Recent State Policy Wins
Expanded investment. Restructured agencies. New caucuses, committees, and coalitions. Read about all the ways our allies on the front lines are making their state a better place for each and every child to reach their full potential.
Wisconsin’s 2013-2015 biennial budget made some headway in some early childhood areas, but missed opportunities in other key areas. The budget ended a seven-year freeze
If early learning policy in Washington state were measured in Twitter-speak, I’d say that quality, dosage, and blended funding are trending! Our 60-day legislative session
In a year that may well stand out as a low point in our national history for extreme political brinksmanship, Nebraska legislators representing all points
The Washington Legislature wrapped up its second special session last week by passing a biennial budget that creates more opportunity for our state’s youngest learners.
The close of the 2013 New Mexico legislative session resulted in several significant wins for young children, including new accountability for home visiting programs and
On April 2, the Mississippi legislature voted to fund a state pre-K program, ending Mississippi’s status as the only state in the south that does not