The merger, which will create the Connecticut State Community College, is designed to address financial concerns and declining enrollment.
The Farm to School program aims to help CT students learn about fresh foods through hands-on experience in school gardens and field trips to farms.
Proposed charter schools in Norwalk and New Haven got funding in the final CT budget — but proposed schools in Middletown and Danbury did not.
A wide-ranging bill addressing some of CT’s major educational concerns received final passage on Wednesday. Here’s what it would do.
The CT Senate vote came hours after a group of advocates dressed in wedding dresses urged lawmakers to pass the bill to ban child marriages.
The Newtown board’s decision to keep the books ‘Flamer’ and ‘Blankets’ at the high school’s library comes one day after two members resigned.
CT lawmakers passed two education omnibus bills on Thursday, less than a week before the end of the CT legislative session.
A debate in Newtown over whether to remove two largely-unread books from the high school library took an abrupt turn this week.
The CT Senate’s amendment would issue reimbursement and stipends to Stone Academy students after the nursing school’s closure.
The bill would prevent CT colleges and universities from withholding transcripts over student debt in certain instances.
CT plans to create a new teacher Registered Apprentice Program, and expand existing efforts in recruitment to address an educator shortage.
Attorney General William Tong’s office says Stone Academy has only partially complied with the civil investigative demand’s request for records.
The school, which CT officials approved in 2018, is caught in the middle of debates over whether it’s a good option for struggling students.
Eight former Stone Academy students will file a lawsuit representing hundreds of people left in the lurch when the school abruptly closed.
Local leaders are teaming up to pressure Gov. Ned Lamont and the General Assembly to boost funding to the state’s public education system.