Segregated Schools = Unequal Educational Opportunities = Need for Housing Choices!



A new report released this week by CT Voices for Children finds that Connecticut schools are deeply segregated and schools with greater minority and low-income populations are less likely to have funding to provide critical learning resources like small class sizes and experienced teachers.

The report identifies segregated housing patterns as a major contributing factor to such educational disparities.

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OCA and Partnership Highlight Mobility Counseling to Address Segregation

Learn more about Mobility Counseling - A Strategy that Works to Create Access to Opportunity

Join us!  Wednesday, January 28th at 9:00 (coffee & conversation @ 8:30) at the Lyceum, 227 Lawrence Street, Hartford, CT 06106 

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Open Communities' Participates in NYU - Furman Center's Slow Debate

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Open Communities Alliance Wins Connecticut Mirror Hackathon, April 29, 2014

Hackathon team creates an app to assist low income families find housing in thriving areas.

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