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November 2017

The Changing State of Early Childhood, 2016 - 2017

For more than a decade, Connecticut has made expanding early care and education programs a policy and budget priority.

Issue Area:
Early Care
November 2017

Impact of the Final FY 18-19 Budget on Children and Families

More than a hundred days after the new fiscal year began, legislators finally found sufficient common ground to pass a budget.

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Child Welfare, Early Care, Education, Family Economic Security, Health, Juvenile Justice
November 2017

2017 Legislative Session Review

Even though state legislative and budget decisions affect children, children do not have the right to participate in the political process.

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Child Welfare, Early Care, Education, Family Economic Security, Health, Juvenile Justice
September 2017

State Budget Proposals: Failing to Meet the Challenges Ahead

Connecticut’s budget is the clearest statement of its policy priorities.

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Child Welfare, Early Care, Education, Family Economic Security, Health, Juvenile Justice
August 2017

House Democrats Budget Proposal: A Small Step in the Right Direction

Connecticut’s budget is the clearest statement of its policy priorities.

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Child Welfare, Early Care, Education, Family Economic Security, Health, Juvenile Justice
July 2017

Assessing Quality in Connecticut’s Early Childhood System

Every child deserves a strong start in life: children need to enter kindergarten healthy, happy, and eager to learn.

Issue Areas:
Early Care, Education
July 2017

The Economic Benefits of High-Quality Early Care

All children should have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

Issue Areas:
Early Care, Education
March 2017

Care 4 Kids in Connecticut: The Impact of Program Closure on Children, Parents, and Providers

The Care 4 Kids child care subsidy has played a key role in providing quality child care to low-income working families in Connecticut, enrolling an average of about 21,000 children per month in 20

Issue Area:
Early Care
January 2017

2017 Legislative Briefing

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. 

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Child Welfare, Early Care, Education, Family Economic Security, Health, Juvenile Justice
December 2016

The State of Early Childhood 2015

A new edition of our State of Early Childhood report, which looks at funding and program developments through Fiscal Year 2015. Our main findings are:

Issue Area:
Early Care