The need for affordable, quality child care and early education options becomes greater every year. Families struggle to find quality, affordable options that offer the hours that accommodate parents’ work schedules. Meanwhile, early educators are working hard to care for the country’s children but too often find they cannot make ends meet for their own families. Instead of each struggling alone, we are coming together to demand that the government partner with us to enact public solutions.
The movement is growing, the movement is working, and the time to bring together the power of our collective voices is now. On June 19 and June 20, grassroots leaders and advocates are coming to Washington, D.C., to ask their leaders to join the movement for child care and early education.