Employment & Education

Promoting the well-being of Connecticut children, youth, and families

We focus on key issues regarding Employment, Early Care, and College & Career Readiness

Employment

Our employment work focuses on:

  • Creating and sustaining high-quality permanent jobs
  • Helping workers and families achieve a living wage

Learn more about employment and other family economic security issues.

Education & Employment Publications

Early Care

Our early care work is focused on:

  • Ensuring all young children have access to high-quality care-giving environments that are developmentally appropriate, culturally sensitive, and that recognize parents as children’s first and most important teachers
  • Creating an integrated state-wide system of early care and education that will lead to improved overall quality of state-subsidized programs, greater access for children and families, better data collection and analysis and, accordingly, wiser investments

Learn more about early care issues and other related K-12 readiness issues.

Education & Employment Publications

College & Career Readiness

Our college and career readiness work seeks to:

  • Inform the creation of an equitable public education policy and financing structure
  • Keep children in schools, where they learn best, by reducing truancy, exclusionary discipline, and dropout
  • Combine efforts to support children in school and address inequities in family well-being
  • Promote a rich, broad curriculum for all children

Learn more about college & career readiness issues and other related K-12 issues.

Education & Employment Publications