Capitol Region Interdistrict Leadership Academy
CRILA is a grant-operated summer and school-year program for high school juniors and seniors. CRILA's mission is to provide a diverse forum whereby students practice ethical and collaborative leadership through travel, research, and community service.
Webinars, professional development, and peer education programs about topics affecting students' well-being.
Managing Digital Learning Environments
This service teaches districts to leverage web-based tools to support curriculum, instruction, and workflow.
Office of School Transformation
Advanced support and professional development services for schools and districts in four research-based transformational areas: vision, instructional core, human capital, and infrastructure.
A wide-range of management consulting and business advisory services for schools, town governments, public agencies, and other nonprofit organizations.
Speech and Language Services
Seven-course, online program of study for aspiring and/or practicing speech and language pathology assistants presented by CREC and Charter Oak State College.
Center for Creative Youth
A four-week summer residency in the arts for talented high school students. This program increases artistic and academic skills in an advanced and intensive arts curriculum, and reduces racial isolation as diverse students live and work together.
Special Education Services
Customized workshops, technical assistance, and coaching sessions designed to meet new professional development requirements, focusing on methods for implementing IEPs through the development of specially designed instruction.
Educators in the region annualy select a piece of literature that highlights a key area of teaching and learning. Participants will receive a copy of the book and a study guide so that they can create book clubs in their districts.
Practice Case Studies for the Connecticut Administrator Test
A critical resource for candidates studying school leadership who want to obtain their CT 092 intermediate certification and need to pass the Connecticut Administrator Test
These professional development opportunities align with the CT School Leader Standards and focus on how leaders use critical reflection and analysis to create learning communities that embrace equitable opportunities and successful outcomes for all students.