Economic Impact

NEW NATIONAL POLL: Majorities Of Trump And Clinton Supporters Unite On Early Childhood Education -

Washington, D.C. – In an otherwise polarized election, 90 percent of voters – including 78 percent of Trump supporters and 97 percent of Clinton supporters – agree that Congress and the next president must make quality early childhood education more accessible and affordable to low- and middle-income families. The poll released today by the First Five Years Fund (FFYF) found that by a three-to-one margin, voters prefer the next … Read More

Weekly Early Childhood Education News Report -

February 8-12, 2015 Presidential Candidates And Then There Were Nine: What We Know About Every Candidate’s Education Agenda The Seventy Four What Would a Clinton Department of Education Look Like U.S. News & World Report National News The 74 Interview: Arne Duncan Grades Himself — and Sees Failures on Pre-K, Safety, Desegregation The Seventy Four What Kids Need From Grown-Ups (But Aren’t Getting) … Read More

Weekly Early Childhood Education News Report -

February 1-5, 2015 Presidential Candidates Iowans Demand Candidates Fix Child Care Costs KMA-AM John Kasich and Education: Five Facts to Know Before the New Hampshire Primary Education Week National News Spending on State Preschool Programs Rises Again in 2015-16 Education Week The biggest public policy mistake we’re continuing to make, year after year The Washington Post Online Parenting Skills Boosted by … Read More

Weekly Early Childhood Education News Report -

January 25-29, 2016  Kris Perry, FFYF and Invest in US Coverage Jim Hansen: Invest in our youngest kids – and our future The Fayetteville Observer Presidential Candidates Group Wants Iowans to ‘SCAN’ Candidates on Early Childhood Education WHO-TV Iowa Caucus: Where do presidential candidates stand on children’s issues? The Gazette Progressives in Iowa push for affordable child care policies The Gazette … Read More