Elm City Montessori School unveils murals celebrating LGTBQ+ identity

Students at New Haven’s Elm City Montessori School can now look up to the faces of six LGBTQ+ activists, writers and trailblazing historical figures, who […]

Board of Education confirms Madeline Negrón as next New Haven Superintendent

Negrón was confirmed this week to start her three-year contract as New Haven Superintendent in June.

New Haven high school students tour Alexion Pharmaceuticals

To shift the standard attitude towards science education, tenth-grade teacher Huân M. Ngô introduced his students to the bioscience industries of New Haven.

Negrón leaked as NHPS superintendent pick ahead of Wednesday confirmation vote

Board of Education member Darnell Goldson released the name of the Superintendent two days before other members of the board planned to publicly announce the appointment.

New Haven Public Schools expect increase in student homelessness

With the Connecticut Department of Education predicting a 25 percent rise in student homelessness across the state, NHPS officials point to rising evictions and lack of affordable housing as causes.

New Haveners rally on the Green for early childcare funding

The New Haven community mobilized for a rally on Wednesday morning to protest Governor Ned Lamont’s budget regarding early childhood education and care.

City awards $1 million to local organizations as part of Career Pathways Initiative

Recipient programs look to support the city’s youth and young adults through equity-focused education and training.

PROFILE: NHPS assistant superintendent Paul Whyte ’93’s climb up the educational ladder

Whyte brings over three decades of experience as an educator and administrator to his role of assistant superintendent of instructional leadership for New Haven Public Schools.

Mayoral candidate protests outside City Hall as alders confirm BOE nomination

Tom Goldenberg has called on the Board of Alders to vote down all BOE nominations until NHPS makes clear commitments to transparency, accountability and rigor.

Three-year New Haven Federation of Teachers contract ratified by Board of Alders

After close to a year of negotiating, NHFT has won a 15 percent pay raise over the next three years .

New Haven teachers’ union and Board of Education reach tentative agreement on contract

Representatives from both the city’s Federation of Teachers and the Board of Education introduced their tentative agreement before the Board of Alders Finance Committee Monday night.