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The American Historical Association is the largest professional organization serving historians in all fields and all professions. The AHA has become a trusted voice for history education, the professional work of historians, and the critical role of historical thinking in public life. Publishes these journals: The American Historical Review and Perspectives on History.
A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that represents more than 175,000 educators from 119 countries and nearly 60 affiliates. Our members span the entire profession of educators—superintendents, supervisors, principals, teachers, professors of education, and school board members.
The Connecticut Reading Association is an organization of literacy professionals throughout Connecticut. Membership is open to all classroom teachers, reading specialists, administrators, paraprofessionals, college and university students, and anyone interested in promoting literacy.
ILA’s mission is to promote reading by continuously advancing the quality of literacy instruction and research worldwide. More than 50,000 members strong, the ILA supports literacy professionals through outstanding professional development activities using a wide range of resources, as well as providing advocacy efforts and promoting volunteerism.
With technology and engineering education, students get to problem solve, design, and innovate while being presented with rich and varied experiences. It aims for broad technological literacy within areas such as robotics, electronics, bio technologies, and much more. Students are encouraged to show initiative, be innovative and creative, learn independently, and take responsibility. Publishes Technology and Engineering Teacher (TET), Children's Technology and Engineering, and Journal of Technology Education.
The mission of the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) is to lead in the advocacy and support for elementary and middle level principals and other education leaders in their commitment to all children.
The preeminent organization of and national voice for middle level and high school principals, assistant principals, and aspiring school leaders from across the United States and more than 45 countries around the world. The mission of NASSP is to promote excellence in school leadership.
National Council for the Social Studies is the largest profesional association in the country devoted solely to social studies education. NCSS engages and supports educators in strengthening and advocating social studies. With members in all the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and 69 foreign countries, NCSS serves as an umbrella organization for elementary, secondary, and college teachers of history, civics, geography, economics, political science, sociology, psychology, anthropology, and law-related education. The NCSS membership represents K-12 classroom teachers, college and university faculty members.
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is a public voice of mathematics education, providing vision, leadership and professional development to support teachers in ensuring equitable mathematics learning of the highest quality for all students. Publishes the journals: Mathematics Teacher, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, Teaching Children Mathematics, and journals for Research in Mathematics Education.
The School of Education and Professional Studies (SEPS) has a long history of training educators and human service professionals, beginning with the establishment of the New Britain Normal School—CT's first teacher training institution—in 1849. Today, SEPS is recognized as a leader in both education and other human service fields, including nursing, counseling, and social work. We invite you to explore our many academic programs and learn about the experiences of our students. - website
The Connecticut State Department of Education is the administrative arm of the Connecticut State Board of Education. Through leadership, curriculum, research, planning, evaluation, assessment, data analyses and other assistance, the Department helps to ensure equal opportunity and excellence in education for all Connecticut students. The Department is responsible for distributing funds to all Connecticut public school districts. The Department also operates the Connecticut Technical Education and Career System. - website
The goal of the Center's research is to identify ways that leaders, policymakers, teacher developers, and the reform community can support teachers' work and careers and, ultimately, the quality of young people's learning opportunities, in U.S. elementary and secondary schools.
The Child & Family Data Archive (C&F Data Archive) is the place to discover, access, and analyze data on early care, education, and families.
C&F Data Archive hosts datasets about young children, their families and communities, and the programs that serve them.
Find resources to help you implement six transformational strategies: project-based learning, social and emotional learning, comprehensive assessment, teacher development, integrated studies, and technology integration. - Website
Made by USC Rossier School of Education. "This toolkit provides teachers and school administrators with how-to guides, actionable strategies and real-life examples of the benefits of digital literacy in the classroom." - Website