Education

Connecticut Schools Begin Cutbacks In Anticipation Of Reduced State Aid

Apr 26, 2018
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Connecticut cities and towns are cutting their education budgets in response to cuts in state education aid. In November, the State reduced education aid by $58 million.

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Connecticut Dreamers have finally gotten what they’ve long lobbied state lawmakers for…the passage of a bill that allows undocumented students to qualify for the state’s system of financial aid at public colleges and universities.

Anthony Moaton

New Haven schools are facing a $6.6 million deficit this year, which may lead to closings and firings before summer starts. 

Long Island Remains Hotbed Of The Opt-Out Movement

Apr 18, 2018
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Nearly 50 percent of eligible students on Long Island have opted out of the statewide English Language Arts exam this year. It's the fifth year in a row that students have opted out in large numbers.

Anthony Moaton


For more than a decade, The Legend of Miss Kendra has been told in New Haven schools to students of all ages to help them overcome adversity…and now it's becoming a book. 

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