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Bridgeport’s Caroline House empowers immigrant women with English fluency

The Bridgeport nonprofit has been helping immigrant women for a quarter-century.

Jack Welch, former General Electric chief executive, dies at 84

His 30-year leadership tenure was marked with significant corporate expansions and equally dramatic workforce layoffs.

Suite Talk: Seamus Carey, president of Iona College

"It is a privilege and a blessing to be at Iona," said Carey/..

Banking exec John Traynor: Connecticut can learn from Massachusetts

"When unemployment goes down and then starts going up, you generally have a recession soon thereafter," Traynor warned.

Fairfield County dominates 2020 list of CT’s best school districts

Shelton was the lowest ranked Fairfield County school district, coming in 84th place.

UConn Stamford unveils digital technology center

Synchrony provided the school with a $1 million donation to its Connecticut Commitment initiative.

UConn approves five-year, 23.3% tuition hike

UConn stressed the annual increases were significantly lower than the 2015 plan that raised in-state tuition by $950 for the 2019-20 semester.

Fairfield County dominates top rankings of Connecticut school districts

Westport's school district ranked first while Shelton's ranked 84th.

A dean’s farewell: John Chalykoff on leaving the Welch College of...

"The next person is going to have exciting opportunities," said the retiring dean.

Two Coyotes Wilderness School turns nature into a classroom

Founded in 2000, the school uses the outdoors as the classroom for today’s digitally focused children.

Fairfield University project tracks Bridgeport’s community gardens

"Sometimes people need a unifier, and in many ways the community gardens are," said Fairfield University's Joseph Delgado.

NYMC to receive $925K in bioterrorism and disaster response training funds

NYMC has committed to funding renovation of the facility housing the center to create additional space for classroom learning along with hands-on training for disaster and terrorism events.

Norwalk’s 25 Van Zant St. makes new push for educational tenants

The 265,000-square-foot commercial property was built in 1923 as a hat manufacturing facility.

Gov. Ned Lamont proposes incentives to boost minority teacher ranks

The governor said his efforts were designed to fuel "the important conversation on recruiting more teachers of color."

Report cites U.S. Rep. Jahana Hayes’ $115K+ student loan debt burden

Hayes said that "my salary as a teacher would not yield an equal return on my investment."