Hartford, CT Education


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Hartford, CT is known for having excellent educational institutions. The city boasts an impressive array of public and private schools, all of which are highly rated and offer quality educational opportunities to the local community. Public schools in Hartford have some of the best ratings in Connecticut, providing a safe and supportive learning environment that encourages students to reach their potential. Private schools provide a more individualized approach to learning that allows students to explore different interests and develop their skills at their own pace. Hartford's local education system also includes a wide variety of post-secondary institutions ranging from community colleges to universities, ensuring that there is something available for everyone interested in furthering their educational pursuits. All these together make Hartford an attractive option for those looking for quality education.

Hartford schools spend $24,074 per student (The US average is $12,383). There are 13 pupils per teacher, 1,390 students per librarian, and 599 children per counselor.

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Over 2 years ago

I love Hartford. Any naysayer is not appreciating the very real and new energy that is revitalizing the city. In conjunction with a wonderful location, relatively mild  More

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Over 3 years ago

Surprised by the low  More

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I lived in CT for about 7 years, and this place is depressing, lonely, and boring. My only entertainment in Hartford, were the Library branches for books and movies. The  More

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