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Education Convening

This is a place to continue the conversation about the Education in Greater New Haven. If you attended The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven Annual Meeting or even if you did not attend, and you see an opportunity, a resource or if you have an idea or a good story you can share it here.

Learn more about what was said at the convening here

Learn more about The foundations Commitment to education here.

What idea, resource or story of success do you want to share?

To encourage authentic conversations, we are requesting that you register with your real name and email address. Anonymous comments will not be shared with this group.

Learn more about the arts in Greater New Haven here.

What idea, resource or story of success do you want to share?

To encourage authentic conversations, we are requesting that you register with your real name and email address. Anonymous comments will not be shared with this group.

Website: http://www.cfgnh.org/Learn/ProvideQualityEducation/ConveningforEducation/tabid/739/Default.aspx://
Location: Greater New Haven
Members: 1
Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2012

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