Roar for New Haven and West Haven
In the Connecticut State Legislature, Jason became the go-to man on education reform. His first bill was to change the age to withdraw from school, from 16 to 17 years old. He was also responsible for several education initiatives that led to historic education reform bills such as creating school governance councils and making it easier to turn around troubled schools. Jason was also actively involved in issues of expanding insurance coverage to the uninsured and other public health issues.
Jason W. Bartlett most recently was the Director of Youth Services with the City of New Haven. He originally came to New Haven as the campaign manager for Democratic candidate Toni Harp. Toni became the first woman in 375 years to win and serve as Mayor of New Haven. Jason is credited with having created Youth Stat, a holistic, Citywide wrap-around program for disengaged youth. Youth Stat has engaged over 700 youth a year for the past six years. The program aims to end youth violence, lower suspensions, and expulsions and is credited with enabling historically the lowest crime rates in the City of New Haven in the past fifty years.
Jason has helped develop programs and policies that have altered the course of education throughout the state.
Jason’s extensive political experience puts him in a unique position to make the necessary decisions for our communities.
Jason has the absolute fortitude to fight for our community, bringing the best of what we have to offer together.
- Social Justice
- Budget and Taxes
It’s time for transformation and change.
Vote for a leader that has our children’s and community’s best interests.– Jason Bartlett
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