Tuesday Aug 12
Official says Manchester school district could get $300k from Job Corps
The school district could stand to take in an additional $600,000 a year in state adequacy funding should it win a federal contract to run the Job Corps center being built off Dunbarton Road, according to the president of the company the district is partnering with on the bid.
Ted Siefer's City Hall: Schools, consolidation ideas and tears mark aldermanic session
THE MAYOR and aldermen made up for lost time last week. Tuesday was their first full board meeting in more than a month, and it had something for everyone: heated debate, laughter and, yes, even a few tears.
There's a storm brewing in Manchester and again Common Core is the epicenter
As reported by Rich Girard on "Girard At Large" yesterday, the state battle over Common Core continues in Manchester .
Why does Mayor Gatsas want to hurt Manchester children?
Last night the Manchester Curriculum and Instruction Committee voted to pass the Manchester Academic Standards so they may be further voted on by the School Board.