Many people from my home country are depending on the U.S. to maintain funding for humanitarian programs. Their lives are counting on it.
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The Early Childhood Education Action Tank released options for tax reform that would address cost and lack of access to quality programs.
Drastic cuts to successful programs would reverse all that America has done to build stronger communities and save lives around the world.
The nation's top researchers came away with one message: Kids who attend public preschool programs are better prepared for kindergarten than kids who don't.
Even on issues where Republicans and Democrats agree in principle, we struggle to make progress. Congressman Pat Tiberi is a notable exception.
We fully and strongly support this compromise plan. It is a pragmatic approach that represents the next step in a long journey.
New Hampshire faces tough decisions as it works to balance its budget and wisely spend taxpayer money. But investing in early learning is a no-brainer.
These proposals for tax reform would help break down the two greatest barriers to early childhood education: cost and lack of access to quality programs.
The cuts that Congress is considering would reverse all that America has done to build stronger communities and save lives around the world.
Although many of our political leaders talk about investing in our children, as a nation, we don't actually invest enough in kids.