As a teacher and professional with more than 40 years of experience supporting children with special needs, I know that all children involved in quality early learning benefit immensely.
Monthly Archives: January 2020
On the one-year anniversary of the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), SCAN spoke with a community volunteer in Ciudad Juárez to learn how MPP has affected children and families at the border,
Families escaping violence in their home countries deserve a fair and safe process to seek asylum in the U.S. Ask Congress to end the “Remain in Mexico” policy today!
Learn more about how D.C.’s unique universal pre-K program has impacted students and their families from someone who has seen it change over the years – elementary school principal, Alethea Bustillo.
New Mexico is facing a record budget surplus, making it a critical time to invest in our youngest learners! But the budget committee for the state legislature has proposed a budget for child care that is far below what is needed to support families in need of child care.
Currently, 51% of Coloradans live in a child care desert, meaning two out of three families cannot access quality, consistent child care for their young children. The House Education Committee and has an important role in moving this bill forward at the state capitol.
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's administration is pushing House Bill 83, which would create a trust fund for early education. Advocates for the bill, like Save the Children Action Network, or SCAN, say it would give the state a brighter future.