As we head into a critical midterm election, we each must do our part to elect a leader who will invest in our future. As an early education specialist for SCAN, I believe that person is Gov. Gina Raimondo.
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Gov. Phil Scott is proposing to use $7 million generated from a new tax on internet sales to boost the state’s spending on child care subsidies for Vermont families. The governor first announced his plan to bolstering financial assistance for child care on Thursday.
Seattle voters can make a game-changing choice for education in Seattle by voting yes on Proposition 1, the Families, Education, Preschool and Promise Levy.
This week, SCAN is launching a $400,000 campaign backing Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham in New Mexico that includes a television ad, digital outreach and mailers. SCAN is also supporting Gov. Gina Raimondo in Rhode Island.
There are more than 1 million children under the age of 18 in Tennessee, and it is our job to be their political voice. I am passionate about children and early childhood education; therefore, I want to make sure that our leaders are going to make Tennessee’s kids a top priority.
The earlier young learners have access to quality child care and preschool, the more likely they are to succeed in life. U.S. Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham has pledged to make early childhood education a “hallmark” of her administration and work toward providing pre-K to every child in New Mexico.
Governor Governor Raimondo understands investing in high-quality early childhood education is the most effective way to break the cycle of poverty and ensure equal opportunity for all American families. That’s why Save the Children Action Network is endorsing her for reelection.
Coloradans understand the link between early learning and a successful life. In a recent poll by Save the Children Action Network, 69 percent of Colorado voters want more kids in preschool.
“We are proud to support Gina Raimondo, a proven champion for kids in the Ocean State,” Kris Perry, president of Save the Children Action Network, said in an endorsement announcement slated to be released Wednesday.
As the grandmother of three grandchildren, I see how expensive childcare has become in recent years, and I am concerned that Aurora families do not have the means to secure quality childcare, even though they must work.