Motherhood should be celebrated. You can do a small part, through advocating for the Reach Every Mother and Child Act, to ensure joy is present with every pregnancy, child, and in every family.
Many families are finding hope in Head Start. This touching account details how access to early childhood education changed a child’s life–and her mother’s.
Let’s make sure the U.S. continues to demonstrate strong moral leadership to end preventable deaths for good!
We often hear “but what can you do?” when talking about issues that matter. As I’ve learned at Save the Children Action Network, there is a lot you can do.
Every two minutes, malaria kills a child. This World Malaria Day, take action to help reduce preventable deaths and save children’s lives!
This week, SCAN activists across the U.S. rallied for a week of action to urge Congress to increase funding for Head Start and Early Head Start programs.
Head Start and Early Head Start provide children the opportunity to have the strong start in life they deserve.
When crisis strikes, children are always the most vulnerable, and often suffer most. By investing in disaster preparation and mitigation, we can save lives, keep kids in school and save money in the future.
One of the programs that has helped our nation achieve greater equality is Head Start. A new report from the Center for American Progress shows how Head Start has been a critical resource in expanding early education opportunities to vulnerable kids who live in hard-to-reach communities across America.
Megan and Stephanie attend an after-school program that helps with homework and offers activities that combine fitness and fun. Most importantly, it provides them with a safe place to go while their parents are still at work. But despite the overwhelming benefits that after school programs like theirs can offer to students, families and communities, the federal Fiscal Year 2019 budget would eliminate a vital after school program that benefits millions of Americans.