Iowa defeated Boston College 27-20 on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium in the Pinstripe Bowl to close out its season in style.
We asked 106 education experts to answer one question: “What are your thoughts on the future of education?” In part 1 of this series, we will focus on the future of K-12.
Former UConn women’s soccer goalkeeper Emily Armstrong announced she signed with Icelandic soccer club IBV for the 2018 season in the Úrvalsdeild kvenna, Iceland’s top women’s soccer league.
Bob Bonn has always felt a tremendous desire to succeed. Winston Churchill taught him why.
Michael P. Alfano will be the next dean of the Isabelle Farrington College of Education. He comes to us from the role of dean, School of Education and Professional Studies, at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) in New Britain.
The first time in my career that I received in-depth training in how to teach gifted students correctly was at a training called “Confratute” at the University of Connecticut. It was amazingly motivational and thoroughly informative, and I returned to my school district raring to get started, as correctly as possible.
Shaun Dougherty, a UConn professor of education and public policy, said the ingredients for school-age growth are present in Rocky Hill — an increasing number of households, above-average household income, home prices at the median or slightly above it, yet not high enough to discourage people from moving in.
Joseph J. Masi was selected by the Connecticut Association of Schools as the 2018 High School Assistant Principal of the Year. In addition, he was chosen to be Connecticut’s candidate for the NASSP National Assistant Principal of the Year Award.
With the departure of President Will Arvelo from Great Bay Community College (GBCC) to become Economic Development Director for the State of New Hampshire, the Community College System of New Hampshire (CCSNH) board of trustees has approved the appointment of Dr. Susan Huard as interim president of GBCC while the college conducts a search for a successor to Arvelo. Huard is currently president of Manchester Community College, also part of the CCSNH, and will remain in that position, temporarily dividing her time between the two colleges.
Bridget Carnemolla, the head of the Watertown schools since 2014, has been appointed as the new school superintendent for Avon. The board of education appointed her unanimously Tuesday night. Carnemolla is expected to start in Avon in March, taking the place of Gary Mala, who left in late August