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Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy says the State Supreme Court decision on the state’s landmark education funding case should not stop policymakers from continuing to look for ways to close the achievement gap.

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Connecticut's Supreme Court has rejected a claim that the state's educational funding formula is unconstitutional. 

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In an effort to cut costs, the Connecticut towns of Monroe and Easton have joined talks with nine other school districts to consider regionalizing their resources.

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The New York State Education Department says the number of students receiving Advanced Regents diplomas on Long Island has increased, as have Common Core test scores.

House Bill Would End Federally Subsidized College Loans

Dec 18, 2017
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U.S. Representative Joe Courtney, D-CT2, is warning that a bill being considered in Congress would make it more difficult for Americans to afford college. The Republican-backed PROSPER Act would end federally subsidized student loans. It was approved by the House Committee on Education and the Workforce last week.