The Governor's Summer Reading Challenge and The Commissioner's Summer Math Challenge
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Agricultural Science and Technology Education (ASTE) programs serve secondary students in full- and shared- time programs. ASTE programs prepare students for college and careers in animal science, agribusiness, agricultural mechanics, aquaculture, biotechnology, food science, marine technology, natural resources, and plant science.
In addition to the Parent Information Center, the Regional School Choice Office (RSCO) partners with a number of community organizations to offer application assistance and general information about RSCO magnet schools and programming.
The Regional School Choice Office (RSCO) school choice application includes the Greater Hartford Region technical high schools, the Open Choice Program and interdistrict magnet schools. Parents and guardians with children who reside in Connecticut at the time of application are eligible to apply.
The Connecticut State Department of Education’s (CSDE) commitment to public school choice is evident in the different types of public school choice programming available statewide.
School Choice programs and interdistrict magnet schools are designed to attract students from different school districts to learn together in settings that offer unique, high-quality, themed educational opportunities.
Charter schools are publicly funded schools that are run independently of the school district and may also have a specialized focus. Charters are granted by the State Board of Education and schools may enroll students in Grades PK-12 as established in their charters.
The Connecticut State Department of Education’s (CSDE) commitment to public school choice is evident in the five different types of public school choice programming available statewide.
The mission of the Connecticut Technical Education and Career System (CTECS) is to provide a world-class, unique and rigorous learning environment for high schools students and adult learners that ensures both student academic success and trade/technology mastery and instills a zest for lifelong learning.
Connecticut public school choice programs are an opportunity to raise student achievement and reduce racial, ethnic and economic isolation. Explore your choices by finding a school or district program.
These guidelines are designed to support the operation of alternative education settings (schools or programs) offered by local and regional boards of education. The purpose of the guidelines is to ensure improved program designs and greater outcomes for students in alternative education settings.
Homeschooling as an Option to Public School Education
The Open Choice program allows urban students to attend public schools in nearby suburban towns.
Information on the five different types of public school choices available statewide.
RSCO operates a regional transportation system that serves the Greater Hartford regional school choice programs which offers various options, including traditional school bus transport, vans, public bus passes, and parent stipends, where appropriate.
Regional School Choice Office (RSCO) guides contains information about schools and programs and how to apply.