Leslie Chausse of The Morgan School in Clinton will join 101 others at Microsoft’s campus in Redmond, Wash., July 31 through August 1 to display how they are revolutionizing education through [...]
Last week, Quinnipiac University announced a partnership with the Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology (ConnCAT), to establish the ConnCAT Entrepreneurial Academy. The academy will serve inner city youths by teaching them how to launch their own businesses.
“Helping to spread the word about free enterprise to young, aspiring students at ConnCAT will [...]
Caroline Staub created the app to help students with the often stressful process of packing for college.
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Verizon’s 4G LTE network — the largest of its kind — provides Verizon customers with 4G devices with download speeds up to [...]
Six youths received the Connecticut Light & Power Energy Award at the 29th annual Connecticut Innovation Convention which was held at Gampel Pavilion late last month.
The recipients were: Thomas Nurse, a seventh grader at Brooklyn Middle School; Jeremy Page, a sixth grader at Roger Ludlowe Middle School in Fairfield; Isabella Benson-Clarke, a fourth grader [...]
That’s right folks…an Ivy League Education can be yours free — as long as you don’t want the degree. Fox CT’s Geoff Fox tells you how:
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A new program focusing on engineering and technology is being introduced at West Haven High School next year and will be taught by existing teachers.
The program will offer an introduction to engineering and design course and a principles of engineering course, with the help of Project Lead the Way.
Last month, an app program for children’s reading called Ruckus Reader launched. Ruckus’ main office is in Wilton, with other offices in New York City and Delhi, India.
Within a week of its launch, Ruckus titles had already occupied five of the top 25 spots in the iTunes App Store in the free [...]
Bloomfield-based Cigna Corporation received the 2012 Outstanding Strategic Partner Award at the UConn School of Business Hall of Fame Celebration last week. The annual award recognizes businesses that have strong ties to the university and have worked with the school in a mutually beneficial way.
Cigna offers paid internships—in [...]
The Associated Press has just published a story by Karen Matthews looking at the social media policies being developed by school systems around the country. It raises the question ‘should teachers and students be friends on social media?’ Facebook and Twitter can be valuable tools for communicating with students, but connecting through social [...]
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