July 18, 2016 – A new report advocates changing the way low-income students are identified in Connecticut public schools in order to get a more accurate count (New Haven Register). »
Our Continued Work in Hartford:
With the 2016 school year upon us, the Educators 4 Excellence Hartford Team would like to introduce our work to you, update you on some of the amazing accomplishments in the past year, and share our continued action plan.
Spotlight: Bridgeport Professional Development
In their first policy proposal, E4E-Connecticut teachers are calling for critical improvements to professional development in Bridgeport.
Ensuring academic outcomes for unique student populations in Hartford Public Schools:
Hartford must prioritize support for its unique student populations to ensure our schools are able to provide these supports and meet the needs of diverse learners. Read teachers' ideas on how to make this happen.
Improving school climate in New Haven
To ensure our schools meet our students’ needs, New Haven must prioritize healthy school climates and restorative school discipline—here's how.
July 12, 2016 – U.S. Senator Chris Murphy unveiled a bill that would allow school districts and states to apply for a $120 million pool of grant money to study and implement ways to diversify (The Connecticut Mirror). »
June 30, 2016 – Tiffany Moyer-Washington is a Hartford resident and has been teaching English Language Arts in Hartford Public Schools for 12 years. She recently served on E4E-Connecticut’s first statewide Teacher Policy Team on School Finance. In this conversation w... »