It is penny-wise and pound-foolish to forfeit funding that does so much good in the world.
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Jennifer Garner urges Congress to fund early-childhood education: ‘A brain in poverty is up against it. I’m telling you.’
She appeared before the committee on the same day that President Trump released his new budget proposal that does not prioritize early-childhood education.
This new source of revenue will help Seattle fund programs that are vital to the success and health of underserved communities.
After opposing Sununu in election, Save the Children Action Network praises him in new TV, digital ad
Child advocacy nonprofit cites governor’s plan to fund full-day kindergarten in needy communities.
The West Virginia native has long worked to bring assistance to poor, rural communities in desperate need of it. She has no plans to change that just because most of those communities went big for Trump in last year’s election. In fact, she sees an opportunity to hold the president accountable for the pledges he made to the country’s rural working class.
Governor Sununu's full-day kindergarten proposal is a smart and necessary investment in the state’s children and in the future of its economy.
We must do more to provide a high-quality early education for our kids. There are too many benefits to ignore.
Reports say the Trump administration is gearing up to make child care affordability part of a comprehensive tax reform proposal, and a coalition of early-childhood advocates want to be a part of that conversation.
In our increasingly divided nation, there is one issue that private businesses, nonprofits, both Republicans and Democrats in Congress, and the incoming administration all agree on: increasing access to early childhood education.