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Empowering Educators to Achieve Breakthrough Results

Who We Are

The RISE Network is a community of educators working together to help Connecticut students achieve success in and beyond high school.

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We partner with urban public school districts throughout Connecticut to improve student outcomes.

We collaborate across schools and districts to advance shared goals and scale results.

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We connect educators to resources, information, and learning opportunities to promote innovation.

We improve graduation rates and ensure students are college and career ready.

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Learn more about RISE’s impact and get inspired by compelling stories from our school and district partners.

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What’s next for the RISE data tools?

In 2021, RISE started developing a series of web apps to make data-driven collaboration more effective. Building on the success of the Post-secondary Tracker app, we have been working on a new app which aims to build upon the data dashboards and expand its functions to cover other areas of the school experience.

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Connecting Data to Strategy

This year, RISE implemented Strategic Data Calendars to identify key moments when school teams should leverage specific data to guide decisions and actions. These calendars guide data-driven coaching and support for RISE partner high schools.

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The RISE Network Welcomes Two New Board Directors

The Connecticut RISE Network announced the expansion of its Board of Directors, welcoming two new Directors. Dianna Wentzell, Ed.D., the Director of Clinical Practice at University of Saint Joseph and former Connecticut Commissioner of Education, and Nathan Quesnel, Superintendent of East Hartford Public Schools and a founding RISE Network superintendent, joined the RISE Board. 

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Connecticut RISE Network Overview

Hear From RISE Educators

RISE allows us to grow together as a team of teachers. We definitely collaborate much more than we used to.”

Liz Matthews, Grade 9 Teacher & Team Leader Hartford Public High School

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