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Law students open academic year in new $50 million building today.
Tom Kurkoski, president of the Newtown Federation of Teachers, spoke Friday before the governor’s Sandy Hook Advisory Commission.
Students get hands-on experience in environmental science.
The first-grader lives on in school’s memory.
U.S News & World Report just released its 2014 high school rankings, and districts from the greater Hartford area and Fairfield County grabbed most of the top spots across the state.
Database and interactive map show which Connecticut schools are excelling and which are in need of review, according to the state.
Counting down the school districts with the highest cost per student in Connecticut.
Counting down the districts that spend the least per student on education.
High school students can enter a PSA to promote safe driving and get in the running for $15,000 in cash prizes.
The state's flagship university will spend $2 million to create a new master plan to improve the "look and feel" of its Storrs campus.
Yale's Richard C. Levin and Quinnipiac's John L. Lahey both make over a million dollars.
A list of tips and ideas to help kids adapt to the new national curriculum requirements in school.
The Hartford-based firm will give the university $7.5 million up front, with $2.5 million more coming in sponsored research related to UTC projects.
Meriden School Superintedent Mark D. Benigni told Congress last week that the Affordable Care Act will lead to staff cuts unless the law is changed.