Acting Superintendent of Schools Fran Rabinowitz wants $251.5 million to operate city schools in the budget year that starts July 1, a five percent increase. From Linda Conner Lambeck, CT Post: The city school district needs $7 million more in 2015-16 just to keep things running as they are, according to a budget plan developed […]
Entries Tagged as 'Linda Conner Lambeck'
January 20th, 2015 · 23 Comments · Education, News and Events
January 13th, 2015 · No Comments · Education, News and Events
She’s no longer the principal at Dunbar Elementary School after allegedly stealing $10,000 from a student activities account, but Marilyn Taylor’s name and welcoming remarks were still highlighted on the school website Tuesday.
January 8th, 2015 · 16 Comments · Analysis and Comment, City Politics, News and Events
Radioactive Board of Education member the Rev. Ken Moales is contemplating a run in the State Senate special election to fill the seat vacated by Andres Ayala, the new commissioner of the Department of Motor Vehicles. Tuesday night a collection of political leaders, neighborhood activists and clergy gathered in the Holiday Inn Downtown to hear […]
December 27th, 2014 · 5 Comments · Education, News and Events
From Linda Conner Lambeck, CT Post: An open call for comments on plans to build a new Harding High School on a contaminated Bond Street parcel owned by GE drew written responses from a handful of people by the Dec. 18 deadline.
December 12th, 2014 · 4 Comments · Development and Zoning, Education, News and Events
Attended by neighborhood residents, educators and trade workers, a crowd Thursday night packed the Harding cafeteria during a public hearing on the proposed location of a new school on contaminated property owned by General Electric. More from Linda Conner Lambeck, CT Post: Willie Vegas attended Harding High School. He has four grandkids who potentially will […]
December 5th, 2014 · 5 Comments · Development and Zoning, Education, News and Events
From Linda Conner Lambeck: CT Post: Seated in the cafeteria of the 89-year-old Harding High School, a team of state, city and GE officials held an information session on Thursday trying to convince about 100 members of the public that building a new Harding High School on a toxin-filled former industrial parcel is safe.
December 1st, 2014 · 8 Comments · Education, News and Events
From Brian Lockhart and Linda Conner Lambeck, CT Post: Mayor Bill Finch has given safe harbor to a former staffer with FUSE, the charter school management company scuttled earlier this year by personnel scandals.