Our Report On
How to Close the Achievement Gap
CT has one of the largest achievement gaps between low-income students and non-low-income students.
Here’s our plan on how to help close it.

CCER’s 2014 Policy Progress Report

Each year, we hold ourselves accountable by tracking the number of our our policies that are implemented each year from our original 10-year policy plan to narrow the achievement gap.

While last year’s report tracked the tremendous progress that was made over several years, this year’s report shows that progress has slowed. We must do more in 2015!

Read it here.

How Common Core Changes the Classroom

We want to make sure you have the tools you need to understand what Common Core is, why it’s important, how it will impact the classroom, and how you can help your children succeed under these newer, higher standards.

Click here.

Dec 11
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE–CCER’s Progress Report: We Must Do More In 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Nicki Perkins EMAIL: Nicki.Perkins@ctedreform.org PHONE: 203-506-5799 CCER’s Progress Report: We Must Do More In 2015 New Haven, Connecticut – Today, December 11th, the Connecticut Council for Education Reform (CCER) released its 2014 Policy Progress Report. The report uses a rating system to track the state’s progress in effecting the changes needed to narrow Connecticut’s
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