American voters recognize that the early ages are most important for learning. 72% say ages 1-5 are the most important years for developing a child’s capacity to learn.
As Congress considers the Build Back Better Act, voters overwhelmingly support a significant, sustained investment in child care and preschool, […]
Republican and Democratic Voters Alike See Child Care and Early Learning as Smart Policy and Smart Politics WASHINGTON – Today, […]
The Coronavirus pandemic has opened voters’ eyes to the importance of child care for families—and the economy. Now voters are […]