CAPSS is grateful for the support of our new partner, Right At School. We encourage our members to consider Right At School's before and after school programs.
For superintendents and retired superintendents, this program is registering for October 3 from 4pm - 7pm and will be held at Fairfield University.
This Professional Learning program is registering now for the September 21, 2018 session.
Register now for an Exhibit Booth at the 2018 CABE/CAPSS Convention.
CAPSS' welcomes ClassLink as a business partner. We are grateful for their support and encourage our members to explore their considerable learning resources for students and teachers.
CAPSS welcomes Shipman & Goodwin LLP as one of our returning partners for 2018-2019. We appreciate their continuous support throughout the years, and we hope our members will consider Shipman & Goodwin for their school attorney needs.
CAPSS' appreciates SPUR's support and encourages our members to consider Spur for their staffing needs.
CAPSS' Executive Director, Fran Rabinowitz, was honored by the Center for Children's Advocacy at their Spring for Kids Connecticut Champion of Children Awards at Infinity Music Hall in Hartford on Tuesday evening.
School leaders discuss school safety concerns in a recent interview on Fox 61, The Real Story.
Concern and anger expressed for lack of progress made by politicians and calls for legislative change.
CAPSS' Executive Director will be one of the recipients of the 2018 Champion of Children Awards presented by the Center for Children's Advocacy on May 8.
CAPSS has released it's Public Policy Agenda for 2018.
A new publication produced by Innovation Partners America in partnership with CAPSS and the Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology (CET).
Cuts to school programs, hiring of teachers and classroom consolidation are just some examples of the devastation the lack of state budget is bringing to Connecticut's schools.
Fran Rabinowitz spoke with Ray Dunaway of WTIC recently voicing concerns over issues within the state budget and its profound impact on everyone from Boards of Ed through superintendents, teachers and students in Connecticut.
Public education leaders warn of damaging changes to education structure in the vetoed budget & call for bi-partisan budget that equitably funds all districts.
Software providers interested in serving CT schools are urged to agree to the CT Student Data Privacy Pledge by July 1, 2018.