Provide Quality Education

Provide Quality Education

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.


Educational achievement gaps persist between high and low income neighborhoods in Greater New Haven.

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Starting off right with early childhood education »


Before they enter kindergarten, children have already developed many of the basic brain connections that impact their ability to learn.

Black Lives Matter: The Schott 50 State Report on Public Education and Black Males »


Black Lives Matter, this fifth edition of the Schott 50-State Report on Public Education and Black Males, provides a national overview of the state of Black and Latino male students, a state-level analysis highlighting high performing and low-performing states, and a local analysis of school districts with more than 10,000 enrolled Black male students.

Transforming an Urban School System »


The RAND Corporation independent report, "Transforming an Urban School System," finds that both New Haven Promise and School Change reforms are making progress towards their goals and a college-going culture is being cultivated in New Haven public schools.

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ConnCAT's Two Years Show Results

The Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology (ConnCAT) is providing pathways to industry training and job placement. Read More »

Teaching Youth to 'Own Their Economic Success'

Junior Achievement of Southwest New England helps students relate “what they learn” to “what they earn”. Read More »

Students Recognized for Creativity and Innovation

Milton Fisher Scholarship for Innovation and Creativity Awarded to 7 Students for Projects Involving Science, Health, Education, the Arts, and Social Action. Read More »

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Index Report

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven is proud to have been a major funder of the 2016 Greater New Haven Community Index report compiled by DataHaven. 

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The report is based on federal and statewide data sources, including the 2015 DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey, which conducted live interviews with 16,219 randomly-selected adults throughout Connecticut in 2015. The survey provides information not otherwise available at a local level, such as respondents’ views on effectiveness of local government, financial security, access to resources and basic needs, transportation, and other social and economic issues.


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