A new report praises Connecticut’s efforts to overhaul its public education system but warns more needs to be done to close the state’s achievement gap between low-income students and wealthier students.
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.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A legislative task force is recommending a new round of reforms to Connecticut’s domestic violence laws, including changes to the bail bond process. The Speaker’s Task Force on Domestic Violence unveiled […]