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Middlesex Parents Supporting Educational Excellence

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 390 Ridge Rd Middletown CT 06457  See map
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Parents Supporting Educational Excellence (PSEE) is a free parent leadership course offered to families in Middletown and Middlesex County.  PSEE provides parents (and educators or community members) with practical strategies for working with others to examine education policies and practices.   PSEE participants join a strong community of parents interested in the details, the context, and the strategies to promote school practices that increase achievement and success for all students.


In the class, one learns what to expect from schools, how to partner with them, and how to be successful civic leaders on education issues. During each session, participants acquire knowledge, engage in dialogue that encourages understanding of diverse viewpoints and experiences, and practice the skills needed to effect constructive change.  Upon completion, PSEE graduates are civically engaged and are confidently addressing public policies and improving schools for all children.


Upcoming PSEE informational sessions:


Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012, 12 pm, Central Office Annex, 310 Hunting Hill, Middletown, CT 06457


Or


Wednesday, Dec 12, 2012, 7pm, Farm Hill School (Library)*, 390 Ridge Road, Middletown, CT 06457 * Childcare available at this session only


Please RSVP to the Parent Leadership Office: 860-638-1463 or plti@mpsct.org


 The 12-week course was designed by the Connecticut Center for School Change and the Connecticut Commission on Children.


PSEE is offered in partnership with the Middletown Public Schools, CT Center for School Change, Parent Trust & SERC/PIRC.


 

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