The ad, which will air statewide on WMUR-TV, as well as digitally in targeted legislative districts throughout the state, will run while the House of Representatives considers the Governor’s budget proposal to increase state funding for full-day kindergarten programs.
"We urge the Administration to continue the country’s long history of providing support for refugee children and their families overseas. "
“At less than 1 percent of the federal budget, these cuts will do virtually nothing to close the large budget deficit and will be catastrophic for the world’s poor.”
"We are thrilled that the governors placed such a strong focus on high-quality early learning during their winter meeting and hope that increased investments from these governors follow soon."
"This is a significant bipartisan step toward providing every child the opportunity to attend a full-day kindergarten program."
Seattle Mayor’s Proposed City Sugary Drink Tax to Fund Early Childhood Education a Win-Win for the City
"This is a smart and necessary investment in the future of Seattle’s kids and economy."
Governor Chris Sununu’s proposed New Hampshire state budget includes $18 million over two years in funding for targeted full-day kindergarten programs.
“We are grateful to these senators for showing political courage and standing up for vulnerable refugees around the world."
Reps. Tiberi and Delaney Introduce Bipartisan ‘Pay for Results’ Legislation to Make Early Childhood Education More Available
"This legislation would help scale up programs that are critical to our communities, like early education, without spending substantial new taxpayer dollars."
Early Childhood Education Action Tank Releases Policy Recommendations to Expand High-Quality Early Learning
These recommendations could become part of comprehensive tax reform legislation planned by the new Congress and incoming Administration.