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.

Our 2015 Priorities

On Wednesday, January 21, 2015, the Connecticut Council for Education Reform (CCER) released its 2015 legislative and administrative priorities. According to Jeffrey Villar, Executive Director of CCER, these priorities are intended to improve public education in Connecticut by narrowing the achievement gap and raising academic outcomes for all students.

Read them 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.

Jan 11
Hartford Courant-Legislators Likely to Consider Education Proposals on Charters, Magnets, Uconn Foundation
By Kathy Megan Legislators say that improving the oversight of charter schools and maintaining the momentum of education reform during a tight budget year are among the key education concerns likely to be addressed this session. Other topics that have been raised by legislators and by advocates for education include the financial sustainability of magnet schools;
Every child deserves an exceptional education without exception.

Snowed in? Check out "What We're Reading," some great reports & studies on #ctedreform that we've read in January. conta.cc/15Pgxh5

About 2 days ago from CCER's Twitter via Twitter Web Client