Check out a few ways that Congress should invest in kids in 2018.
The Reach Act is bipartisan legislation that would help save the lives of mother and children around the world. This bill is an opportunity for Congress to demonstrate America’s moral leadership abroad.
For two years running, Matt Bennett has joined more than 200 advocates for kids’ issues on the Hill. He says the return trip was even better than the first time.
How best to advocate for kids? Head Start graduate and current high school teacher Eric Bridgett powerfully weighs in.
When we try to reach kids in secondary school, or even elementary school, it may already be too late.
“I am living proof of the return on investments made in early childhood education and Head Start.”
Last year I traveled to Somaliland, a small country in Africa. While there I met Zaniab, who suffered from a painful condition now nonexistent in the U.S.
Here are our favorite photos from three days of training, talks and meetings with legislators on Capitol Hill.
“My cousin and I are hip and hip all the time; she’s my best friend. She ended up having severe scoliosis.”
Last week, Congress voted to wait on passing the budget, putting health and nutrition programs at risk. So we showed up with almost 25,000 signatures.