CfAL Welcomes You
Concept for Adaptive Learning (CfAL) is a Connecticut non-profit organization focused on supporting educational outcomes for public school children and adults through technology programs. Supported by Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro and other committed community members, the organization was founded and received its 501(c)(3) status in 2001.
The organization, with support from community and collaborative partners, continues today to provide technology-based programs to disadvantaged public school children, parents and adults living in impoverished neighborhoods throughout Connecticut. Youth programs directly support children's education. CfAL's adult training programs support workforce development and teach adults how to use technology to expand learning to the home.
Since 2001, CfAL has impacted thousands of individuals, and has provided more than 4,000 free computers to low-income households.
We close technology gaps that help close education gaps.
To raise the academic achievement of urban public school children, leading them to succeed in school and beyond. In pursuit of this mission, we use the resources of technology to educate students, parents, as our cornerstone and integrated approach for attaining improved educational outcomes.
Our vision is that ALL households should have access to the technology that will help them succeed in school and career.
Having a computer and technology in the home for school and work is a necessity – not a luxury. CfAL’s work to close the technology gap for New Haven students and families by providing:
basic computer training for parents and adults,
free computers to families that do not have a working computer at home, and
programs that further digital learning.
Board of Directors
CfAL is lead by a group of experienced and dedicated Board Members.
Mr. Hill is a Board member and the founder of CfAL. He has worked in the field of Information Technology for more than 30 years, in positions of increased responsibility. He has worked for Digital Equipment Corporation, acquired by Compaq Computer Corporation then Hewlett Packard Corporation, in software development, systems analysis, project and program management and customer service management. He has worked as a consultant to numerous Fortune 100 companies.
CfAL is looking for professionals and community members who want to help close the technology gap.
Board Member and year-round volutneer positions are available! Contact us to learn more!