New Haven, CT (PRWEB) January 18, 2013
The Connecticut Council for Education Reform (CCER) has launched a cutting-edge new website, http://www.ctedreform.org, which streamlines the user experience on CCER’s most widely used communication channel and serves as the digital hub for education reform news.
The website’s key features include:
“The new web environment provides a dynamic high-quality online experience for our users and advances the public profile of The Connecticut Council for Education Reform,” said Rae Ann Knopf, Executive Director of CCER.
Developed in partnership with (a)squaredstudio, the new website also includes a page to learn about and register for CCER’s upcoming events, as well as a more personalized staff page that highlights CCER’s dedicated team and Board of Directors..
The new website is part of a larger initiative to provide updates on Connecticut education reform progress and support implementation of new reforms at school and district levels.
“Our goal is to increase our online presence and provide a more dynamic platform for resourcing best practices in the six main areas of CCER’s reform plan. “ said Knopf. “This overhaul and upgrade would not have been possible without the collaboration and support of CCER employees and board members who contributed their time and ideas to help create an innovative site.”
About the Connecticut Council for Education Reform
The Connecticut Council for Education Reform (CCER) is a statewide non-profit organization that represents business and civic leaders who support comprehensive education reform efforts to close the achievement gap and raise academic outcomes in students. Established in 2011 as a direct result of the work of the Connecticut Commission on Educational Achievement (CCEA), CCER’s goal is to support systemic changes that advance best practices and innovation in education to ensure that every child receives an exceptional education. Through public awareness, education and engagement, CCER seeks to broaden support for these efforts and effect long-term sweeping change in the public education system.
For more information on CCER, go to http://www.ctedreform.org.