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Employment History

Interim Education Consultant

CT State Department of Education


Education Consultant , Career Development and Experiential Learning

CT State Department of Education


Associate Education Consultant

State Department of Education


Department of Social Services


Region F Career Pathways & College Career Pathways Partners


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Judith Andrews - CT State Department of Education


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Presenter: Judy Andrews, Consultant for School-to-Career: Career Development and Work-based Learning, CT State Department of Education


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Judith Andrews
Education Consultant CT State Department of Education 165 Capital Ave Hartford, CT 06106 860-713-6766/fax 860-713-7018 email: Judith.andrews@po.state.ct.us


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Still, Judith Andrews, the state education department's home-schooling consultant, said test scores are not the only method of determining a student's success. "There are lots of other measures of a child's success," she said.Andrews said there are a lot of reasons parents home-school their children. "Some parents want to do it just for a year or two, just to try it," she said."Some do it because they're traveling or because of something personal that's going on within the family." Although Connecticut does have legal statutes for home schooling, it's up to the local school district how those statutes are interpreted, Andrews said.The state does not provide information to parents who are thinking of home schooling their children, but Andrews hopes to change that. "I think we should in fact have a Web page or a fact sheet that we can give to parents," she said.


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