State leaders stressed their commitment to keeping schools open, despite school districts delaying students’ return to classrooms.
State data shows 2,483 students tested positive for COVID over the last seven days — a 134% increase since Nov. 3.
A number of CT schools will split $1.5 million in federal relief, and students will decide how to spend it.
Connecticut’s Department of Public Health has reached out to 1,100 providers across the state.
Teacher Courtney Haskell prepares for the upcoming school year. Different from last year, students in her class will be allowed to share books in the bookshelf in the classroom. A year ago, like many districts throughout the state, the Meriden public school system was ready to re-open its doors, weary of a pandemic that had […]
In districts that aren’t offering remote learning, sending a child back to the classroom could put some families at risk.
Gov. Ned Lamont visited a school district where the superintendent says masks are not an issue.
For years Connecticut hasn’t helped towns fund many air system upgrades in schools. Does that work in times of COVID?
Administrators will be watching the numbers closely, but the plan remains to resume school full-time, in-person.
The money will help families in 15 high-needs districts transition back into schools in the fall.
Vaccinations are taking place Thursday and Friday. A second round will be scheduled in coming days.
School employees could end up on two lists, which means some vaccine might go to waste, officials said.
Superintendents say the federal funds aren’t enough, and when they dry up, they’ll be back to square one.
The state plans to divvy up $520.7 million in federal funds to help schools with the costs of the pandemic.
Miguel Cardona’s experiences in Meriden will likely be front-of-mind as he coordinates policy as U.S. Secretary of Education.