Connecticut officials said 89 school districts will split nearly $4 million to offer more dual credit classes, which offer students college credit.
CT school staff are looking for innovative ways to engage students and measure achievements.
The story of mathematician George Dantzig illustrated CT education commissioner Charlene Russell-Tucker’s vision for the new school year.
PROUD Academy, a private school in Ansonia for LGBTQ+ students and allies, will begin teaching seventh- and eighth-graders in the fall.
Students will learn banking, investing, saving, and the impact of credit cards. The requirement will become effective for freshman this fall.
CT school districts have come up with creative ways to use summer school programs to combat learning loss and refocus struggling students.
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 Newtown board’s decision to keep the books ‘Flamer’ and ‘Blankets’ at the high school’s library comes one day after two members resigned.
A debate in Newtown over whether to remove two largely-unread books from the high school library took an abrupt turn this week.
The number of students experiencing homelessness in Connecticut this year could be the highest it’s been since 2017-18, an official said.
With chronic absenteeism still a challenge in school districts across CT, some schools are finding creative ways to keep students engaged.
The bill would require local school districts to develop at least 18 hours of professional development for paraeducators.
Facing pressure, members of the Education Committee reluctantly approved measures addressing the Sheff v. O’Neill settlement agreement.