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The Connecticut News Project   2016   2015   2013   2012   2011
The Connecticut News Project, Inc., is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization -- a 501(c)(3) -- created in 2009 to reinvigorate coverage of state government, public policy and politics. The primary goal is to ensure that the people of Connecticut are better informed about their government so they can more effectively participate in the development of public policy and hold officials accountable for addressing the state's needs.

2016

Exploratory Grants: Advocates Inspiring Equity
Learning: Legal Barriers to Education$25,000

The Connecticut Mirror will write a series of stories based on issues raised by Connecticut Coalition for Justice in Education Funding v. Rell trial. The series will integrate data and information to explore topics such as the achievement gap, the correlation between education spending and achievement, the barriers to obtaining high-quality teachers, etc. In addition, a series of opinion pieces will be devoted to identifying solutions and innovative ideas to address inequity in education.

2015

Discovery Statewide/Regional
$6,210

Sponsorship for their second statewide public policy event "Small State, Big Debate: Race."

2013

Director's Discretionary Fund
$5,000

General support.

2012

Director's Discretionary Fund
$4,000

General support.

2011

Director's Discretionary Fund
$5,000

General support.