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January 25, 2019

CT High School Graduation Requirements Unpacked: Brief 4 - Mastery-Based Learning

This is the fourth installment of the Connecticut High School Graduation Requirements Unpacked series. This seven-part series, created in collaboration with the Great Schools Partnership, unpacks the graduation requirements that were passed by the Connecticut General Assembly in 2017, provides resources for implementation, and questions for your considerations as you and your community work toward full implementation for the class of 2023. 

This week’s topic is Mastery-Based Learning.

View/download this brief.

Now registering AT CAPSS

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Connecticut Schools Most Innovative Practices, Building Our Future Together

March 8, 2019 
8:30am - 12:30pm

University of Bridgeport
84 Iranistan Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 

The keynote speaker is Jon Landis, a thought leader from Apple.

Additional speakers will include:

Berj Akian, CEO of ClassLink.

Dr. Ronald Beghetto, an internationally recognized expert on creative thought and action in education.  He serves as Professor of Educational Psychology and Director of Innovation House at the University of Connecticut.

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CAPPS' Innovation Committee Now Online

The CAPSS' Innovation Committee is an evolving network of superintendents (Bethel, Bloomfield, Bolton, Branford, CREC, CCSU Teacher Leader Fellowship Program, Farmington, Granby, Guilford, Meriden, Shelton, South Windsor, Stamford, Wallingford, Windham and Woodbridge) focused on preparing our students for the challenges of the mid-to-late 21st Century in the context of innovation.

The committee will post ideas and share resources on the CAPSS website, will collaborate with each other, host the Igniting Innovation Conference and more.

Follow all the Committee's work here

Ignite Talk Proposal Submission

If your district is interested in presenting an innovative talk at the March 8 Igniting Innovation Conference, the form (due January 25, 2019) and additional information may be found here.

Ignite Talk Proposals

Request for PK-12 Innovative Educational Idea/Practice

Here is another exciting way for districts to participate in the March 8 Igniting Innovation conference.  Based on the work of HundrED, the CAPSS Innovation Committee is pleased to invite every Connecticut school district to share one PK-12 innovative educational idea/practice. The goal is to help improve Connecticut education by establishing a platform to share innovative school practices. We hope that every district will participate!

More information


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