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Sara L. Austin Dec 9
Kicking off day 2 with a powerful discussion about putting kids on the agenda. It starts with convincing Canadians that there is a problem, presenting a solution and mobilizing political will.
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Tiffany Dec 6
Great event today, including his detailed list of why it’s important to have access to childcare and pre-k to have a better future for our country financially. (Side note: I love his passionate speeches that also feature dad jokes.)
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Reclaim Idaho Dec 9
Despite the fact that Idaho has a constitutional duty to provide every Idahoan with a “uniform and thorough system of public” schools, they are pushing the burden onto local taxpayers.
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Save the Children Action Network 24m
Congress is making decisions right now about how much funding should receive next year. Please speak out today and urge Congress to support robust funding for this critical program!
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Catherine Warren 5h
Educators will always ask for a cost of living increase, as would anyone. What's at stake here IS the very infrastructure of education. $150 million in cuts isn't going to put more EAs in classrooms or fix delapitated schools.
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Jim Barnett Dec 6
Sometimes, families living in poverty need a hand to help prepare their kids for a lifetime of learning. We have a chance to help parents ensure they have the skills and resources they need to help their kids thrive. Will you take action?
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Melissa 23h
Studies show that the majority of brain development occurs by age five. We can't miss that valuable window for kids! That's why I'm asking Congress to robust funding for Head Start. Will you join me?
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Save the Children Action Network 23h
Finding affordable and accessible child care is already difficult enough for many families. Add finding child care services that have flexible hours and you’ve got an even greater challenge at hand. Read:
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Save the Children Action Network 20h
Bottom line: We need leaders who will prioritize children! Great to hear share her plan to . Thank you for sharing our commitment to creating a brighter future for all!
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Save the Children Action Network 21h
Thank you, , for committing to during your first 100 days in office, if elected as president. Children are our future and we must invest in them TODAY in order to have a better tomorrow!
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Let's Grow Kids 23h
We're excited to announce an expanded Make Way for Kids grant & TA program thanks to $1.4 million in new funds from Vermont’s Child Development Division! It's the next step toward our goal of investing $5 million over the next 3 years to increase capacity
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🍎Melanie Hackett 23h
My proof that every child is one caring adult away from a success story! 🤗 This is my most favorite moment at the conference so far!
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Save the Children Action Network Dec 9
Right on, ! It’s fantastic to hear your pledge to if elected into office. Looking forward to hearing more on how we can make this a reality for families and kids.
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Sara L. Austin Dec 9
Thank you Senator Moodie for being such a strong !
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Fe Dec 9
Replying to @BernieSanders
Yes!!! They need all the opportunities we can give them.
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Save the Children Action Network Dec 9
Three cheers to for sharing his plan to expand 👏👏👏 We know early learning investments have huge long-term benefits for communities, businesses and children. Thank you for committing to !
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Bruce Lesley Dec 8
Building blocks: Big investment in early childhood aims to provide foundation for NM kids - Las Cruces Sun-News
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Bruce Lesley Dec 7
A budget that puts America first would first and foremost invest in our nation’s children.
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Save the Children Action Network Dec 7
Need a good read? Check out our blog for some great content.
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Fe Dec 5
Replying to @DrShefali
It was beautiful. I started doing positive discipline 5 years ago and it changed our lives. We don't yell, we communicate. It's really beautiful. Listening to you inspires me! I can't wait to read ALL of your books. Thank you!
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