[NASAFACS] FW: Policymakers Introduce Bi-partisan Early Learning Bill
Gayla L. Randel
grandel at ksde.org
Wed Nov 13 13:09:24 MST 2013
Just had this sent to me. If you click on the "in-depth analysis" link below, it will provide a two page blog which explains what is expected to happen. I do not see this, but believe there should be a pre-parenting education component that the secondary FCS teachers could tie into. I would think this all starts with a knowledgeable parent who instills these early skills first, followed by collaboration with the early care providers. I've attached an issue brief that could provide some conversation starters if anyone is thinking about making contact to point out this link.
Gayla Randel, CFCS
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From: Kris [mailto:kris at ks.childcareaware.org]
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 10:17 AM
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Subject: FW: Policymakers Introduce Bi-partisan Early Learning Bill
From: Lynette M. Fraga, Ph.D., Child Care Aware of Ameri [mailto:takeaction at usa.childcareaware.org]
Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 10:09 AM
Subject: Policymakers Introduce Bi-partisan Early Learning Bill
November 13, 2013
Early Learning Bill Introduced in Congress
Today, Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA), Congressman George Miller (D-CA), and Congressman Richard Hanna (R-NY), introduced the Strong Start for America's Children Act of 2013 in the Senate and House. The legislation would follow much of the proposal set forth by President Obama's FY 2014 Budget proposal, creating a new program providing enhanced access to preschool for 4-year-olds, expanding partnerships between Early Head Start and child care programs, and providing guidance on the importance of home visiting.
The introduction of this bill in both the House and Senate sends a clear message that children and families across the country deserve access to affordable, quality early learning experiences. The reality is that too many families have difficulty accessing quality early learning opportunities for their children.
For a one-page summary of the bill, click here<http://capwiz.com/naccrra/utr/1/AJIUTMCDUD/AYLRTMCEPS/9989573421>.
For an in-depth analysis of the bill, click here<http://capwiz.com/naccrra/utr/1/AJIUTMCDUD/CAQNTMCEPT/9989573421>.
For more information on the Strong Start for Children campaign and other resources, click here<http://capwiz.com/naccrra/utr/1/AJIUTMCDUD/AGKGTMCEPU/9989573421>.
Lynette M. Fraga, Ph.D.
Child Care Aware(r) of America
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