Orlando Valentin, Jr., of Meriden, a student at the University of Connecticut, has become the third Meriden resident to be honored by the Alma Exley Scholarship Program, which promotes greater diversity in the teaching profession.
Despite widespread pushback, including a letter from two members of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, the University of Connecticut will be opening the doors of a learning community for African American freshman and sophomore males.
Our alumni, faculty, and students reflect on their experience in the Neag School in this special video segment. Video produced by Charter & Oak Media Collective.
Congratulations to the Class of 2016! #UConn16
Norris Elementary and Langford schools have doubled the number of students meeting grade-level literacy goals, according to Reps. Jason Rojas and Jeff Currey.
The Queen Rania Teacher Academy (QRTA) launched its Advanced Leadership Diploma Programme for school principals. The programme is implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Education, the University of Jordan and the University of Connecticut, according to a QRTA statement.
Check out the schedule of events as well as all other details – including information on guest tickets, parking, live streaming, and more – for the Neag School’s 2016 Commencement Weekend.