Many Districts Not Complying With Law Making Schools Safer After Sandy Hook

December 11, 2017

After 20 first-graders and six adults were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a law was enacted to make schools safer, but a Courant review of records found that almost half of the state’s districts are violating at least some aspect of the law requiring them to submit school security information.

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Rep. Slap Attends Computer Science Day At Conard

December 7, 2017

State Representative Derek Slap visited Conard High School today to attend the Computer Science Fair in honor of Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek.)

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Education Funds Approved For East Hartford

December 1, 2017

Educational attainment is one of the most important factors of a thriving society, economy and healthy communities. As a former educator, I am certain we are making a great investment in Connecticut’s future with this latest round of funding.

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Education Funds Approved For East Haven

December 1, 2017

Investments in education and the educational infrastructure always provide long-term dividends in the way of a workforce with the credentials to earn good wages and contribute to the economy. I am very pleased to see that East Haven features prominently in this last round of funding and look forward to the improvements for our schools.

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