Advocacy

As Predicted Waterbury Test Scores Get Worse, Not Better! Hispanic and Black Students Lag Behind Peers…

In this case, by looking at our three-year trends we can see a disturbing trend of systemic failures to address the root causes of poor student performance, especially for Black and Hispanic students.

Malloy’s Veto: Let It Stand, Public Act No. 18-89 Hurts More Than It Helps!

Malloy’s veto allows our lawmakers to complete the difficult task of constructing meaningful and comprehensive legislation during a full session in 2019… If we are serious about increasing educational access for all children, closing all opportunity gaps, and ending the school-to-prison pipeline our elected officials who have expressed a sincere desire to promote education equity should allow the veto to stand…

RACCE’s 1st ANNUAL: BUILDING CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITIES CONFERENCE

Attention: Waterbury Educators, Parents, & Students Register Now!!! #RACCE We are hosting a two-day conference on December 2nd & 3rd, 2017. This two-day event is a unique professional development and community building opportunity, and we hope you will join us. It’s… Read More ›

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