The Governor's Summer Reading Challenge and The Commissioner's Summer Math Challenge
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To help schools establish a philosophical and pedagogical foundation for their work, the Great Schools Partnership created the following “Ten Principles of Mastery-Based Learning,” which describe the common features found in the most effective mastery-based systems.
Supporting community learning centers through professional development, training and networking opportunities for schools, community based organizations and after school programs, these programs provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, as well as literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children.
The Profile and Performance Report (PPR) Narratives are collected from all public school districts and are designed to collect information about school district policies and activities in several areas.
The collection of appeals for the Smarter Balanced Assessment, NGSS Science (including the Connecticut Alternate Science) and the Connecticut Alternate Assessment.
As a result of the administration of the Connecticut Statewide Summative Assessments, there are several data collections that are used to collect Accommodation information for the Smarter Balanced Assessments, the NGSS Science Test and the Connecticut SAT School Day.
DM is the official listing of all districts, schools and other educational facilities. DM is used to manage users and their roles for all Portal Applications.
This application, housed within SEDAC, is used to collect data regarding due process hearings and the results of each resolution meeting.
The ECO data collection is required for all applicable students with an IEP at least 3 years of age and in the preschool grade.
The ED165: Connecticut School Data Report is used to collect a wide variety of data elements at the school-level for state and federal reporting. Some types of data that are included on the ED165 are: Truancy, Pre-kindergarten experience, Connecticut Physical Fitness Assessment results, Teacher attendance, and the School Calendar.
The ED166 is the Student Disciplinary Offense Data Collection. Districts are required to submit specific incidents to CSDE annually. CSDE then uses this data to satisfy various federal mandates.
The ED204: Title I Part D Neglected and Delinquent Evaluation Report is used to collect data on student participation and academic outcomes from the prior school year. Only districts that receive Title I Part D funds are required to complete this form.
The purpose of the ED205: Title I Evaluation Report is to provide information from the Title I Part A recipients who report data on student and staff participation. This form collects data on the prior school year. Only districts that receive Title I funds are required to complete this form.
The Educator Data System (EDS) collects data on all Connecticut public school educators and all educators in approved private special education programs (APSEPS) for each of the roles that they hold.
The Educator Evaluation Data Collection (EEDC) collects aggregate counts of educators by their final summative rating in the following categories: Teachers, Principals, and all other administrators.
Evaluation Timelines collects data that are used to monitor compliance to the federal timeline regarding initial evaluations and eligibility determination for special education and related services.