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James H. Napier Foundation – Grant Award

Dear Reader: We are very pleased to inform you that the James H. Napier Foundation has awarded CfAL with a $5,200 grant. This grant will permit CfAL to expand its parent computer program, not just for students living in the Meriden Choice Neighborhood, but for all Meriden Public School students. Through this grant and funding

First Niagara Foundation Grant Award

Dear Readers: We are very pleased to let you know the First Niagara Foundation has awarded CfAL with a $2,500 grant for our summer math project called Learning Math After School Can Be Fun. We wish to express our appreciation and thanks to the First Niagara Foundation for awarding CfAL with this grant. The grant

Program Support from Comcast

Dear Readers: We are honored to let you know that CfAL has received a $20,000 donation from Comcast to sustain our Digital Literacy for Early Learners, “A Primer for Parents” (DLEL) Program, in the New Haven community. CfAL works to close the pre-K readiness gap for underserved children ages birth to 5. The organization strives

Partnership with Junta for Progressive Action

Dear Readers: We are very pleased to let you know CfAL has entered into a partnership with the New Haven based non-profit organization, Junta for Progressive Action. For Junta, the partnership provides the organization to expand its brand and reach across multiple Connecticut cities, beyond New Haven. For CfAL, the partnership permits the organization to

Community Foundation for Greater New Haven Grant Award

Dear Readers: It is truly an honor to let you know the CfAL organization has been awarded a 3-year $29,000 grant by the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven. The grant will be used in 2016 thru 2018 to sustain the Digital Literacy for Early Learners, "A Primer for Parents" program. The program has been

2015 Fundraiser Results

Thank You to Our Fundraiser Supporters. On behalf of the CfAL Board of Directors, Staff and Volunteers, we are very pleased to report of the results of the 2015 fundraiser. Through your generosity and support, 55 more disadvantaged families in the New Haven community will be participating in CfAL’s parent computer program. Thirty-five of which

Congratulations to Waterbury September Graduating Parents

Dear Readers: CfAL thanks a group of 9 Waterbury parents for participating in and completing the parent computer program this evening, October 1st, and wishes them the best of luck with helping their children improve their education. Sincerely, Karyn Stokes CfAL Executive Director

CFAL Closing the “digital divide”

Dear Readers: By clicking on the link CfAL helps close the "digital divide", you will be watching a video about how Concepts for Adaptive Learning (CfAL) works tirelessly to help close the "digital divide" in urban centers in Connecticut, with a goal of increasing the educational outcomes of disadvantaged public school children throughout Connecticut’s poorest

CFAL’s New Executive Director, Karyn Stokes

Dear Readers: Please join us in welcoming Karyn Stokes as the new Executive Director of Concepts for Adaptive Learning. We are excited to have Karyn on board, as our former Executive Director, Curtis Hill has retired from the organization, but still is a member of the Board of Director. Karyn brings leadership experience to CfAL,

People’s United Community Foundation Grant

Dear Readers: The technology tsunami is sweeping across education, at schools and in homes. Every day that passes more and more students’ schoolwork is being required to be completed after school, at home, on a computer. But what if the student doesn’t have a computer at home? They are at a disadvantage. CfAL, through partnerships,