NORWALK, Conn. – Norwalk ACTS members gathered along with local dignitaries to hear the findings of the Norwalk ACTS Cradle-to-Career Baseline Report, which was released last week.
The Rev. Lindsay Curtis opened the meeting, following remarks by Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling.
Executive Director Anthony Allison of Norwalk ACTS shared highlights of the organization’s Cradle-to-Career Baseline Report.
“Today, the real work begins, using this data as a community to take courageous action and effect change,” noted Allison. “This Baseline Report speaks to the current state of Norwalk’s children and it presents the desired outcomes that the Norwalk ACTS membership, representing over 100 individuals and organizations, is urgently committed to achieving.
“To ensure the success of all children in Norwalk, we are focused on results, improving upon what works, and changing what doesn’t. We recognize that every individual and organization that impacts our children’s growth, from cradle to career, is accountable, and that our collective voice is a part of the solution,” added Allison.
The full Baseline Report is attached.
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