A quality education is a right and a necessity. When you support quality education, you give a child limitless possibilities and a community, future stability.
Better Education = Better Lives
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Jewish Home for Children helps as many children as possible with scholarship awards to attend undergraduate school.
Ansonia Public Schools is a non-profit, tax exempt government entity that provides educational services to children in Grades K-12.
Achievement First delivers on the promise of equal educational opportunity for all of America's children, operating schools to provide students with the academic and character skills they need to graduate from top colleges, to succeed in a competitive world and to serve as the next generation of leaders for our communities.
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All Our Kin trains, supports and sustains community child care providers in order to ensure that children and families have the foundation they need to succeed in school and in life.
The Community Fund for Women and Girls is a component fund of The Community Foundation that promotes social and economic advancement for women and girls through strategic philanthropy, grants, advocacy and collaboration.
Good Shepherd Day Care Center provides quality early learning experiences for children so that they can reach their full potential, be prepared for school and have a productive life. Good Shepherd is the only Milford-area day care to offer services on a sliding scale for families earning less than 75% of the state median income.
Hamden Hall Country Day School, an independent, college preparatory, co-educational pre-school through grade 12 day school, challenges students to develop a strong sense of personal integrity and social responibility while preparing them for demanding academic programs at the collgiate level, promoting the core values of Excellence, Support, Participation, Accountability, and Respect.
Leila Day Nurseries serves children of working families from diverse economic and cultural backgrounds, fostering the children's social, emotional, cognitive and physical development within a warm and nurturing environment that is based on sound principles of child development and early childhood education.
New Haven Ecology Project operates Common Ground, a high school for environmental learning and leadership serving a diverse community of children, young people and adults from the New Haven region, connecting people to their environment and cultivating habits of healthy living and sustainable environmental practice.
New Haven Promise is a visionary scholarship and support program for the purposes of promoting college education as an aspiration for all New Haven Public School (NHPS) students; assisting graduating students from NHPS to pursue education after high school; and enhancing the growth, stability, and economic development of the City of New Haven, CT.
New Haven Reads Community Book Bank shares the joy and power of reading by promoting literacy, connecting people with the materials and the training they need to break the cycle of illiteracy and helping children in New Haven increase their literacy skills by providing quality, free after-school tutoring services to those who otherwise would not have access to adequate literacy support.
Read to Grow improves early literacy for all Connecticut children by providing books, by helping families share books with their babies beginning at birth, by encouraging language development, and by promoting an awareness of existing literacy resources.
Schooner, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting environmental awareness and personal growth by providing educational experiences in marine science, sailing, and the history of Long Island Sound and its watershed.
St. Martin De Porres Academy provides faith-based, tuition-free education for girls and boys to break the cycle of poverty through education, addressing educational disparity by increasing quality education opportunities for children from Connecticut’s lowest income families thus making them competitive for admission to college and universities.
United Way of Greater New Haven brings together the caring power of people to create change in our region and to improve lives. We provide leadership by: 1. Working with other community leaders and citizens to identify our greatest needs and best opportunities for change; 2. Generating and investing financial and other resources for measurable community results; 3. Championing volunteerism and civic engagement.
Teach Our Children Teach Our Children staff and volunteers work to ensure that parents and students are truly involved in education policy and decision making and rightfully acknowledged as critical participants in the success of the school system.
The Guilford Center for Children provides a safe, nurturing, and developmentally appropriate environment for young children who need out-of-home care during the day.
Vista Vocational & Life Skills Center's mission provides services and recourses on an individualized basis to assist adults with disabilities to live an independent and successful life.
Center Stage Theatre strives to provide young Latinas and all girls with hands-on forms of self expression and resources to help them cope with problems and work toward solutions.
Learning Ally promotes personal achievement when access and reading are barriers to learning by advancing the use of accessible and effective educational solutions.
Edith B Jackson Child Care is a leading provider of quality child care by joining families and early childhood professionals in a community of care.
Area Cooperative Education Services, For over 40 years, ACES has been serving special needs and regular education students from the 25 schools districts in our geographic region of south central Connecticut and throughout the State.
Bethesda Nursery School is dedicated to providing the highest caliber early care and education for children ages 3 to 5 years old based on the principles of developmentally appropriate practice.
The Sacred Heart Manor Nursery and Kindergarten was established in 1975 as a private Catholic school for the education of preschool and kindergarten age children regardless of race or religion.
The Women of Power Network works to empower, inspire and inform women and girls about issues affecting their educational, financial, and social well being.
The New Haven Young Men's Institute Library works fulfill its historical purpose of facilitating the "intellectual and moral improvement" of its members and the entire New Haven community through literature, civil discourse, and cultural exchange.
The Gateway Community College Foundation assists the College in expanding its services to students, enhancing academic instruction and investing in Connecticut’s future.
News, Reports & Resources
Convening: for education data and resources (11/28/12)
Houston, We Have a Problem, First 1000 Days Briefing Paper #1, (CT Dept. of Children and Families, June 2012)
Field Guide to Education in Connecticut 2012 (Connecticut Coalition for Achievement Now – CONNCAN, May 2012)
Job Training for Real Marketplace Needs (New Haven Magazine 5/11/12)
Bullying in Connecticut’s Public Schools: Implementation of Public Act 08-160 (4/2/12)
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