The state’s largest school system is the only one yet to open in-person. Many parents don’t want that to change.
New Haven Public Schools
In New Haven schools, nearly a quarter of students aren’t fully participating
Nearly a quarter of New Haven students aren’t fully attending remote learning.
Gov. Lamont is pushing local leaders to open school buildings. CT’s largest district decided against it.
New Haven Public Schools – where one out of every 26 students in Connecticut is enrolled – is going remote.
State OKs new twist on ‘failing school’ rescue plan in New Haven
Teachers have until May 16 to decide whether they want to stay at one of New Haven’s most challenging schools as it enters its next chapter—with a new twist on how to rebuild.
New Haven evaluations push out 20 more teachers
New Haven’s method of evaluating its teachers is being closely watched elsewhere as governments seek to find the best ways to weed out low-performing teachers while helping others improve and succeed.