Stafford teacher accused of touching student resigns – Journal Inquirer

By Lauren E. Quirici STAFFORD — Todd Kelliher, the Stafford Elementary School teacher who was arrested in March based on allegations he inappropriately touched a female student and yelled “just kill yourself” at a boy in his fifth-grade class, has Continue reading Stafford teacher accused of touching student resigns – Journal Inquirer

Education Dept. Releases SBAC Test Data Only to Local School Superintendents – CTNewsJunkie.com

By Christine Stuart Early Wednesday morning, Department of Education Deputy Commissioner Ellen Cohen sent an email to every school superintendent in the state to let them know not to share the results of the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium exam with Continue reading Education Dept. Releases SBAC Test Data Only to Local School Superintendents – CTNewsJunkie.com

State FOI Commission to hear PTOC complaint against Mosby – The Hour

By KOREY WILSON NORWALK — The Connecticut Freedom of Information (FOI) Commission has scheduled a second hearing date regarding several FOI complaints filed against Board of Education member Shirley Mosby. The commission has set a hearing date of Wednesday, Sept. Continue reading State FOI Commission to hear PTOC complaint against Mosby – The Hour

Email hunt unsatisfactory – Republican-American

FOI Commision will make final decision BY PENELOPE OVERTON WATERBURY — The city has violated state open records law by failing to diligently search for emails about commission appointments, a hearing officer found. The city must try again to find Continue reading Email hunt unsatisfactory – Republican-American

City violated FOI law, officer says – Republican-American

By Penelope Overton WATERBURY – The city violated the state Freedom of Information Act by failing to release emails about appointments to the redistricting commission that created the new aldermanic wards, according to a state hearing officer. Activist Jimmie Griffin, Continue reading City violated FOI law, officer says – Republican-American

Finch administration decides to come clean with crime news – Connecticut Post

By Brian Lockhart BRIDGEPORT — As Mayor Bill Finch battles for his political life in the mayoral race, his office has brought aboard another staffer to help manage the administration’s message. On Monday, Finch Communications Director Brett Broesder announced that Continue reading Finch administration decides to come clean with crime news – Connecticut Post