This guide offers suggested starting points and resources when researching with Connecticut state and federal government information. The page on General Resources for Student Research may also help.
The primary audience is intended to be History Day students, although teachers, parents and other researchers may find this useful as well.
Many topics in the field of education will overlap with other social sciences (psychology, sociology, etc.) as well as social services (aid to the poor, mental health, etc.). It is hard to separate them out at times.
The scanned Archives finding aid for RG010, Department of Education, includes a brief history of education in Connecticut.
These are some topics that have been researched at the CT State library in the past.
These are a few examples. Please search our library catalog and archival finding aids, or contact the library for reference help.
The Connecticut State Library may has these resources and/or related resources.
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