State Bi-Weekly Update

11/22/2022 9:30 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The Teaching and Learning Unit of the Academic Office at the Connecticut State Department of Education is committed to keeping our stakeholders up to date on important information. Please see below for pertinent information:  

Remote Learning Commission Report  Pursuant to Section 387 of Public Act 21-2, June Special Session (JSS), the Connecticut State Department of Education established the Connecticut Remote Learning Commission to analyze and provide recommendations concerning the provision of remote learning to public school students enrolled in grades kindergarten to 12.  The Commission as a whole compiled all information into one report to guide future discussion. Attached please find a copy of the Commission’s final report that was submitted to the Connecticut General Assembly.  If you have any questions, please contact Chief Academic Officer Irene Parisi at  

You may be aware that has been offline for several days. CCSSO, which manages, announced Nov. 16 that it has updated the web location for the Common Core standards. You can access the standards at Common Core State Standards | ( The standards are temporarily located on this page while CCSSO works to address technical challenges with If you have questions, please reach out to

Illuminating Indigenous People, Cultures and Perspectives PD Playlist for Educators The CSDE Academic Office is working in partnership with educators, advocates and historical experts statewide to curate instructional resources to support district implementation of Native American studies. The CSDE--PD-PlaylistIlluminating-Indigenous-People-Cultures-and-Perspectives-2022.pdf  is a collection of existing resources for educators and their students to view, use and share to illuminate Indigenous People, Cultures and Perspectives to support understanding, teaching, and learning through the month. The PD Playlist is located in the Educator Learning Hub. Take time to understand the wisdom of resilient cultures through cross curricular learning opportunities. 

The ATOMIC Mission is to ensure that every Connecticut student receives world-class education in mathematics by providing vision, leadership and support to the K-16 mathematics community and by providing every teacher of mathematics the opportunity to grow professionally.

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