SCAN CEO Mark Shriver tonight expressed his strong opposition to proposed legislation from Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) that calls for children who arrive at the southern border to be held in federal custody for up to 100 days.
The House Appropriations Committee late this afternoon approved a bill for fiscal year 2020 that provides major increases in funding for many early childhood education programs.
The Tennessee state budget approved by lawmakers last night includes an additional $1 million in funding this year for voluntary home visiting programs.
Save the Children Action Network CEO Mark Shriver applauded the Colorado state legislature for approving legislation that fully funds full-day kindergarten across the state.
Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) CEO Mark Shriver today applauded the Colorado House of Representatives for approving HB 1262, legislation that fully funds full-day kindergarten across the state.
More than 200 advocates from 35 states traveled to our nation’s capital this week and met with more than 100 lawmakers and their staff on Tuesday, urging them to protect and invest in kids both here at home and around the world.
Save the Children Action Network Applauds Vermont House for Unanimous Approval of Child Care Legislation
Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) CEO Mark Shriver today applauded the Vermont House of Representatives for last week’s unanimous approval of H. 531, legislation that increases child care funding.
Save the Children Action Network CEO Mark Shriver today applauded New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and the state legislature for approving legislation establishing a Cabinet-level department to consolidate and oversee the state’s early childhood programs.
SCAN CEO Mark Shriver today applauded a bipartisan introduction of legislation which would update the federal tax code to make child care more affordable and accessible for working families.
Save the Children and SCAN today said the president’s fiscal year 2020 domestic budget request would hurt kids, as it would roll back safety protections for children and also eliminate funding for critical after-school programs.
Save the Children and Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) applauded Congress for its reaffirmation of U.S. leadership on poverty-focused development, global health, and humanitarian relief accounts in the final fiscal year 2019 omnibus bill that the President signed today.