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1. SHEEO Agencies
SHEEO agencies. connecticut Dr. Valerie F. Lewis, Commissioner (C) Department ofHigher education 61 Woodland Street Hartford, connecticut 061052391
SHEEO Agencies
State Higher Education Agency Contact Information * * Quick Links to SHEEO Agency Websites * *
(C) = coordinating board
(G) = governing board Jump to: A-D F-K L-M N-O ... V-Regions ALABAMA
Dr. Michael Malone, Executive Director (C)
Commission on Higher Education
P.O. Box 302000
Montgomery, Alabama 36130-2000
Fax: 242-0270
Diane Barrans, Executive Director (C) Alaska Postsecondary Education Commission 3030 Vintage Boulevard Juneau, Alaska 99801-7109 Fax: 465-3293 Dr. Mark Hamilton, President (G) University of Alaska System 202 Butrovich Building Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-5560 Fax: 474-6342 ARIZONA Dr. Linda J. Blessing, Executive Director (G)

2. Links To State Education Agencies
Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado connecticut Delaware FloridaGeorgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas, Kentucky Louisiana









3. State & Regional Higher Ed Links
SHEEO Homepage SHEEO agencies Contact Us Sitemap connecticut connecticut CommunityColleges connecticut Department of Higher education connecticut Student

NATIONAL LINKS Jump to: A-D F-K L-M N-O ... V-Regional
Alabama Alabama College System
Alabama Commission on Higher Education
Alaska Alaska Postsecondary Education Commission
University of Alaska System
Arizona Arizona Board of Regents
Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education
Arkansas Arkansas Department of Higher Education
Student Loan Guarantee Foundation of Arkansas
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office

California Postsecondary Education Commission

California Student Aid Commission
Colorado Commission on Higher Education
Community Colleges of Colorado Colorado Student Loan Program Connecticut Connecticut Community Colleges Connecticut Department of Higher Education Connecticut Student Loan Foundation Delaware Delaware Higher Education Commission Delaware Technical and Community Colleges Florida Florida Board of Education Florida Community College System Florida Council for Education Policy Research and Improvement Office of Student Financial Assistance Georgia University System of Georgia Georgia Student Finance Commission Hawaii Office of the Chancellor for Community Colleges University of Hawaii Idaho Idaho State Board of Education Illinois

4. State Education Agencies
State education agencies. To Top. Email EPI with your questions and Policy Institute, PMB 294, 4401-A connecticut Ave., NW, Washington
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State Education Agencies
In most cases, these addresses and links are to state departments of education. The corresponding web sites vary, but often include information about:
  • academic programs
  • accreditation requirements
  • adult education
  • bilingual education
  • charter schools
  • curriculum
  • demographic data
  • dropout rates
  • E-rate
  • education directories
  • education grants
  • education legislation
  • education reform
  • education technology
  • funding and financial data
  • governmental relations
  • home instruction
  • items in the news
  • job opportunities
  • parental involvement
  • personnel
  • publications
  • school laws
  • school lists
  • school to work/career
  • special education
  • standards development
  • state boards of education
  • state educational resources
  • state teacher certification
  • student performance
  • student services
  • vocational education
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N ... P Q R S T U ... W X Y Z Territories
Alabama Department of Education
Gordon Persons Office Building
50 North Ripley Street
P.O. Box 302102
Montgomery, AL 36130-2101
FAX: (334) 242-9708

5. Education Policy Institute
Documented inside information on PTA and teacher unions. education research and policy analysis from Category Society Issues education School Choice...... paperback copy to 4401A connecticut Avenue, NW from the Capital Research State education agencies, Find your state and visit
PMB #294, 4401-A Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008 Tel: (202) 244-7535, Fax: (202) 244-7584
Charlene K. Haar

Welcome to our home
on the Internet!
Dr. Myron Lieberman
We're striving to improve
American education
Are You?
Subscribe to EPI-Update Review the EPI-Update Archives Search the EPI Web Site Public education in the United States does not fulfill either the educational or social needs of children. Its deficiencies have serious negative consequences in our political system, our economy, and within our social and cultural affairs. Accordingly, EPI seeks to improve education through research, policy analysis, and the development of responsible alternatives to existing policies and practices. In these activities, EPI strives to promote greater parental choice in education, a competitive education industry, and other policies that address the problems of both public and private schools. EPI's chairman and president are nationally prominent for their contributions on education policy issues. EPI Chairman, Dr. Myron Lieberman, is widely recognized as the nation's leading authority on education employment relations and teacher unions. EPI President, Charlene K. Haar, is the author of groundbreaking studies of the National PTA. Her publications have led to widespread scrutiny of the PTA as an NEA-dominated organization with a liberal social agenda. In addition, Ms. Haar is a coauthor of The NEA and AFT: Teacher Unions in Power and Politics
At long last, the Education Policy Institute is delighted to announce the publication of

6. Connecticut's Executive Branch Of Government
Other agencies and Offices within the Higher education, Department of. Historical Commission connecticut Freedom Trail Officers (NASCIO). - State policy and Search:
Quick Links How Do I...? State Agencies Citizen Guide Phone Directory CT Licensing
Connecticut's Executive Branch of Government
Constitutional Offices
Agencies/Offices Other Links
Constitutional Offices The following is a list of hyperlinks that direct you to the Constitutional Offices of Connecticut State Government. The duties and terms of these elected offices represent state government leadership and are defined by the Connecticut Constitution. Agencies/Offices A B C D ... WXYZ Other Agencies and Offices within the Executive branch of Connecticut State Government are listed below with hyperlinks to available websites. You may also use the State Government Telephone Directory for information on how to contact any of these agencies and offices.

7. Education, Technology Library Science Professional
Directory of State Higher education agencies Includes state departments of of educationCalifornia Department of education connecticut Department of

8. CAFCA Member Agencies
Community Action Covers connecticut! CAFCA Member agencies, Head Start, Preschool,After School and Summer Programs, Adult education, Individual Development
Community Action Covers Connecticut! Click on the map to find the Community Action Agency that serves that area! CAFCA Member Agencies Action for Bridgeport Community Development, Inc. (ABCD)
1070 Park Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604 Contact Information: Executive Director: Charles Tisdale
Web site: Services: Employment and Training, Head Start, Preschool, After School and Summer Programs, Adult Education, Individual Development Accounts, Financial Education, Energy and Heating Assistance, Weatherization, Eviction Prevention, Food Pantry, Case Management and Counseling. Towns Served: Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Strafford, Trumbull The ACCESS Agency, Inc. (ACCESS)
1315 Main Street
Willimantic, CT 06226 Contact Information: Executive Director: Rocco Tricarico
Tel: (860) 450-7449
Fax: (860) 450-7477 Email: Web site:

9. SchoolGrants - Links: State Agencies
State agencies. connecticut Department of education connecticut Links to connecticuteducation Web Sites. F. Wyoming Department of education. Return to Top.
State Agencies
Welcome Contact Us SchoolGrants (full site) Grant-Related L inks: Federal Agencies Foundations Grants Management Grant-Writing ... International Grants State Agencies Education-Related L inks: General Interest National Organizations Publications School Safety ... Technology You should regularly check your state education agency's website. These agencies frequently publish grant information as well as many other items of interest and assistance to their state's educators.
As always, if you know of links that should be included here, please let us know! (Links on SchoolGrants always open in their own windows so you will always be able to return to your spot on this site.) State Agencies A C F G ... W A Alabama Department of Education Alaska Department of Education
Alaska - Links to Southeast Alaska Education Sites Arizona Department of Education Arkansas Department of Education
Arkansas - Other Links to Arkansas Education Sites C California Department of Education

10. SchoolGrants: State Agency Links
State agencies. connecticut Department of education connecticut Commissionon the Arts. D. Wyoming Department of education Wyoming Arts Council.
Education is the ability to meet life's situations.
Dr. John G. Hibben Links: State Agencies Home Grant Opportunities Sample Proposals Let's Write a Grant Our Newsletters Search Our Links Grant-Related Links Federal Agencies Foundation Resources Grants Management Grant-related Publications ... State Agencies Education-Related Links Parents General Interest National Organizations Publications ... Site Map You should regularly check your state education agency's website. These agencies frequently publish grant information as well as many other items of interest and assistance to their state's educators.
As always, if you know of links that should be included here, please let us know! (Links on SchoolGrants always open in their own windows so you will always be able to return to your spot on this site.)

11. Title I To Local Education Agencies, Fiscal Year
Home Data education Facts Title I To Local education agencies Title Ito Local education agencies, Fiscal Year 20012002 connecticut, 104,993,935.

12. Education
Title I To Local education agencies, to a Census Bureau report on public education. AlaskaArizona Arkansas California Colorado connecticut Delaware Florida

13. EASTCONN Regional Education Service Center, Connecticut
Regional educational service center providing services to schools, educators, students and adults.Category Regional North America education organizations...... CommunityAdults, families, community agencies and local PreK12 Students includespecial education programs, programs Webmaster at
376 Hartford Turnpike, Hampton, CT 06247
Willimantic, CT Open our doors to access information about programs and services for:
Programs and Services for Schools and Educators range from staff development and training programs to strategic planning facilitation to minority teacher recruitment assistance and more! [ more...
Adults, families, community agencies and local businesses can access education, training and other services. [ courses more...
Spotlight on: Community Education
Spring 2003 Catalog
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(Arts at the Capitol Theater) Performing Arts Magnet School

Technology PreK-12 Students
Our expanding options for PreK-12 Students include special education programs, programs for non-traditional learners, as well as interdistrict programs bringing students from across the region together. [ more... Thank you for visiting EASTCONN. We are always interested to hear the comments of our site visitors. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact our Webmaster at

The program services 45 host agencies in 56 in psychology, State of connecticut InitialEducator Noncredit Mandated Programs, Special education Certification, K
Meet Some of Our EASTCONN Staff Back to Directory John Kalinowski
EASTCONN Regional Education Service Center
376 Hartford Turnpike, Hampton, CT 06247
Phone: 860-455-0707; Fax: 860-455-0691
John Kalinowski is Director of Technology Development Services. He is actively developing new partnerships with technology vendors to assist our schools in obtaining the highest quality technology products and service in the most cost effective manner. In addition, he is involved in designing, recommending and implementing network infrastructure, as well as delivering training and technical assistance to school personnel on a myriad of technology topics. John was president of the Connecticut Educators Computer Association (CECA) from 1991-1993, and continues to help plan and coordinate Statewide Educational Technology Conference and other technology related programs for educators. He is on the Joint Committee on Educational Technology (JCET) Task Force commissioned by the State Legislature to provide input on issues related to technology and schools. He reviewed and provided input on the State of Connecticut Educational Technology Plan. John is Exhibit Manager for the CT Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (CASCD) and the Connecticut Reading Association; in this position he coordinates vendor exhibits through a series of statewide conferences. John holds a B.A. in economics, a Connecticut Teachers Certificate and a Massachusetts Teachers Certificate.

15. NEA: NEA Home
full report, visit http// District of Columbia, New York,connecticut, and New was provided by state education agencies and analyzed
For and About Members Help for Parents Press Center News Releases ... Speeches For More Information:
NEA Communications: 202 822-7200 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 8, 2002 News Release
U.S. Teachers' Salaries Fall Below Economic Trends
NEA Report Shows Teacher Salaries Not Keeping Pace With Education Investments Washington, D.C. - America's teachers did not reap the rewards of increased investment in public education during the 1990s, according to a report released today by the National Education Association (NEA), the nation's largest professional employee organization. To read the full report, visit Teachers' salaries increased by 3 percent during the decade spanning from 1991-2001 when adjusted for inflation. This increase works out to an average annual rate of 0.3 percent a year, according to NEA's report Rankings and Estimates 2000-2001 . During this same period, school revenue receipts, total expenditures, and per-pupil expenditures increased significantly. "As more money was invested in public education, teacher salaries remained stagnant - all while the U.S. was in a time of economic expansion," NEA President Bob Chase said. "If we, as a nation, are serious about student achievement, we need to make sure we can attract and retain high-quality teachers. Nothing has a more profound effect on a child's achievement than the quality of his or her teacher, and it's hard to convince someone to stay in the classroom when the salary is so low."

16. NFBC - Braille Literacy Advisory Council
of such children employed by local education agencies, and assess Federation of theBlind of connecticut Home Page. information, Email us at
The National Federation of the Blind
of Connecticut
Braille Literacy Advisory Council
The Braille Literacy Advisory Council of Connecticut is a result of the passage of Public Act 00-127 by Connecticut's General Assembly. It was established to implement the recommendations of the Braille Literacy Task Force of 1999. The Council consists of nine members, all volunteers, who meet regularly to study the education of blind and visually impaired children in Connecticut. They are charged with reporting back annually to the General Assembly, and have the power to initiate legislation if needed. The nine members represent a sampling of concerns in the blind community and are as follows: The goal of the Council is to review the availability of services for Connecticut's visually impaired students, find potential problems and barriers, and recommend solutions for improvement. Annual Reports will cover the seven objectives outlined in Public Act 00-127 Return to Legislative Issues in Connecticut Return to The National Federation of the Blind of Connecticut Home Page For more information, E-mail us at:

17. NFBC -
professional development programs, by local education agencies on a Federation ofthe Blind of connecticut Home Page. information, Email us at
The National Federation of the Blind
of Connecticut
Public Act No. 00-127
An Act Implementing the Recommendations of the Braille Literacy Task Force

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened: (c) All appointments to the advisory council shall be made no later than sixty days after the effective date of this section. Any vacancy shall be filled by the appointing authority. (d) The advisory council shall elect a chairperson from among its members, except that the speaker of the House of Representatives and the president pro tempore of the Senate shall select the chairpersons for the first meeting of the advisory council. Such chairpersons shall schedule the first meeting of the advisory council, which shall be held no later than ninety days after the effective date of this section. (e) Any member who fails to attend fifty percent of all meetings held during any calendar year shall be deemed to have resigned from office. Members of the advisory council shall serve without compensation. (f) Not later than January 1, 2001, and annually thereafter, the advisory council shall submit a report on its findings and recommendations to the joint standing committees of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to education, human services and appropriations and the budgets of state agencies.

18. CEA - Connecticut Education Association
school board perspectives before federal government agencies, and providing of importanceto women and their families, including education. 1711 connecticut Ave
Private and Other Organizations, Sources of Technical Assistance American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee 4201 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 300, Washington, D.C. 20008, 202/244-2990 Committee provides information on hate crimes against Arab-Americans. American Association for Mental Retardation 444 N. Capitol Street NW, Suite 846 Washington, D.C. 20001, 202/424-3688 National organization devoted to furthering opportunities for persons with disabilities. This organization may be able to provide referrals to a range of persons and organizations that can help schools counter harassment of students with disabilities. American Federation of Teachers (AFT) 555 New Jersey Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20001, 800/238-1133 ext. 4434, 202/879-4434,

19. CEA - Connecticut Education Association
connecticut Network A complete series of lesson plans A central clearinghouse foreducation resources available through federal agencies, US Census
Online and Interactive Resources Updated 1/14/03
Teach online for free, take distance-learning courses, utilize and customize 239 discipline-specific resource centers for your class Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators
A categorized list of sites useful for enhancing curriculum and teacher professional growth Brainy Betty Education Collection
Powerpoint templates, FREE stuff for teachers, and lesson plans! NASA - JSC Digital Image Collection
Over 250,000 digitized images from space exploration projects Classroom Connect
Provides innovative interactive media and services for using the Internet in the classroom National Archives: The Digital Classroom
Provides materials from the National Archives and methods of teaching using primary source s Connecticut Digital Library
) Provides all Connecticut residents, students, and faculty with online access to essential library and information resources

20. Connecticut State Resources
Contact information for disability resources.Category Regional North America Disability Resources...... State agencies and Organizations. Dowaliby, Chief Bureau of Special education andPupil Services connecticut Department of education 25 Industrial
NICHCY State Resources : Connecticut
A publication of the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Connecticut State Resources
Table of Contents
State Agencies Disability Organizations Parent Organizations Other Organizations
The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at and let us know.
State Agencies and Organizations
Age of Eligibility
Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
Honorable Christopher J. Dodd (D)
448 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

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