School Allows Girl, Planned Parenthood Sticker, To StayA Roman Catholic school in Connecticut that told a student she would have to leave school if she kept a Planned Parenthood sticker on her laptop has reversed course.
Quinnipiac University Names New PresidentJudy Olian will become the school's first female president when she takes over for John Lahey, who will retire at the end of June
CT Supreme Court Asked To Reconsider Ruling On State Education FundingA coalition of cities, towns, parents and public school students is planning to ask the Connecticut Supreme Court to reconsider its ruling that the state's education funding system is constitutional.
Central Connecticut Cutting Golf, Scholarships To Save MoneyCentral Connecticut State University has announced it will eliminate its men's and women's golf teams as part of an effort to ensure it can sustain a Division I athletics program.
Teen Accused Of Bringing Gun To School, Bragging OnlinePolice say a 15-year-old accused of bringing a gun to a Connecticut high school and boasting about it online has been charged.
Agency Unable To Implement Digital Special Education FormEducation Commissioner Dianna Wentzell says her agency was unable to follow through with a 2015 state law authorizing a new digitized form that public schools can use to outline special education services.
Connecticut Boarding School Settles Sex Abuse LawsuitsA Connecticut boarding school has made payouts to settle two lawsuits by former students alleging they were sexually abused by faculty members in the 1980s, an attorney said Thursday.
Connecticut School Official Placed On Paid LeaveAn assistant principal at a Connecticut high school has been placed on leave pending separate investigations by the school district and police.

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