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  • 2015 Metro Hartford Progress Points Access to Opportunity

    Metro Hartford Progress Points aims to identify and better understand the critical education, income, and opportunity gaps that exist in the region. The report focuses on three main points (better schools, better jobs, and stronger neighborhoods) and identifies challenges facing the city, inner suburbs, and outer suburbs. This is followed by an analysis of how a improving these points can increase regional prosperity, and the report highlights ways in which the community is already moving in that direction.

    Jul. 31, 2015

    Economy, Education, Housing

  • Jun. 18, 2015


  • Recommendations to improve employment opportunities for New Haven residents

    [An excerpt from the Executive Summary of the report:]

    Apr. 17, 2015

    Economy, Education

  • 2014 Metro Hartford Progress Points: A snapshot of our communities

    Metro Hartford Progress Points takes a look at the forces shaping Hartford and the region today, both the connections across it and the critical education, income and opportunity gaps within it. It is a call to action for groups and individuals throughout Metro Hartford to recognize all that we share, to join forces to address our challenges and to create more vibrant and prosperous communities for all. The report covers topics ranging from education to poverty to affordable housing and even globalization of the region.

    Dec. 31, 2014

    Economy, Education, Housing

  • 2013 Greater New Haven Community Index

    Click on the link below to view the main report page, or on the document link to download a PDF of the complete 2013 report.

    Dec. 31, 2013

    All DataHaven Programs, Community Wellbeing Survey, Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy, Education, Health, Housing, Public Safety

  • 2013 Excel Bridgeport Student Achievement Report

    Excel Bridgeport is a movement of parents, students, and other community members to advocate for excellent schools. We believe that going to college and having successful careers should be the expectation and not the exception for Bridgeport children. To get there, we need to focus on 1) Achievement, 2) Good Governance, 3) Effective Leadership, & 4) Community Empowerment. This report provides a summary of 2013 student achievement data, in order to equip parents and community members to be informed advocates and suggest strategies for moving forward.

    Oct. 9, 2013