A Parent's Guide to Boards of Education in Connecticut

The attached document identifies what a parent might encounter in dealing with their local Board of Education. This is particularly important to read and consider as citizens are considering who to vote for.

Understanding and Discussing Student Data Privacy

What do you know about the information that is or could be collected on your child and you. What do you know about the privacy and protection of that data. This pdf of a powerpoint presentation, provided by CUSP (Connecticut Unites for Student Privacy, is very helpful in gaining that understanding.

Discuss the SBAC with Your Board of Education

Local Boards need your support.  They need to know that you expect them to represent your interest in what remaining aspects of local control they still have the authority to uphold.  Curriculum that is developed to align with standards which lack evidence and which lack input and/or feedback from the stakeholders at the local level must be rejected or revoked.

Refuse The SBAC - As Simple As ABC

Refusing the SBAC by not giving your consent for your child to participate in testing is not only your right and justified, it is easy to do.  This ABC document explains the Why and How of Opting-Out of SBAC testing.

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