Connecting Faith, Families and Schools
The fifth Connecting Faith, Families & Schools Conference is an opportunity for faith and worship leaders, educators, and families to come together to discuss critical issues affecting student success. Participants will share ideas about the practices that help families support student learning and hear about various research and activities that can be incorporated into the rich fabric of the faith and worship community. This year’s conference on October 23, 2014 will focus on Chronic Absenteeism. Read more..
Call for Nominations- 2014 Parental Awards
The State Education Resource Center (SERC) and the CT Parent Information and Resource Center (CT PIRC), in collaboration with the CT Commission on Children, cordially invite you to nominate a parent from your local school and/or community organization for a Parental Involvement Recognition Award. These awards highlight and honor exemplars of parental involvement in schools and community organizations. Download Nomination Entry Form
Assistive Technology for Families: From Consideration to ImplementationThis 20-minute presentation by SERC consultants Smita Worah and Barbara Slone is designed to serve as a guide to consideration of Assistive Technology devices and services through all phases - before, during, and after - the Planning and Placement Team meeting. Launch Presentation
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Educational Tip of the Month:
August, 2014: Watch and discuss television shows, movies and videos with your adolescent. Check your teen's understanding and encourage him/her to ask questions and relate the show to real-life experiences. Be your own movie critic and develop a family rating system.
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