Advocates conflicted as Connecticut lawmakers pass K-12 computer science bill
A bill now awaiting Gov. Ned Lamont's signature could improve access to computer science education but also strain already-limited teaching resources.
One way or another, schools are connecting their students to broadband
Commentary: The methods in each state vary, says edWeb.net's Stacey Pusey, but most states have coordinated strategies for reaching everyone.
Connecticut's self-service portal builds privacy into edtech
Vendors and district leaders are saving money, officials say, while teachers using edtech are freed from scanning legalese to protect student privacy.
Google adds new terms to comply with Connecticut student data privacy laws
Leaders called the addendum a win for the state's public school students — the vast majority of whom use Google products.
Connecticut report calls for mastery-based learning in K-12 schools
Moving away from a school-centered model would close learning gaps and improve students' learning experience, the authors say.