Deep in the bowels of a building at the nation’s oldest private military academy, students from across the globe are being taught to fight the war of the future.
As Connecticut tries to close education gaps between its rich and poor children, another gap is growing between school districts that offer full-day kindergarten and those that don’t.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says there are teachers who “don’t belong” in the classroom and Connecticut needs to join other states in reforming teacher tenure rules in order to turn around low-performing schools and regain the state’s competitive edge.
A new survey of donations to colleges and universities shows 14 Connecticut schools received a combined total of more than $746 million last year.
The lawyer for a Connecticut woman charged with enrolling her son in the wrong school district says she will be pleading guilty.
The GRAMMY Foundation recently announced that GRAMMY Camp, its signature music industry camp for U.S. high school students, will take place in Los Angeles, Nashville and New York this summer.
The Connecticut Education Association is asking the general assembly to make sure that teacher reviews include more than the test scores of students. It’s one of a series of recommendations for education reform from the group.
The University of Connecticut is drafting a new policy that would require all employees to report any allegation of sexual abuse.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he will push lawmakers to allow more state intervention in troubled school districts, more autonomy for high-achieving schools, teacher evaluations that emphasize skill over seniority and other changes.
The U.S. Department of Education has denied Connecticut’s application for up to $50 million in grants to boost its early childhood education programs.