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Co-Op High Reaches Great “Heights”

by Brian Slattery | Mar 19, 2019 12:18 pm

Brian Slattery PhotosUsnavi runs a bodega in his neighborhood. He keeps giving free coffee to Vanessa, the woman he has a crush on and can’t bring himself to ask out. Everyone in the neighborhood buys lottery tickets at his spot. One day he realizes someone in the neighborhood has bought a winning ticket. He looks up the amount. How much could it be for? $1,000? $2,000?

He stops short. It’s for $96,000, the kind of money that goes a long way. It can change the course of someone’s life. Who won the money? And what are they going to do with it?

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Effort Launched To Revolutionize Early Childhood Ed In New Haven

by Allan Appel | Mar 18, 2019 7:53 am | Comments (9)

Allan Appel PhotoWith the help of $1 million, a new group called NH ChILD has kicked off a 10-year effort to transform the landscape of early child education in New Haven.

If all goes according to ambitious plans, the initiative will provide access to top quality early learning for all of the city’s kids from birth to 8 years old.

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