Connecticut's Graduation Rate Continues to Rise

Public high school graduation rates in the state continued to increase in 2014, climbing 1.5 points to 87 percent. The state Department of Education released figures this week showing that graduation rates are now up a total of 5.2 percentage points since 2010. Gov. Dannel P... read more »

Leading the Way: Educating Creative & Entrepreneurial Students with Dr. Yong Zhao

On April 3, 2015, Dr. Yong Zhao will share his research-based perspectives on education reform efforts and strategies around the globe—and describe specific models that are the most relevant, helpful, and engaging. He will provide a road map for preparing today's student... read more »

Regional Network Selects Twenty New England Public Schools to Participate in New Personalized Learning Initiative

Twenty New England public schools in the League of Innovative Schools have been selected by the New England Secondary School Consortium and the Great Schools Partnership to participate in a new initiative that will help them develop personalized learning experiences that addre... read more »

States to Better Share Education Data

Five New England states have agreed on a common method to compare education data from one state to the next. Through its Common Data Project, the New England Secondary School Consortium recently released figures that look at high school graduation and dropout rates — as... read more »
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