How Will Connecticut Schools Spend $1 Billion in Coronavirus Relief Funds? Fixing Buildings, Hiring Educators and Expanding Mental Health Support Top the List.
Connecticut Officials Encourage Families to Take Advantage of Summer Enrichment Programs Aimed at Making Up for Missed Classroom Time
Hamden and New Haven Schools Expect Masks, No Vaccine Mandates
New Neighborhood Approach Started in Greenwich Helps to ‘Take Anxiety Out of Summer School’
Stamford Students ‘Loving’ New-Look Summer School, but Overhauled Program Faced Growing Pains
Memorial for Sandy Hook Massacre Victims Nears Construction
Teachers Turn to Mindfulness After a Stressful Pandemic Year
Finishing Touches Put on Tolland’s Birch Grove School
Greenwich Schools Reassigns Assistant Principal Kathleen Smith-Ramirez to North Mianus
New Assistant Principal Named for Norton, Chapman Schools in Cheshire
Digging into Questions About Masks in Schools
New London Launches Year-Round School Program for Kindergarteners, First Graders
Manchester Public Schools Plans to Offer Students Both In-Person and Remote Learning This Fall.
New London Announces Teacher, Paraprofessional of the Year
How Can Teachers Better Understand Students? A New Breed of Assessment Will Try to Help
Easton-Redding-Region 9 School District to Host Community Forums Ahead of Superintendent Hiring Process
Meriden Hosting Back-to-School Vaccination Clinics with Incentives for Students
Anxiety Builds Over Masks in Schools This Fall
SCSU Program Aims to Expose High-Schoolers to Nursing Field, Increase Diversity
Grant Helps Four Stamford Schools Offer Smoothies in the Fall
Norwalk Principal to Join Central Office in New Data Analytics Role
Torrington Parents Banding Together Against Masks in Schools
American Academy of Pediatrics Recommends Universal Masking in Schools for Everyone Older Than 2
Previewing the Black and Latino Studies Elective in Connecticut Public Schools
Where Are All the School Bus Drivers?
Facing Growth ‘Phenomenon,’ Danbury Starts to Add Classrooms to Crowded Ellsworth Avenue Elementary School
CT Towns Running Out of Time to Get Youth Vaccinated Before School Reopens
A Surge in Pandemic Fs Raises Old Concerns About Credit Recovery. Here’s How Schools Could Make It Better.
Stamford Schools Want to Know: Do You Want Remote Learning in the Fall?
Bugs, Brains and Flowers: Plainfield Central Middle School Reinvents Summer Learning
For Kids, Greenwich Library’s Innovation Lab Is About Learning, ‘but the Fun Aspect Definitely Takes Over’
Bridgeport Seeks Suggestions for Federal Relief Dollars
A New Haven Teacher Wasn’t Out for Awards. Now She Might Get a National One.
Colchester Schools to Use $2.3 Million in Grants for Program Growth, Social-Emotional Learning
Schools Are Turning Stimulus Funds Into Teacher Bonuses
An Action Plan for Confronting Chronic Absenteeism This Fall
Stamford, Norwalk High Schools Saw ‘Learning Gains’ – Not ‘Learning Loss’ – During COVID Pandemic. Here’s Why.
Hamden Mayor Adds Voice to Calls to Save Church Street School
Tolland Ed Board Considering Request to State Officials to Allow ‘Mask Optional’ for All Students
Bolton Budget Fails for Third Time
Wamogo High Likely to Remove Native American Art in Gym
Covid-19 School Mandates for Masks, Vaccines Are Blocked in More States
What the House Education Spending Bill Would Do for Schools, in One Chart
Teachers Share What They Will—and Won’t—Do Differently Under Critical Race Theory Law
Connecticut Educators Defend Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Initiatives Being Attacked as ‘Critical Race Theory’ by Conservative Groups
A ‘Super’ Summer Enrichment Program in Griswold
Misinformation About Critical Race Theory Is ‘Dividing Us,’ Easton Selectman Says
North Haven School Board Drops Indians Mascot
New Haven Parents, Kids Meet a Fitness & Reading “Challenge”
Stafford Superintendent Finds $556K Surplus
How Will Bans on ‘Divisive’ Classroom Topics Be Enforced? Here’s What 10 States Plan to Do
‘Extreme’ Chronic Absenteeism? Pandemic School Attendance Data Is Bleak, But Incomplete
Norwich Reports First COVID-19 Case in Summer School Program
Half of Schools Have Urgent Cooling and Heating Concerns, Survey Shows
Region 12 Parents Threaten to Withdraw Over Mask Mandate
Windsor High Looks at Changing Logo: School Board Will Continue Talking About Warriors Mascot
Schools Are Receiving $129 Billion in Stimulus Aid. Where Is It Going?
How Kids Benefit When Principals Get a Say in Spending Federal COVID-19 Aid
Will CT Lift School Mask Mandate? Lamont Still Unsure
COVID-19 Outbreaks Are Hitting Summer Camps, So Are Schools Going to Be Next?
Some Danbury Area Parents Ready to Remove Masks From Their Children Despite CDC Guidance
Report: Schools Found Ways to Keep Students on Track During COVID
Critical Race Theory Battles Are Driving Frustrated, Exhausted Educators Out of Their Jobs
The New Child Tax Credit Could Lift More Than 5 Million Kids Out of Poverty. Can It Help Them Learn, Too?
Virtual Charters in Hot Water Again. Accusations of Fraud Prompt $150M Lawsuit
Clinton Schools Invest in Vocational Classes for Middle and High School Students
Accessible Parking Is Offered at All Greenwich Schools, but 13 Buildings Lack Accessible Entrances
Connecticut Will Assess State COVID Rules for Schools After New Guidance from CDC Says Fully Vaccinated Students and Staff Do Not Need Masks Indoors.
State Responds to Updated CDC Guidance About Masks in Schools
The End of Remote Learning Leaves Some At-Risk Families in Connecticut Fearful of Returning to School Until All Children Are Vaccinated
Many Parents Want to Continue Remote Learning. It May Not Be So Good for Their Children.
Tears, Politics and Money: Local School Boards Around US Become Battle Zones
Kindergarten Teacher’s Aides in Stamford Cut in Half from Pre-Pandemic Number
Schools Pay a High Price for Low Teacher Salaries
Educators’ Unions Support the New Federal Recommendations for Reopening Schools.
In New Haven, Rally Target Shows Up, Talks It Out
Norwich Free Academy’s Restructured Administration Is in Place
Schools Push to Get Students Vaccinated Before the Start of Academic Year
Schools Face Unfamiliar Quandary: How Should We Spend All This Money?
CT Summer Programs See Enrollments Rise, Aided by Millions in Federal Funds
Appellate Court Upholds Right of CT Students with Disabilities
Masks and In-Person Learning Required in Salem Schools This Fall
New London’s Soto Settles in to D.C. Education Post, Rejoining Meriden’s Cardona
Middletown Superintendent Selected For National Committee
New Superintendent Starts in Andover
Torrington Police Activities League Collecting Supplies, Donations for Back to School
Time Is Running Out for Many Eligible U.S. Students to Get Fully Vaccinated Before Schools Reopen.
Greenwich Parents Say ‘Time to Act Is Now’ After Audit Calls for Fixes in Special Education Services
Ridgefield Fifth-Grader’s Invention Qualifies for Global Competition
Consultant Reports on Haddam-Killingworth Schools Superintendent Search
Teachers’ Union President: Say ‘No to Censorship, and Yes to Teaching the Truth’
Assistant Superintendent of Schools Hired in Ellington
School Projects Highlight Bond Issue in Tolland
Thousands of CT Children Are Considered Homeless. Will the Eviction Ban Expiration Worsen the Situation?
Will Danbury-Area Students Wear Masks in Schools? The Debate Heats Up.
State Data: Attendance Among Norwalk’s High-Needs Students Dropped During Pandemic
How Does the Delta Variant Figure Into Schools’ Opening Plans?
Union Will Defend Teachers in ‘Critical Race Theory’ Fights
Torrington Back-to-School Plan Focuses on Emotional Health
Library Media Department in Greenwich Schools Feels Unsung and Understaffed
Parents Discuss How Greenwich Schools Will Respond to Audit of Special Education Program
What Did Title IX Changes Just Do for Trans Students?
‘It’s So Rewarding’: New Milford Woman Named Teacher of the Year for Region 12 Schools
What’s Right With Schools: Windham High School Students Get Hands-On Experience Producing DMV Videos
‘We Are One Team’ Mural Created by Newtown Educator
Waterbury High School Students Helping NAACP, Church, City Boost COVID Vaccinations in Hard to Reach Communities
Bysiewicz Talks Kindergarten, Teens Entering Workforce Through Bristol Schools
Naugatuck Public Schools Appoints 3 New Administrators