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March 2015

How Will Proposed Budget Cuts to Children Impact Your Town?

The Governor’s proposed budget makes painful cuts to essential investments that support the health, education, and economic well-being of Connecticut’s children and families.

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Education, Family Economic Security, Health
March 2015

Coverage Continuity in the HUSKY Program Increases Children's Preventive Medical and Dental Care Utilization

Health insurance is key for access to affordable, timely preventive care.  Continuous health insurance coverage is important for building relationships between families and children’s health care providers.  

Issue Area:
Health
March 2015

Gaps in or Loss of Coverage for Children in the HUSKY Program: An Update

Continuous health insurance coverage is an important measure of quality in the HUSKY Program, ensuring uninterrupted access to preventive care and treatment for acute and chronic conditions. 

Issue Area:
Health
March 2015

Unequal Schools: Connecticut's Racial, Socioeconomic, and Geographic Disparities in Kindergarten Class Size and Teaching Experience

Low-income students and students of color are more likely to attend public schools with the largest kindergarten classes and least experienced teachers.

Issue Area:
Education
March 2015

Funding Our Future: Child and Family Friendly Revenue Options

Connecticut can avoid deep budget cuts to programs supporting children and families by fixing tax inequities and waste.

Issue Area:
Budget and Tax
March 2015

Independent Performance Monitoring in the HUSKY Program: Ensuring Accountability for Scarce State Dollars

Independent performance monitoring for the HUSKY Program enhances the Department of Social Service’s capacity for administration and oversight of the program.

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Health
February 2015

Impact on Early Care & Education of the Governor's Proposed FY16–FY17 Budget

The Governor’s budget proposal for Fiscal Years 2016 and 2017 shows a continued strong commitment to ensuring that all children have access to early care and education (ECE), but does not dem

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Early Care
February 2015

Impact of the Governor's FY 2016 Budget on Children

Governor Dannel Malloy’s state budget proposal unfairly balances the budget on the backs of children and families, this analysis finds. 

Issue Area:
Budget and Tax
February 2015

Keeping Kids in Class: School Discipline in Connecticut, 2008-2013

Fewer students are being excluded from the classroom through suspensions, expulsions, and arrests in recent years, this report finds. 

Issue Areas:
Education, Juvenile Justice
February 2015

Families First, Prosperity for All: Making Connecticut's Tax and Benefit System More Family-Friendly

Connecticut’s tax system is uniquely unfriendly to families. 

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Family Economic Security