The PDS department at CES hosted a workshop to give educators from the region guidance and tools to eliminate bias and foster diversity in their schools.
School law expert Tom Mooney spoke to participants in the New Administrator Induction program organized by Professional Development Services at CES on March 4.
The Professional Development Services department at CES is excited to announce Kasey Dunn and Kerrie Harrigan have joined the team as Teaching and Learning Specialists.
Get ready for a Mardi Gras party to help the CES Foundation raise money for CES schools and programs. Save March 26 on your calendars!
Members of this year's New Administrator Induction Program met with guest speaker Michele Stewart-Copes to discuss How to Lead Courageous Conversations on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion with Staff, Families, and Even Other Leaders.
Participants in the Administrator Aspirant program continued their exploration of school administration careers during a workshop that featured four current school administrators sitting on a panel to discuss issues that they face and offer advice on handling the role of a school or district leader.
Approximately 40 school administrators attended a workshop at CES to listen to Andy Bechnall, a partner with Shipman & Goodwin, talk about legal guideless for Special Education programs in school districts.
About 70 veteran and new school administrators attended the annual Superintendents Breakfast hosted by the Professional Development Services team at CES.
Aspiring administrators from across the CES region attended their first two days of sessions August 16-17. The group was treated to a presentation on the View of Leadership with CES Executive Director Dr. Charles Dumais.
The Professional Development Services department at CES has added two members to its team. Jillian Moccia and Rich Reynolds come to CES each with years of experience providing development opportunities to educators in the region.
The state's effort to recruit more teachers of color took another step recently when nine teacher trainees completed courses hosted by CES that put them on the path to being certified.
CES and Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo have been awarded a grant to launch the Food for Thought program this summer to teach students and their families about the benefits of fresh, healthy food and how gardening and farming can enrich our lives.
The Connecticut State Department of Education and RESC Alliance have recognized Impact Educators from around the state who have excelled with Blended Learning projects.
Dr. Lori Elliott has been appointed Director of Professional Development Services at Cooperative Educational Services. The Easton resident comes to CES from Greenwich Public Schools.
The Leadership Institute at CES is launching the workshop series Just in Time to help new and aspiring school administrators find solutions to problems that may not have been addressed in their formal training to be a leader
Liz Parmelee, an Early Childhood Specialist at CES, helped a Bridgeport childcare center earn recognition from the Connecticut Breastfeeding Coalition.
The Early Childhood Services team at CES is offering 3 videochat sessions with special guest Jennifer Carvajal, the Senior Educational Director of Teaching Beyond the Square in NYC. The series begins Nov. 24.
Two members of the CES team are co-authors of a series of policy and practice briefs produced by the Partnership for Early Educational Research (PEER), an alliance that is part of the Yale School of Medicine.
A workshop hosted March 3, 2020, by our Professional Development Services department encouraged educators to bring game play into their teaching practices.
Liz Parmelee, an education veteran with years of experience in Early Childhood, has joined the Professional Development Services division of C.E.S.
The PDS division at C.E.S. is helping public school districts in the region work on plans to increase the diversity in their staff. Click the headline above to watch a video on the project
The ability of C.E.S. to help school districts in our region got a tremendous boost when Dr. Christine Peck earned certification as an independent trainer for the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule.
A Norwalk charter school took part in a year-long workshop series hosted by the Professional Development Services division of C.E.S. and used it to implement a program to improve curriculum.
An expert on developing and implementing effective behavioral and academic approaches to reducing chronic absenteeism among students will be the main presenter at a workshop Dec. 3.
Aspiring administrators start new program
Well-known math specialist at workshop
Council discusses changing grad requirements