The Connecticut branch of the NAACP said those involved “must be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law.”
Teens in Killingly say they have become their own mental health advocates after their Board of Education rejected a free school-based mental health center.
Officials with Southington Public Schools say they support a high school English teacher who used a vocabulary list including terms like cisgender, transgender and white privilege.
A number of CT schools will split $1.5 million in federal relief, and students will decide how to spend it.
The school, which is mainly remote, attracts a wide array of learners who seek a flexible academic environment.