Connecticut State Department of Education supports its school districts with
the development of rigorous and relevant curriculum, PK-12. Curricular
development takes place at the district level through meaningful, ongoing,
data-informed discussions involving districtwide educators.
district-based curriculum development, the state provides resources to include
frameworks with standards and grade-level expectations, templates for
curriculum, and sample lessons and assessments. State-provided professional
development, supplementary resources, and Bureau of Teaching and Learning staff
are also available to assist. Additionally, the state's six regional
educational service centers provide public schools support and access to
curriculum and program development and professional development of teachers and
Community School participates in regional program and curriculum development
through its alliance with the Eastconn Regional Educational Service Center
located in Hampton, Connecticut. Highly-trained and skilled consultants from
Eastconn provide direct services to the administrators and staff of the
Sterling Community School in the context of specific long-term school
improvement grants or contract opportunities, curriculum council memberships,
and professional development activities.
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