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Tom Kurkoski, president of the Newtown Federation of Teachers, spoke Friday before the governor’s Sandy Hook Advisory Commission.
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.
The district is currently led by Interim Superintendent Craig Cooke.
Winter storm Janis has caused schools in town to close early.
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29 Windsor natives earned dean's list grades.
High school students can enter a PSA to promote safe driving and get in the running for $15,000 in cash prizes.
Offices will be open Fri., Jan. 3, 2014.
Thurs., Jan. 2 is a snow day for all students and staff in Windsor.
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.
Residents can share their thoughts on education funding in Windsor during multiple public forums and meetings scheduled by the district.
Windsor High's jazz quartet took to the airport to spread cheer in memory of the victims of the tragedy at Sandy Hook.
Yale's Richard C. Levin and Quinnipiac's John L. Lahey both make over a million dollars.
The district recently announced the hiring of a familiar firm to help find a new superintendent.
Schools across town are getting out early due to Tuesday's snowfall.
An overnight wintry mix and freezing temperatures have cuased delays across town.
A list of tips and ideas to help kids adapt to the new national curriculum requirements in school.