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  • Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS)

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    The Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS), based in West Hartford, CT, has been the voice of superintendents of schools in Connecticut for 104 years. The mission of the CAPSS is to lead the continuous improvement of public education for all students by advocating public policy for children and by developing and supporting executive school leaders. To learn more, visit www.capss.org.

  • The Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS)

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    The Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS) is a non-profit organization working to strengthen elementary and secondary education in Connecticut. Through leadership, administrative, and professional development services, CAS works to serve the collective interests and needs of Connecticut educators, to enhance the professional growth and competency of school personnel at all levels, and, to recruit and retain qualified leaders for the schools of our state. CAS's mission is to improve and expand educational opportunities for Connecticut's students while striving to strengthen the professional skills and talents of the school leaders of Connecticut.

  • Nellie Mae Education Foundation

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    This project was partially funded by the Nellie Mae Education Foundation.

    The Nellie Mae Education Foundation is the largest charitable organization in New England that focuses exclusively on education. The Foundation supports the promotion and integration of student-centered approaches to learning at the middle and high school levels across New England. To elevate student-centered approaches, the Foundation utilizes a strategy that focuses on: developing and enhancing models of practice; reshaping education policies; increasing the body of evidenced-based knowledge about student-centered approaches and increasing public understanding and demand for high-quality educational experiences. The Foundation’s initiative and strategy areas are: District Level Systems Change; State Level Systems Change; Research and Development; and Public Understanding. Since 1998, the Foundation has distributed over $110 million in grants.

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