CSDE

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CSDEConnecticut State Department of Education
CSDECenter for Studies in Demography and Ecology (University of Washington)
CSDECathy Sharp Dance Ensemble (Basel, Switzerland)
CSDECentral Servicing Development Establishment (Royal Air Force)
CSDECorrect Side Door Enable (London Underground)
CSDECombat Support Data Environment
CSDECombat Systems Demonstration Evaluation
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RUSSELL-TUCKER (charlene .russell-tucker@ct.gov) is chief operating officer of the Connecticut State Department of Education. KARI SULLIVAN (kari.sullivan@ct.gov) is state attendance lead in the Connecticut State Department of Education.
This was and is the overarching strategy that the Connecticut School Counselor Association and the Connecticut State Department of Education have used in their attempt to create and then implement a comprehensive model across all high schools in their state.
(25.) Connecticut State Department of Education. Connecticut Nutrition Standards.
Copyright[C] 1995 by the Connecticut State Department of Education.
When the Connecticut State Department of Education published its first district report cards in 2003, it was obvious that the Hartford Public Schools district was struggling.
of Great Falls) and Purcell, who works for the Connecticut State Department of Education, present four units contributed by teachers and education professors for teaching science students in grades 6 through 12 using the parallel curriculum model, a model that helps students understand the whole discipline by using parallel designs for the core curriculum, connections that link knowledge, understanding of the methodology of the practitioner who creates the knowledge, and the identity of learners and teachers.
Flinter, Connecticut State Department of Education, Bureau of Early Childhood and Social Services, personal communication, January 22, 2003).
Connecticut State Department of Education Assistant Superintendent of Trade, Technologies and Adult Education Judy Thompson says the Connecticut Regional Vocational-Technical School System is currently going through a restructuring process in order to create a system where all of the vocational-technical schools in Connecticut have the same criteria and curriculum for both their traditional courses as well as their career-specific courses.
As with previous years, the authors' analysis also reveals that Connecticut State Department of Education graduation rates are significantly higher than the rates reported in "Education Week's Diplomas Count" report.
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