A proposal to expand Connecticut’s charter schools would cost some of the state’s most impoverished cities more than $1 million annually, a potential source of friction as lawmakers prepare to tackle education reform ideas.
A weak economy is expected to reduce funding, revenue and tourists at next year’s festival of tall ships in New London.
Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman says Connecticut stands to lose about half of the Homeland Security funding cities have received in recent years.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he is continuing to press officials in Washington to award Connecticut at least $100 million in federal rail funding that Florida’s governor has rejected.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ With limited money at stake, tensions are rising over how to overhaul Connecticut’s method of sharing local public school costs. One idea is to reallocate some money to follow students who […]
By STEPHANIE REITZ, Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Calvin Brown’s classmates at Bristol Eastern High School might not know the minutiae of school funding, but they do notice as class sizes creep up and […]