Retired Teacher Information
Information for retired teachers within the state of Connecticut.
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The Connecticut State Department of Education is making available a four-part webinar series to any teacher preparation candidate in a planned program of teacher preparation or faculty members to ensure that candidates receive training on the basic foundational information about dyslexia pursuant to Public Act 15-97Agency: Department of Education
A list of Educational Organizations in ConnecticutAgency: Department of Education
A comprehensive list of professional learning providers in Connecticut.Agency: Department of Education
The State Board of Education's role includes guiding and supervising Connecticut's pre-K-12 system. Duties include setting policy, preparing legislation and setting academic standards. Citizens can learn about the board's long-term plans, find meeting dates and read minutes from past meetings.Agency: Department of Education
Home page of the State Department of Education's Talent OfficeAgency: Department of Education
Active, inactive and retired teachers can find forms related to retirement, disability, pensions, health insurance and other personnel issues.Agency: Teachers Retirement Board
Information on Connecticut, the teaching profession in Connecticut, teaching positions and resources for teaching candidates.Agency: Department of Education
The process begins before the start of the new school year with the superintendent identifying the instructional priorities for the district, which informs the instructional priorities of each school and thus informs the administrator’s student learning priorities. Teacher then examine their own student data and set goals to address the learning priorities identified by their administrators.Agency: Department of Education
Active/Inactive Teacher Information
Information for active and inactive teachers within the state of Connecticut.