- Career and Technical Education
- Committees and Councils
- Comprehensive School Health Education
- Computer Science
- CT Core Standards
- Education Technology
- English Learners
- Gifted and Talented
- Literacy - English Language Arts
- Mastery-Based Learning
- Physical Education
- Social Studies
- Summer Learning
- World Languages
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Guidelines for Adapted Physical Education
The purpose of these guidelines is to clarify and to underscore the importance of physical education—in the context of meaningful physical participation within a community of peers—for students with disabilities in a school environment.
Curriculum and instruction, provided in a safe, supportive environment, offer meaningful, challenging learning for all students, and result in lifetime learning outcomes of skills, literacy, and ability to understand concepts and develop plans for lifetime physical activity and wellness.
Physically Active School Systems (PASS)
Pool Safety Policy and Guidance
Public Act 13-161: An Act Concerning Pool Safety at Public Schools (2013).
Teachers Evaluation Resources for Physical Education