School employees could end up on two lists, which means some vaccine might go to waste, officials said.
Connecticut’s seven-day rolling average of positive COVID-19 tests edged higher to 4.9% on Tuesday.
The spike in COVID infections elsewhere is expected to complicate testing in Connecticut.
The superintendent of one of the state’s lowest-performing districts said Thursday the state had declined her request to mandate training for the rancorous, locally elected school board.
Connecticut’s lowest-performing schools need great teachers and other support staff in order to improve, but education leaders from Bridgeport, East Hartford, New Britain and Windham have told a Superior Court judge that they lose waves of their best teachers each year, have trouble hiring replacements, and have too few teachers and other support staff to keep their students from falling further behind.