This unique directory lists camps and programs for children with and without special needs, offering a range of both outdoor and indoor activities as well as opportunities for day and overnight camping experiences.
News & Updates
- The IEP Guide: Page by Page
- Assessment of Child and Adolescent Behavioral and Emotional Problems and Risk with the BASC-3
- Symposium celebrates, cultivates teacher-leadership in Connecticut
- A Plan to Ensure Equitable Access to Excellent Educators- Webinars
- School Climate Transformation Grant (SCTG) Open for Applications
- 2015 Directory of Summer Camps & Programs
- Connecting the Dots Archives
- A Forum with Dinner and Networking on Equity in Education: A Transformational Approach
- The Yale RELATE Project
- SRBI Symposium: Using Data for Development, Decision Making, and Effective Instruction
- Advocating for a Program that Empowers Families
- Let's Pretend! Using Storybooks to Encourage Play and Friendships
- May 6, 2015- NEW DATE for Best Practices in Co-Teaching
- Free Webinars on IEP
- Recognized for Leadership: Mark D. Benigni
- Autism - Connecting the Dots
- 4th Annual Parental Involvement Recognition Award
- NEW: Specific Learning Disabilities/Dyslexia Initiative Web page
- Welcome to our new partner- Dr. Isabelina Rodriguez
- RFP: Planning Grants to Increase Representation of Black and Latino Educators
|A Family Guide to Assistive Technology in Connecticut|
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Una Guía Familiar Para Tecnología Asistida En Connecticut (Download in Spanish)