Malloy says his proposed education overhaul will address Connecticut's fluctuating four-year graduation rate by improving the state's low-performing schools.
State Nutrition Advocates Push School BreakfastConnecticut school nutrition advocates said Wednesday they will once again be pushing lawmakers to expand the state's school breakfast program.
School Superintendents Propose Universal Preschool, Full-Day KindergartenDozens of Connecticut superintendents are preparing to unveil more than 150 ideas they believe would improve the state's schools.
ECSU State's Highest Minority FacultyA new study of faculty at universities nationwide says Eastern Connecticut State University has the largest percentage of minority teachers among Connecticut colleges and universities.
Schools Win Special Honors For Healthy FoodsFederal officials say 40 Connecticut schools have won special recognition for promoting good nutrition and physical activity, putting them among only 1 percent of schools nationwide receiving the honors.
Officials Gather for School Nutrition ForumDozens of Connecticut school food service directors and children's health specialists are joining state and federal officials for a conference on school nutrition programs.
State School Leaders Support Obama Jobs ActA group representing superintendents of more than 100 Connecticut school districts is urging the state's congressional delegation to support President Obama's proposed jobs bill.