Fleury To Take Over As Chairman of Board of RegentsThe Board of Regents for Higher Education in Connecticut has a new chairman.
SCSU Announces Presidential FinalistsThe search for a new president of Southern Connecticut State University is down to three finalists.
Future Of Hartford School UncertainWhat will happen to Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School in Hartford's North End? That's what parents, students and teachers are demanding to know from the city and school board.
Hartford Schools Chief Says Investment Leaves Some BehindThe Hartford superintendent says some city schools are being left behind by investment in schools involved in a landmark desegregation effort.
DATTCO School Bus Drivers In Hartford Stage One-Day StrkeDATTCO School bus drivers in Hartford plan to walk off the job for one day on Tuesday after rejecting a tentative contract agreement with the bus company.
Program Offers College Scholarships To Immigrant StudentsEastern Connecticut State University is joining with a national scholarship program to increase college opportunities for immigrant students living in the United States without permanent legal status.
Capital Prep Founder To Oversee Diddy's SchoolCapital Prep leader Steve Perry, who founded Capital Prep Magnet School in Hartford will oversee music mogul's new school in New York.
Educational SWAT TeamsThe two remaining candidates for the Democratic nomination for President met in Flint Michigan last night. One of the key topics was, as is increasingly the problem in urban school districts was the lack of progress made by students.
Union Seeks To Unlink Test Scores, Teacher EvaluationsThe state's largest teachers union is supporting legislation that would unlink teacher evaluations and student standardized-test results.
Officials Decide Ex-Principal Should Lose LicenseState education officials have voted to revoke the teaching license of a former Bridgeport principal who was caught on camera dragging kindergarten children down a hallway.
Connecticut Education Officials Curb Time Spent On TestingConnecticut education officials are curbing the amount of time third- to eighth-grade students spend on standardized tests.
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