New Haven Resources

A comprehensive portal for those interested in how Connecticut's school finance system impacts New Haven

New Haven Public Schools is the largest district in Connecticut and educates 21,264 students. Of those students, over half are classified as low-income, 17% are English Learners, and roughly 1 in 7 need special education services. New Haven spends $18,381 per student and its taxpayers pay nearly 28 cents of every dollar in the city's education budget (amounting to $4,854 per student).

Below is a collection of documents providing greater information about school funding in New Haven, and how it impacts students, schools, taxpayers, and the community of New Haven.

Presentation About Connecticut's School Finance System and How It Impacts New Haven

FAQs About Funding for New Haven Public Schools

Informational One-pager Concerning Funding for New Haven Public Schools

New Haven Legislative Delegation Handout
(click here to find your legislators)