Educational achievement gaps persist between high and low income neighborhoods in Greater New Haven.
Dive Into The Issues
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.
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.
Greater New Haven literacy organizations help adults learn the literacy skills they need to access living-wage jobs and improve their quality of life.
Educate a child and you change a community. For the child, a good education means better career opportunities and higher lifetime earnings.
The Community Foundation's investments in education span the continuum from pre-K through college and adult-education programs.
Find Local Education Organizations
This area nonprofit promotes literacy among youth through after-school and tutoring programs.Read More ›
The Educational Care Collaborative works with students at two Hamden schools, and their parents, to ensure that every child gets the most out of the classroom experience.Read More ›