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Breakout of Education Cost Sharing (ECS) Grant Entitlements Between Alliance and Non-Alliance School Districts (CT State Department of Education)

Feb 15, 2018

The data, which spans from the 2011-12 school year to the 2017-18 school year, from the Connecticut State Department of Education that breaks down each Connecticut town's Education Cost Sharing (ECS) grant by the Alliance District and non-Alliance District portion.

Alliance Districts, which are the 33 lowest-performing local public school districts in the state, receive increased ECS funding "to support district strategies to dramatically increase student outcomes and close achievement gaps."

According to Connecticut's General Statutes, each Alliance District’s increased funding is conditioned upon the submission — and approval by the commissioner the Connecticut State Department of Education — of a plan for improving district academic outcomes as well as district progress and performance relative to that plan.

Citation

Connecticut State Department of Education. (2018). Breakout of ECS Entitlements between Alliance and Non-Alliance. Hartford, CT: Author. Retrieved from http://portal.ct.gov/-/media/SDE/Grants-Management/ECSMBR/ecs-alliance-nonalliance_Excel.pdf?la=en.

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