HARTFORD, CT -- Five Connecticut cities are among the nation’s most culturally diverse, according to a new analysis. Bridgeport is the 15th most culturally diverse city in the U.S., according to the analysis by the financial website WalletHub, which also ranked Stamford at number 22. New Haven, Hartford and New Britain were back-to-back-to-back, ranking at number 30, 31 and 32 on the list of more than 500 cities across the country.
WASHINGTON, DC -- “The Evolving World of State Charities Regulation,” was a key topic during the public day of the annual conference of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) and National Association of State Charity Officials (NASCO) in Washington, DC.
HARTFORD, CT -- Connecticut has announced it is underway with a pay-for-success venture that will reward private funders if they are successful in using a substance abuse treatment model to curb re-referrals to, and out-of-home placements made by, child protective services.
WASHINGTON, DC -- Nearly a third of U.S. states and territories have less than one full-time-equivalent lawyer or staff member dedicated to charity oversight, and the structure of state regulatory offices varies dramatically across the country, according to a new study.
HARTFORD, CT -- In a decision that could fundamentally reshape public education in Connecticut, the state was ordered on Wednesday to make changes in everything from how schools are financed to which students are eligible to graduate from high school to how teachers are paid and evaluated. Reading his ruling from the bench for more than two hours, Judge Thomas Moukawsher of State Superior Court in Hartford said that “Connecticut is defaulting on its constitutional duty” to give all children an adequate education.