Preston C. Green III, Bruce Baker and Joseph Oluwole’s article, entitled “Having It Both Ways: How Charter Schools Try to Obtain Funding of Public Schools and the Autonomy of Private Schools,” explains how charters use “their hybrid characteristics to obtain the benefits of public funding while circumventing state and federal rights and protections for employees and students that apply to traditional public schools.”
Norwalk Public Schools (Neag alum selected as school’s new principal)
Graduates of Bulkeley High School looked forward as they crossed the stage on Thursday, encouraged by peers and educators to never give up in the face of challenges. Principal Gayle Allen-Greene said she was at a crossroads, just like the students, as she is retiring this year after 20 years at Bulkeley, and 37 years in the Hartford public schools.
Sabin Loveland, principal at Global Experience Magnet School for the last six years, has accepted the principal’s position at Wamogo Regional High School, in Litchfield County.
The Advanced Instructional Leadership Professional Diploma program was launched in May 2016 by the Queen Rania Teacher Academy in cooperation with the University of Jordan. This multiparty collaboration was developed and realized by the University of Connecticut, the Ministry of Education, and Global Affairs Canada.
Review the Director of Assessment, Accountability, and Accreditation job posting here.
The University of Connecticut’s Neag School of Education is teaming up with the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center and the Upstander Project for a new professional development project.
A Redding principal will take over the top position at Noah Wallace School on July 1, Farmington public schools announced. Carrie Wessman Huber, current principal of Redding Elementary School, was selected at the end of a national search to replace Kelly Sanders, who served as principal of Noah Wallace for four years.
Trump’s proposed cuts to career and technical education offer an illustrative example of the economic consequences of reducing social spending.
Congratulations to our Neag School alumni, faculty, staff, and students on their continued accomplishments inside and outside the classroom.