A local high school teacher and his students are helping healthcare workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Capitol Report: VP of CT’s American Federation of Teachers on how educators feel about possibly returning to classrooms in the fall
How do teachers feel about the possibility of returning to the classroom in two months? Mary Yardon, Divisional Vice President of Connecticut’s American Federation of Teachers, joins the panel to talk about the new plan and what teachers are demanding ahead of the transition back to the classroom.
Hamden High School teachers celebrate graduating seniors with social distance celebration in school parking lot
An incredible senior sendoff at Hamden High School Wednesday afternoon. Teachers gathered at the school and cheered on the class of 2020 as students drove around honking their horns and waving goodbye.
HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — One Hamden school principal is not letting his staff’s hard work of planning and teaching classes through distance learning go unnoticed. In honor of National Teacher Appreciation Week earlier this month, Principal of Spring Glen School Howard Hornreich traveled around New Haven County to deliver and post signs of appreciation in […]
NORTH BRANFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Teachers across Connecticut are working harder than ever to make sure their students are getting the education they deserve while living under the extraordinary circumstances we are currently in. And, the parents of those students want to make sure the work of the teachers is not going unnoticed. Had it […]
State Dept. of Education releases guidelines for 2020-2021 school year; online learning listed as an option for students
The Connecticut State Department of Education has released new guidelines for the 2020-2021 school year following last week’s announcement of the reopening of schools.
Monday’s High School Senior Send-Off features Julia Lockery from North Haven High School.
As schools consider how and when to reopen their buildings during the pandemic, many are finding themselves overwhelmed by the potential expenses that would come with operating under social distancing guidelines: protective equipment, staff for smaller classes and additional transportation to keep students spread out on bus rides. The burdens loom large in particular for […]
Some lawmakers and teachers are unhappy with the state’s new guidance for going back to school in the fall.
Puerto Rico’s governor is promising wage increases for teachers, police officers, firefighters and other public workers, unveiling a government budget bigger than the one submitted by a federal control board that oversees the island’s finances.