An influx of students showed up in crisis at school in recent months, and the trend continued into the school year.
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.
Gov. Ned Lamont says students exposed to COVID-19 in the classroom can be screened, not quarantined.
In Connecticut, 277,630 children in that age bracket now qualify for the immunization.
Connecticut’s new public health commissioner supports a vaccine mandate for children once it receives full FDA approval. She’s not alone.
Nearly 15% of the students enrolled at Connecticut community colleges have received non-medical exemptions from the system’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, a rate that administrators suggested could be brought down with efforts to educate students about the vaccine. Of the 37,116 students enrolled at the state’s community colleges this semester, 71% are fully or partially vaccinated; 5,479 […]
Some 227 bus drivers are refusing to get vaccinated or take the tests.
A coalition of municipalities, teachers, others challenged Gov. Ned Lamont to enhance state funding to improve school air management systems.
The accusation persists that teachers striving to help students understand racism in America are using Critical Race Theory.
Teacher Courtney Haskell prepares for the upcoming school year. Different from last year, students in her class will be allowed to share books in the bookshelf in the classroom. A year ago, like many districts throughout the state, the Meriden public school system was ready to re-open its doors, weary of a pandemic that had […]
A flawed program left many borrowers facing financial hardship from student loans they were legally entitled to have dismissed.
As the delta variant threatens to send students back to remote learning, students with disabilities could miss the most school.
Katsouleas’ departure was “about politics, about personalities … about all those things,” said state Sen. Derek Slap, D-West Hartford.
Students across Connecticut lost ground academically during the pandemic, according to data released by the state Department of Education.