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Connecticut Council for Social Studies


The Connecticut Council for Social Studies is a , organization. The Connecticut Council for Social Studies can be contacted by phone at +1 860-769-4266, and by email at ctcouncilss@gmail.com. The official website for the Connecticut Council for Social Studies is https://www.ctsocialstudies.org/.

The CCSS, in partnership with Connecticut Humanities and many educators throughout the state, are crafting new social studies standards based upon the existing CT frameworks. The success of this project will be defined by our ability to incorporate the views of a diverse field of stakeholders. We need your perspective! Maintaining confidentiality of data is extremely important. CCSS will protect all collected information to the fullest extent permitted by law and will not share that information with anyone outside of the study team.


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