Retired Teacher Information
Information for retired teachers within the state of Connecticut.
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Students who want to complete an academic program and learn a trade can apply to one of the state's 20 technical high schools. Areas of study include carpentry, masonry, plumbing, heating and cooling; digital media, baking, hairdressing, manufacturing, pre-engineering and auto repair.Agency: Department of Education
Search for Connecticut elementary, middle school, high school, regional vocational tech schools and charter schools.Agency: ConneCT Kids
Information on the five different types of public school choices available statewide.Agency: Department of Education
Welcome to ChoiceEducation.org! The Regional School Choice Office (RSCO) was created in partnership with operator districts to manage the Open Choice and magnet school choice process in response to the Milo Sheff, et al. v. William O’Neill, et al case and the decision in 1997.Agency: Department of Education
The performance reports provide perspective on how well Connecticut schools and districts are doing in supporting students in key areas. When combined, these indicators make up Connecticut's district and school accountability system, which informs the state's decisions on where to direct interventions and supports.Agency: Department of Education
Active/Inactive Teacher Information
Information for active and inactive teachers within the state of Connecticut.