As a follow up to our March conference on the theme of Enhancing Instructional Practice for Student Success, we are hosting a community of practice focused on bringing your vision of rigor to life in a month . . . three months . . . and next school year. Participants will examine opportunities and potential roadblocks.
Limited to 20 participants. To reserve a spot or submit any questions, please email: email@example.com.
We are excited to unveil our policy priorities for the year! These priorities were shaped by our guiding principles:
Legislative priorities are marked with an asterisk (*).
Shannon Marimón has been appointed executive director of the Connecticut Council for Education Reform. “We are so pleased that Shannon will be joining us as CCER’s executive director,” CCER board […]
Jeffrey Villar, executive director of the Connecticut Council for Education Reform and vice president of education policy at CBIA, has stepped down from his current roles to take a new […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Nicki Perkins EMAIL: Nicki.firstname.lastname@example.org PHONE: (203) 506-5799 New Haven, Connecticut – Today, March 29, 2017, the Performance Evaluation Advisory Council (PEAC) recommended that the state mastery test not be […]
For close to half a century, the aim of scores of lawsuits about public schools across the country has been to require states to improve education for students by spending […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Nicki Perkins EMAIL: Nicki.email@example.com PHONE: (203) 506-5799 Hartford, Connecticut – Today, Jeffrey Villar, Executive Director of CCER, along with State Representative Susan Johnson, released the findings of a study […]