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May 20, 2013; Updated: 10:03 am
Connecticut College commencement speaker tells 443 graduates to learn from failing and never let it stop them.
PHOTO GALLERY - Connecticut College commencement
May 20, 2013; Updated: 12:21 am
Norwich elementary school students get ready to perform at Mystic Seaport's Sea Music Festival next month.
May 20, 2013; Updated: 11:59 pm
The school’s board’s Policy Committee is creating a policy that will spell out what type of offenses will bar seniors from participating in their graduation ceremony including incidents that take place off campus and on weekends.
May 20, 2013; Updated: 11:19 pm
A school board committee is considering a policy that would prohibit people from complaining about school employees during board meetings, and warn speakers they could be held “legally responsible” if their comments defame or invade the...
May 19, 2013; Updated: 11:59 pm
As the city makes its transition to an all-magnet school district, members of the Board of Education are seeking input from parents on the change and will welcome questions on magnet schools at a forum scheduled for Tuesday.
May 19, 2013; Updated: 11:49 pm
Illustrator Tim O'Brien, left, delivers the commencement address Saturday as the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts hold a graduation ceremony for the Class of 2013 on the college's campus in Old Lyme. Recipients of bachelor of fine arts degrees are:...
May 18, 2013; Updated: 11:41 pm
Lynn Malerba, the first female chief in the history of the Mohegan Tribe, urged the graduates of Mitchell College Saturday to never lose their enthusiasm for the things they love.
May 18, 2013; Updated: 12:06 am
The school district administration is proposing moving the Coastal Connections work study program to Niantic Center School and will hold an information session on the proposal Monday.
May 17, 2013; Updated: 12:36 am
The school district will save $500,000 in transportation and tuition costs when nine special education students graduate in June, and the district plans to spend that money on support staff for an additional special education program at the high...
May 16, 2013; Updated: 12:06 am
Representative Town Meeting on Wednesday approved a $73.6 million education budget for the coming fiscal year which cuts 80 positions but still represents a 1.4 percent increase over the current year’s spending.
May 16, 2013; Updated: 8:03 pm
The Board of Education took another look Tuesday at options for the district’s elementary-school facilities, from constructing a new complex to renovating two of the buildings.
May 15, 2013; Updated: 5:08 pm
Superintendent Abby Dolliver announced her choices for three elementary school principal positions Tuesday, all three coming from within the public school system.
May 15, 2013; Updated: 12:00 am
Wheeler High School officials have finalized plans to lower the out-of-district tuition rate in an effort to draw more students and create an additional revenue source for the town.
May 14, 2013; Updated: 1:08 am
Sophomores at Ledyard High School write about their personal experiences with mental illness as part of an essay contest.
May 13, 2013; Updated: 11:39 pm
The agreement that led to the rehiring of fired New London Police Officer Joshua Bergeson earlier this month calls for his immediate termination should he violate any policy regarding attendance within the next three years, according to details of...
May 13, 2013; Updated: 11:03 am
As part of Stonington High School’s Health and Awareness Day on Monday, May 20, sophomores will have the opportunity to meet with a variety of wellness professionals in small groups to learn about careers in the fields that interest them.
May 13, 2013; Updated: 12:16 am
In 12 separate commencement events, approximately 7,000 students were awarded undergraduate or graduate diplomas at the University of Connecticut’s graduation ceremonies this weekend
May 13, 2013; Updated: 11:38 pm
Norwich native returns to the region to teach teachers how to get student excited about math.
May 12, 2013; Updated: 12:45 am
Students, both past and present, told those gathered to honor retiring president Grace Sawyer Jones and commemorate the history of Three Rivers Community College how the institution inspired them to pursue their dreams.
May 11, 2013; Updated: 11:41 pm
Sixty-five University of Connecticut graduates were honored Friday before a crowd of about 400 during a special graduation celebration at the Groton campus.
PHOTO GALLERY - Avery Point celebration
May 10, 2013; Updated: 12:01 am
Some community leaders say that Grace Sawyer Jones, the school’s outgoing president, is the only person who could have accomplished the merger of two community college programs onto one Norwich campus
May 9, 2013; Updated: 12:16 am
Police and school officials detailed a $63,000 proposal to the Board of Finance Wednesday night to continue an increased police presence in the town’s public and private schools, and to hold training sessions to assess the town’s...
May 9, 2013; Updated: 12:15 am
To meet today’s deadline, Board of Education members on Wednesday reluctantly approved a draft of the district’s revised evaluation plan for teachers and administrators, which builds upon the two plans that were overhauled nearly three...
May 9, 2013; Updated: 12:01 am
At a conversation about school culture held by the Montville school district Wednesday night, participants agreed that two major concerns are the use of technology by children and the lack of a strong community in the town.
May 8, 2013; Updated: 11:42 pm
Struggling students starting high school here in the fall will be able to take advantage of several new classes designed to help them get back on track.