Child care is a critical support for people recovering from opioid addiction.
If we are interested in reducing the cost of health care and other late interventions, there is compelling evidence that early childhood is the time to address these issues.
High-quality early intervention for identified infants, toddlers and young children and their families is clearly a sound economic investment.
The $500,000 comes from payments in lieu of taxes from the city’s utilities and is included in Weinberger’s proposed fiscal year 2018 budget.
Investing in universal pre-K (Act 166) was not only the right thing to do for Vermont — it was a smart choice to make.
News Release — Lets Grow Kids May 1, 2017 Contact: Nicole Haley, 802.391.0545 or [email protected] Burlington, Vermont—Let’s Grow Kids has recognized five Vermonters as Early Childhood Superheroes for going above and beyond to help young children reach their full potential. The honorees include: · Hope Campbell, of Barnet, Director of Child Care Programs at Vermont […]
We can invest now, or we can pay much more later.
News Release — Let’s Grow Kids March 17, 2017 Contact: Nicole Haley, 802.391.0545 or [email protected] Vermonters descend on the State House to tell legislators to invest in kids Montpelier, Vermont—Burlington’s second largest snow storm in history didn’t stop more than 80 brave and determined advocates and 75 legislators from participating in Early Childhood Day at […]
News Release — Let’s Grow Kids March 1, 2017 Contact: Nicole Haley, 802.391.0545 or [email protected] Rally to take place during Early Childhood Day at the Legislature Montpelier, Vermont—Early childhood advocates will gather on the steps of the Vermont State House on March 15 at 1 PM at the Rally for Kids. Their message to legislators: […]
The challenge is how to fund the investment in early care and learning, as well as higher education, without reducing resources for the K-12 system.
News Release — Snelling Center for Government Contact: Suzanne Trahey [email protected] The Snelling Center for Government’s The Early Childhood Leadership Institute (ECLI) is accepting applications. The Early Childhood Leadership Institute is a unique leadership and personal transformative institute, initiated in 2014 to stimulate enthusiasm for and effective participation in efforts to improve early childhood work […]