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EASTCONN Adult & Community Education Programs - in Stafford!

EASTCONN Adult & Community Education Programs - in Stafford!

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EASTCONN Adult & Community Programs

EASTCONN promotes and supports lifelong learning for parents, workers and residents of northeastern Connecticut. Whether it’s high school completion, job training, English language instruction, or parenting support, EASTCONN Adult & Community Programs are designed to help all adult residents develop new, lifelong skills, expand options, and reach new goals.

EASTCONN in Stafford
Did you know EASTCONN education programs are available in Stafford? EASTCONN Adult Education Program offers courses in high school completion, English language, citizenship and more - right here in town at the Stafford Library (10 Levinthal Road) and at no cost to its participants. 

EASTCONN Offers Classes in:
  • High School Completion
  • English Language
  • Citizenship 
  • & more!
EASTCONN adult education programs help learners earn their diplomas & meet goals:
  • No cost to participants! 
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Both live online classes and in-person classes
  • Individualized classes
  • Continuous enrollment!
  • Support for career and professional development
2023 EASTCONN Fall Enrollment Flyer
High School Completion Programs
English Learners Brochure

You can get started today! Call 860-423-2591, email or visit to learn more!  
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EASTCONN at a Glance

Established in 1980, under Connecticut General Statute 10-66a, EASTCONN is one of Connecticut’s six, public, non-profit, Regional Educational Service Centers. EASTCONN was formed when two small, eastern Connecticut public service agencies merged in order to more effectively provide regional, affordable education programs and services to the region’s smaller, often under-resourced, schools and communities. Initially, EASTCONN started with a small staff, but quickly grew as it demonstrated its expertise across a range of programs and services, including K-12 professional learning, special education, adult education and early childhood.

Today, EASTCONN employs more about 640 staff who work in specialties like early childhood, K-12 student programs (magnet high schools, autism, clinical day treatment, psychological-behavioral consultation, related services, transition programs), adult education, employment and training, teaching and learning, organizational support services, technology solutions, and student transportation, among others. Entrepreneurial by design, EASTCONN provides high-quality, competitively priced educational and related services to the 33 towns and 36 school districts in northeastern Connecticut that comprise the EASTCONN region. The agency is governed by a Board of Directors, who are also members of locally elected Boards of Education. Agency funding comes from the fees EASTCONN charges for its programs, schools and services, supplemented by competitively awarded grants and contracts

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