The report contains data about early childhood in New Haven. From the Executive Summary:
March 15, 2019
This is a slide deck related to the full report. Click on the Document link below to download the file.
October 18, 2016
The Waterbury Childcare Accessibility and Enrollment Study was prepared by DataHaven, and commissioned by The Leever Foundation. The 26-page report provides information on the number of young children by zip code and neighborhood, available childcare slots by cost and type (family, center, school based), and the relative adequacy or shortage by neighborhood.
July 31, 2016
November 10, 2015
The New Haven Early Childhood Plan outlines how the community can work together to ensure the success of children. The plan includes specific strategies around: a) increasing the quality of early care and education and helping low-income families access care; b) providing more family support and family engagement services; and c) broadening access to health services, including physical, dental, and mental health care.
September 30, 2009
The Best Beginning: A New Haven Plan for Universal Access to Quality, Affordable Early Childcare and Education
The Mayor's Task Force on Universal Early Care and Education developed a plan to ensure school readiness through early childhood programs for children ages 3-5. The Task Force issued a set of recommendations as well.
March 19, 2001