Data Resources

  • Improving Delivery of Pubic Services

    This report focuses on finding longer-term solutions to the effective and efficient delivery of public services in Connecticut. Connecticut’s local expenditures (now at $12 billion per year) have been growing faster than the median income in Connecticut, which makes it especially important to take alcloser look at how municipal and education services are delivered on a local level. This is part 4 of a six-part series, "Framework for Connecticut's Fiscal Future."

    Feb. 1, 2012

    Education, Health, Housing, Public Safety

  • NHPS Connecticut Mastery Test Results (2011)

    This series of charts presents the results of the Connecticut Master Test among students at New Haven Public Schools. The results are presented within cohorts, each of which represents one school.

    Dec. 31, 2011


  • Postsecondary Enrollment and Completion Patterns of Students from Connecticut Public High Schools: An Analysis of Data from the National Student Clearinghouse

    This report, from the State of Connecticut Board of Regents, provides an overview of college degree and certificate completions, as well as an analysis of postsecondary school plans. Schools' data was released to them in order to improve the effectiveness of the educational system.

    Dec. 31, 2011


  • Equity in Education: A Transformational Approach

    This reports looks at the racial and cultural factors in Connecticut's achievement gaps. It presents data on racial disparities in educational outcomes, discusses the intersectionality of race and education, and proposes potential solutions.

    Dec. 31, 2011


  • Resource Guide 2010-11: Programs and Services for Children and Families in New Haven

    This guide lists community resources for physical health, emotional/behavioral health, extended learning opportunities, and family support and engagement. It is targeted toward parents, students, schools, and the greater community.

    Sep. 1, 2011


  • New Reports Highlight Potential Policy Solutions to Connecticut Achievement Gap

    Executive Summary: Recent reports released over the past few months focus on the educational system in Connecticut, highlighting challenges facing the state with the largest achievement gap in the nation between low-income students and the rest of their peers. In this report, we detail income disparities and poverty concentrations, which disproportionately impact minority students, within the Connecticut region. The reports shed light on the current situation and offer concrete suggestions to close the achievement gap, such as a renewed focus on regional equity.

    Jan. 23, 2011

    All DataHaven Programs, Education