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Common Core Forum for Parents, Students, Teachers, and Community Members

Common Core Community ForumBuild relationships with parents, students, and community members and establish a shared understanding of the Common Core at a forum Saturday, Jan. 25, at Cromwell High School.

The forum will feature Sandra Alberti of Student Achievement Partners and will include breakout sessions for attendees to engage in meaningful discussions about Connecticut’s implementation of Common Core. Participants will also have an opportunity for hands-on practice with the new Common Core aligned Smarter Balanced Assessments.

The event is free and begins with registration and a continental breakfast at 8:30 a.m. It also includes lunch.

Please register to attend and encourage parents, community members, and especially students to attend as well. Student perspective on the Common Core is crucial to the discussion.

This community forum is the second in a series sponsored by CEA, the American Federation of Teachers Connecticut, Connecticut Association of Boards of Education, Connecticut Federation of School Administrators, Connecticut National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Connecticut Parent Teacher Student Association, Connecticut State Department of Education, Bureau of Health/Nutrition, Family Services and Adult Education, Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission, and Urban League of Greater Hartford.

  1. Linda #

    Achieve the core supports teacher evals tied to CCS while you try to back away. Isn’t that a conflict?

    Predominant Teacher Evaluation Program Will Reflect New Common Core State Standards

    10/29/2013 | PR Newswire
    Helmsley Charitable Trust makes a $3 million grant to align Charlotte Danielson’s Framework for Teaching to the Common Core State Standards. “The project will include a field study of the FfT and the CCSS Instructional Practice Guides, a new set of tools developed by Student Achievement Partners… to support teachers in making the instructional shifts called for by the CCSS.”

    January 8, 2014
  2. Linda #

    Did Student Achievement Partners receive money from the Gates Foundation?

    Directly or indirectly they are a connected to the cabal, re: Coleman, et. al.

    Student Achievement Partners was founded by David Coleman, Susan Pimentel and Jason Zimba, lead writers of the Common Core State Standards. We are a non-profit organization with one purpose: to help all students and teachers see their hard work lead to greater student achievement.

    January 8, 2014

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