CT PIRC provides statewide support to families, service providers and educators, through the website or Parent Line: 1-800-842-8678
The CT Parent Information and Resource Center is a non-profit organization partially funded by a grant through the U.S. Department of Education. The CT PIRC and its primary partner, the CT State Department of Education, support school-family-community alliances by building on the strengths of each.
CT PIRC services include: Family support and resources, training opportunities, and outreach to all families with some programs targeted to those families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Toll-free phone line to provide assistance to families on educational issues related to The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) and accountability
Website(www.ctpirc.org)containing resources and updated announcements regarding family learning, family engagement, parent involvement, and school-family-community partnerships.
CT PIRC Library section with family and school-family-community resources housed at the SERC Library: 25 Industrial Park Road, Middletown, CT 06457 (860)632-1485
Professional development opportuntities for school districts statewide, including Title 1 districts, on School-Family-Community partnerships, How Welcoming Is Your School Training, Action Team Training, ESEA for family service providers, Family Literacy Institute, and much more.
Days Offered:Monday - Friday
Call for information
25 Industrial Park Road
Middletown , CT 06457
CT PARENT INFORMATION AND RESOURCE CENTER
T: 860-632-1485 F: