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  • Public School Choice In Connecticut 

    Information on the five different types of public school choices available statewide.

  • Safe and Supportive Environments (Health Education)

    Guidance and resources for creating safe and supportive learning environments in schools.

  • School Climate Transformation Grant

    The School Climate Transformation Grant (SCTG) is a five-year federal award that has been established to assist state agencies in developing, enhancing and expanding their statewide systems of support for, and technical assistance to, local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools implementing an evidence-based, multi-tiered behavioral framework (MTBF), e.g., Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS), for improving behavioral outcomes and learning conditions for all students.

  • School Harassment

    Title I Coordinators, School Harassment, AGELE, AAUW, GLSEN, PFLAG

  • School Safety and Security

    Resources to help schools develop plans for ensuring students' safety and security

  • Student Success Plan

    The Student Success Plan (SSP) is an individualized student driven plan that will be developed to address every student’s needs and interests to help every student stay connected in school and to achieve postsecondary educational and career goals.

  • The Governor's Summer Reading Challenge

    During the Governor's Summer Reading Challenge, students compete to determine which school reads the most books, categorized on the student population and grade level.

  • Title IX - Gender Equity and Sexual Harassment

    Civil Rights Violations, Title IX, Gender Equity, Sexual Harassment

  • What is School Choice?

    The term “school choice” means parents have an additional opportunity to choose the schools their child will attend for an elementary and secondary education. Based on both state and federal laws, Connecticut public school choice programs are an opportunity to raise student achievement and to “reduce racial, ethnic and economic isolation” as described in the 1997 Enhancing Education Choices and Opportunities Act (Public Act 97-290).

  • Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child

    The WSCC model provides an infrastructure for schools to engage students, families, staff, and the community to improve the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development of every child.