Legislators have described the mental health crisis among children as one of the most crucial priorities this session.
After initial reluctance, Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration is warming to the prospect of helping towns improve air quality in schools.
Pandemic-related issues will top the agenda for lawmakers on the education and children’s committees during the upcoming legislative session.
Gov. Ned Lamont recommended Monday that the statewide mask mandate for students and staff in school buildings cease at the end of February.
Brittany Murphree was raised in one of the most Republican counties in one of the most Republican states. She shocked friends and family when she took “Law 743: Critical Race Theory.”
A new RAND Corporation study found that 80 percent of secondary school principals experienced frequent job-related stress during the 2020–2021 school year.
Lamont first appointed Karen DuBois-Walton, of New Haven, to serve as a member of the board in June 2020.
A settlement in the Sheff v. O’Neill case could end 33 years of litigation over how to redress segregation in Hartford and suburban schools.
Earlier this week, Gov. Ned Lamont said schools should pay for air quality upgrades. Now, a top state official says an agreement is near.
A survey showed that a third of CT’s school districts say they do not have the money to maintain or improve the air quality in their schools.
Community college faculty called for stricter COVID safety standards as they return to campuses for the spring semester on Friday.
Radenka Maric, the university’s vice president for research, innovation and entrepreneurship, will take over as UConn’s interim president.
The Connecticut State Colleges and University system announced that it will begin the spring 2022 semester as originally scheduled.
State data shows 2,483 students tested positive for COVID over the last seven days — a 134% increase since Nov. 3.
Education Reform Now wants the state to bill wealthy districts and use some of the money to help poor communities.