As a non-profit organization, CfAL is unique in that it uses the resources of technology to improve the education of public school children and booster workforce development skills for adults. All of its programs and projects are based on technology. Since its inception, CfAL’s programs have touched the lives of nearly 12,000 people (teachers, parents and their children). Read more
Vision & Mission
Our vision is that ALL households should have access to the technology that will help them succeed in school and career.
Having a computer and technology in the home for school and work is a necessity – not a luxury. CfAL’s work to close the technology gap for New Haven students and families by providing:
- basic computer training for parents and adults,
- free computers to families that do not have a working computer at home, and
- programs that further digital learning.
Our mission is clear; that is, to improve the education of public school children attending under-performing school districts in Connecticut. To achieve this mission, CfAL uses the resources of technology, and seeks collaborative partners who support and help achieve the mission. Read more
CfAL’s strategy is to employ a holistic approach to improving children’s education. Our technology based programs are used to educate, students, parents and adults. Read more
Concepts for Adaptive Learning is able to sustain its programs through generous donations from foundations, businesses, volunteers, fundraisering events, and individuals such as you. Many of CfAL’s day-to-day activities are accomplished through the work of volunteers. Read more
Our fundraiser planning committee members are busy at work preparing for CfAL’s fundraisingn efforts. Our annual fundraiser also includes a silent auction with desirable gifts to bid on. Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used to further CfAL’s impact on the students, caregivers and adults we serve. Read more