NEW HAVEN — The Connecticut Council for Education Reform (CCER) has launched a new website, CTedreform.org, which streamlines the user experience on CCER’s most widely used communication channel and serves as a digital hub for education reform news.
The site’s key features include an upgraded and redesigned homepage showcasing news and updates on education-reform issues, as well as easier access to each of the components of CCER’s plan for closing the achievement gap while raising educational achievement for all students; a section defining and describing the impact of the state’s achievement gap, as well as an interactive breakdown of the gap in individual districts; and direct access to the CCER blog.
Developed in partnership with (a)squaredstudio, the new website also includes a page to learn about and register for upcoming CCER events, as well as a more personalized staff page that highlights CCER’s team and board of directors. The new site is part of a larger initiative to provide updates on Connecticut education reform progress and support implementation of new "/books/buyxanaxonline//">xanax generic at school and district levels.
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