The Connecticut Geographic Alliance is an organization of educators, business people and other citizens dedicated to improving geographic education in Connecticut. Our members include teachers and administrators from most Connecticut towns, geography and education faculty from the state’s colleges and universities, and concerned citizens in business and government.

Our organization is part of the National Geographic Society’s Geographic Alliance Network. Alliance activities are supported by an endowment from the National Geographic Society Education Foundation. In addition, Central Connecticut State University provides a home base for the Alliance in its Geography Department.

Geo-Inquiry Summer Institute

Teachers, just a reminder of the Geo-Inquiry Summer Institute happening in 2 weeks! There is still time to register and attend. You are now able to receive graduate credit for this institute and there will be no charge for PDP's. The only fee for attending is if you...
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CT High School Geography Challenge Winner!

HOUSATONIC VALLEY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL WINS THE   27TH   ANNUAL CONNECTICUT   HIGH   SCHOOL   GEOGRAPHY   CHALLENGE   A team of 5 students from Housatonic Valley Regional High School (Connecticut Regional School District #1) in Falls Village won the 27th  annual...
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Population Connection Announces Winners of “World of 7 Billion” International Student Video Contest

The winners of the 2017 – 2018 World of 7 Billion video contest have been announced! You can watch all of the winning videos and learn more about the winning student filmmakers online now. This year, over 5,500 students participated and we received 2,913 video...
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AGS Geography Teacher Fellows Initiative

AGS Geography Teacher Fellows Initiative We are now accepting applications for the Class of 2018-2019!  The American Geographical Society’s (AGS) Geography Teacher Fellows Initiative is a selective nationwide professional development program for Geography teachers who...
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Norwalk students headed to the Geographic Bee in CT!

Check out how a local eighth grader is on her way for the second year in a row to the CT Geographic State Bee with high intentions for herself! Good luck Claire! Roton Middle School eighth-grader Claire DiChiaro spins a large globe in the science lab at the school on...
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A Summer Institute for Grades 6-12 Educators in NC

The Duke Islamic Studies Center, the Duke University Middle East Studies Center, and Qatar Foundation International Present: "Dimensions of the Middle East: Foundations, Cultures, and Geopolitics" A Summer Institute for Grades 6-12 Educators  June 24-29, 2018 Duke...
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