Family Economic Security
Our family economic security policy work seeks to prioritize proven investments that
- develop our human capital, including children and young adults,
- create and sustain high-quality permanent jobs,
- broaden prosperity and economic opportunities for all state residents,
- help workers and families achieve a living wage, and
- provide equal education opportunities for all children
Learn more about family economic security issues and related resources.
- March 2017
This report analyzes town-by-town data to map outcomes related to opportunity such as teen birth rates and academic achievement.
- January 2017
We can all agree that children deserve the opportunity to develop to their full potential. In Connecticut, that shared goal can become a statewide reality.
- September 2016
American Community Survey 2015: Connecticut Residents See Income and Health Insurance Gains, but Child Poverty Remains High
New data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey data finds modest progress in health care access, median household incomes and income inequality, but little improvement in reduced poverty.