Garner visited the Robin's Nest Children's Center in the Old North End on behalf of the political advocacy group Save the Children Action Network. Garner said she supported in part because of her own childhood experiences.
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As an advocate and a resident of Cranston, I'm proud to support Governor Raimondo's call to further expand education access for all children. Let's continue to invest together in our children education today to ensure a thriving future for them and our State.
Jennifer Garner will host a "special conversation on the importance of high-quality child care" at Merrill's Roxy Cinemas in Burlington. Garner will join Save the Children Action Network CEO Mark Shriver and Aly Richards, CEO of Let's Grow Kids.
The truth is, everyone benefits when children are educated. I urge everyone to call their legislators and advocate for quality preschool programs and home visiting for all Washington families.
As an early education advocate and former teacher, I know how critical quality learning is to children’s long-term success. This is why I was thrilled to hear Governor Polis say that his administration’s “mission and mandate…is to provide every single child with a quality early education.”
After campaigning on the expansion of preschool and other early-childhood programs, many of the nation’s newly elected governors are following through with budget proposals that include money to support children from cradle to school entry.
New Mexico’s long-term economic growth depends upon our ability to educate our children well and prepare them for college and successful careers. Education is key to economic development. It can break the cycle of poverty in families and communities and produce the dynamic, innovative and skilled workforce that an economy needs to thrive.
Funding Pre-K has been a hot topic at the Roundhouse. While everyone agrees something needs to be done, there's a big debate over where that funding should come from.
Now, a TV ad is putting pressure on legislators by encouraging the public to text their lawmakers about funding PreK.
The company Ingevity is donating $400,000 to an early childhood education program in the Lowcountry. As a volunteer with Save the Children Action Network, I want to extend kudos to Ingevity for understanding the potential of investing in our earliest learners and our community.