Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he hopes for “major steps” in the next legislative session on improving evaluation procedures for Connecticut’s public school teachers.
Almost 100 newly certified Connecticut teachers who wanted to enter the profession from other fields are ready to step in front of the classroom.
Mold concerns at a Connecticut high school have prompted several teachers to file workers’ compensation claims, and one says she is considering a lawsuit.
A plan to start overhauling the way Connecticut’s teachers are evaluated is drawing mixed reviews.
BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) _ A memo sent by the superintendent of schools in Bristol has rankled some teachers as well as some officials in the Connecticut State University system. Superintendent Philip Streifer urged school administrators […]