The class of 2027 would be first to complete a mandatory half-credit financial literacy course if the governor signs the bill.
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.
What are charter schools? How are they funded? How many are in CT? Your questions about charter schools, answered.
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.
CT legislators’ proposed budget falls short of what’s needed to maintain current services at state colleges. Here’s what officials could cut.
Last year a complaint was filed with the state about the Killingly board of education’s previous decision to not add mental health services.
Local leaders are teaming up to pressure Gov. Ned Lamont and the General Assembly to boost funding to the state’s public education system.
Months after Stone Academy’s closure, hundreds of students who were hoping to become licensed practical nurses are stuck in limbo. Here are some of their stories.
Students and presidents protested the state budget legislators endorsed, which is $109M short of what’s needed to maintain current services.
The budget the Appropriations Committee endorsed for 2023-24 falls $109 million short of the cost needed to maintain current services.
The Danbury site was the only approved CT charter school plan left out of the proposed state budget unveiled this week.
Students who were studying practical nursing at Stone Academy haven’t been able to obtain their transcripts. Here’s why.