Education Reporter, Hartford Courant
I cover education for the Hartford Courant, from pre-K through graduate school. I'm always interested your thoughts on what we should be covering.
huffingtonpost.com — A Saudi Arabian student living in Michigan says he was questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) after neighbors saw him with a pressure cooker and alerted authorities. Talal al Rouki said he was questioned by the FBI after neighbors told authorities they had seen him carrying a pressure cooker.
courant.com — The board of education on Monday rejected a special committee's recommendation to place only one of three proposed school building projects on a fall referendum. Instead, the board voted unanimously to recommend to the board of directors that spending proposals for the creation of a new fifth- and sixth-grade academy, along with construction and renovation of two elementary schools, be placed before voters in November.
bloomberg.com — Needy U.S. borrowers are defaulting on almost $1 billion in federal student loans earmarked for the poor, leaving schools such as Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania with little choice except to sue their graduates.
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