"I am well aware of our country’s fiscal situation, but budgets cannot be balanced on the backs of kids."
The proposed cuts to foreign assistance would reverse the bipartisan progress the U.S. has made in helping millions of children around the world.
These programs not only represent American values but help ensure children everywhere have the childhood they deserve.
Gov. Terry Branstad signed two bills that give flexibility to Iowa schools, showing that children’s issues are a way to bridge the partisan divide.
Save the Children and SCAN Statement on Ambassador Mark Green’s Nomination to be USAID Administrator
We look forward to working with Ambassador Green in ensuring the U.S. fulfills its commitment to end preventable child and maternal deaths.
This decision has the potential to positively impact not only kids and families, but the state as a whole.
This bill sends a strong, bipartisan message that the U.S. must continue to engage in the world through both development and diplomacy.
News reports indicate it would increase the Child and Dependent Care Credit and make it refundable, which would help low-income families.
Thanks to SNHS and the school district, a classroom of Manchester’s youngest citizens will soon have access to high-quality preschool.
"We’d like to thank these champions for their dedication to high-quality early childhood education in the U.S. and ending preventable deaths worldwide.”