CCER’s 2012 Policy and Progress Report

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Part of CCER’s mission is to expand the number of policies that are implemented each year from our original 10-year policy plan to narrow the achievement gap.

Two years after the birth of CCER, we are proud to introduce our Policy and Progress Report, which highlights CCER’s original recommendations, the actions that have been taken so far, and the important next steps needed to improve the state of public education.

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CCER’s 10-Year Policy Plan to Narrow the Achievement Gap

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In 2010, the Connecticut Commission on Educational Achievement (CCEA) framed several important policy changes and actions necessary to radically improve public education in our state. One of the recommendations was to form an independent non-profit organization whose focus would be to propel these ideas from theory to practice in Connecticut’s public schools. This was the birth of CCER.

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