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Fairfield County localities top 2021 ranking of best CT school districts

The Shelton and Stamford school districts had the lowest numerical rankings for the county.

Three mothers launch online resource Primerrily to teach civics and history

The co-founders express concern on history offered in The New York Times' 1619 Project.

Suite Talk: Jon Winkel, executive director of The Stamford Partnership

UConn is on target to be the participating university for the new scholarship endeavor.

CT Education Commissioner Cardona reportedly eyed for Biden cabinet

Rep. Jahana Hayes is also reportedly being considered for the job.

Suite Talk: Michael Baston, president of Rockland Community College

"The most important priority is to stay healthy and to stay hopeful," said Baston.

Elizabeth J. McCormack, nun who became Manhattanville College president, dies at...

McCormack was the subject of the 2012 biography "No Ordinary Life."

San Miguel Program buys building it has been leasing

San Miguel Program in Newburgh, which has five divisions including the San Miguel Academy that are designed to break the cycle of poverty through...

New Moody’s report predicts the post-pandemic economic landscape

Moody’s did not envision a post-pandemic state of full online K-12 education.

Dalio Philanthropies sued for defamation by ex-Partnership for Connecticut chief

The Partnership for Connecticut collapsed two months after its April launch.

Charter Communications revives remote education offer

Charter also announced it would make its high-speed broadband more accessible through Spectrum Internet Assist.

IBM debuts quantum education initiative with HBCUs

The IBM-HBCU Quantum Center is a $100 million, multiyear investment.

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and family help schoolchildren in need

Rapoport tells his children to "please understand that not all kids have it like us."

Norwalk launches Connectivity Initiative to bring internet access to 1,000 families

Altice/Optimum is offering a discounted package to provide 100 Mbps of hard-wired internet connection.

Survey: Most Connecticut teachers oppose Lamont’s school reopening plans

90% of teachers said it would be difficult to ensure students wear face masks during the school day.

ICE: International students cannot pursue online-exclusive coursework

A temporary exemption was issued this spring as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.