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Developer proposes STEM school for 723-acre IBM Somers site

Evergreen Ridge LLC presented plans to the Somers Town Board for what company principal Tim DiScipio described as a “world class” private high school.

U.S. Sen. Murphy introduces bill to strengthen school diversity

“Racial and economic isolation exists throughout the country, and Connecticut is no different,” said the Democrat in presenting his Strength in Diversity Act.

UConn Class of 2022 is school’s largest influx of freshmen

More than 4,000 of the freshmen enrolled at UConn are Connecticut residents hailing from 164 of the state’s 169 cities and towns.

BIC USA crowdfunds classroom supplies for public school teachers

"With BIC Bucks for Teachers, our presence in the classroom goes beyond our products," said Janel Lewis, director of stationery marketing for BIC USA.

Connecticut State Colleges and Universities may need $1.2B in state aid...

“We're looking at negative numbers year after year, and that's really distressing,” said Board of Regents member Richard J. Balducci. “We're in trouble.”

Trombley brings new energy to University of Bridgeport’s leadership

“The city of Bridgeport and the University of Bridgeport are truly interconnected,” said Laura Skandera Trombley, who recently became the 10th president of the school.

University of Bridgeport announces academic restructuring plan

UB President Laura Skandera Trombley praised the school for having "taken the lead in reducing administrative ranks and investing in faculty and students."

Fairfield County ranks high in new study of Connecticut school districts

The county was also represented among the lowest rankings in the 86 school districts, with Shelton (82nd place), Norwalk (83rd place) and New Fairfield (85th place).

Suite Talk: Laurence A. Caso, executive director of The Klein Memorial...

The 1,447-seat Bridgeport theater is undergoing upgrades that will enable it to host more concerts and to present special film screenings.

Rediscovering Little Liberia in Bridgeport

Maisa Tisdale, president of the Mary and Eliza Freeman Center for History and Community, wants to restore the last two surviving remnants of the 19th-century Little Liberia section of Bridgeport.

Xerox signs deal to provide print technology and equipment to schools...

The Norwalk-headquartered company signed an agreement with the Midwestern Higher Education Compact that carries into three additional educational compacts.

Sacred Heart University takes over operations of St. Vincent’s College

The new entity will be called St. Vincent’s College at Sacred Heart University and will offer Associate of Science degrees in nursing and radiography.

Fairfield University Art Museum runs the spectrum from Bellini to bullets

The new “#UNLOAD: Guns in the Hands of Artists” exhibition is the latest presentation staged by the Fairfield University Art Museum.

Sue Maxam: The path to retaining students and keeping them engaged

Student success and persistence to graduation is a top priority for institutions across the country and certainly for the many colleges in Westchester.

Angela White: What schools can do to prevent bullying

At Rising Ground’s Biondi Education Center, we work with students with emotional, behavioral, and intellectual challenges — characteristics that historically increase their chances of being targeted. Our goal is to have a bully-free campus.