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  • Kindergarten through Grade 3 Social, Emotional, and Intellectual Habits Framework

    From the SDE, this framework builds on the CT Early Learning and Development Standards that set the stage for young children's learning.

  • Mastery Based Learning (MBL) Guidelines

    At their regular meeting on June 3, 2015, the State Board of Education adopted the Connecticut Mastery Based Learning Guidelines. As directed by the Connecticut General Statute 10-221a, the Connecticut State Department of Education developed Guidelines for Mastery-Based Learning (MBL) as a resource for school districts. The MBL guidelines provide guiding principles around Community Engagement, Policy, and Practice. The guidelines are not rigid requirements, but are instead recommendations/advice to assist district and school leaders implementing Mastery-Based Learning models. The guidelines can drive the development of high-quality implementation plans across the state. While the critical components of Community Engagement, Policy and Practice should be taken into consideration by all, the guidelines respect that each school and district has unique needs, specific capacity, and availability of resources that will inform their implementation journey. To access the guidelines, click here. For more information, contact Suzanne.loud@ct.gov.

  • Have You Taken the Reading Survey? Tell Us About It!

    Share your comments about the administration of the reading survey and it's appropriateness for determining your needs in teaching reading to your students.

  • Foundations of Reading Survey FAQ

    The following are some questions and answers that have come up about the reading survey for K-3 teachers.


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