UNITE FOR THE NEXT GREAT AMERICAN ACHIEVEMENT

Early Learning for All Children from Birth to Age Five NOW

OUR VISION

We will live in a nation where every child has a strong, confident sense of self and the ability to empathize and connect with others, a nation where all children are healthy and ready to learn.

THE NEXT GREAT AMERICAN ACHIEVEMENT

Early learning for All Children from birth to age five is the challenge we face. A “moonshot” that will be one small step for all children – one giant leap for America.

We Believe We Can Have
a Better Version of America

WE KNOW

All Children are our future.

Children who have access to quality early learning do better in life

85% of a child’s brain development occurs from birth to age five.

Researchers, economists, and educators all agree that quality early learning is needed for All Children from birth to age five.

WE NEED

Quality Early learning for All Children from birth to age five, rich and poor alike.

Resources and programs to help moms and dads become better parents.

Early learning centers that are safe and have the highest quality programs.

Centers run by the private sector, and measured, monitored and rated by a third party.

WE DEMAND

That our government do its job.

That our government cut the waste in spending and use those funds for quality Early Learning.

That our government fund early learning for All Children NOW.

Our Declaration

We the people of the United States, in order to accomplish the Next Great American Achievement, demand that OUR government CUT THE WASTE IN SPENDING, use those funds for early learning and spend OUR money wisely by investing 3% of the federal budget in our most precious asset: ALL OUR CHILDREN.

a defining opportunity

A Defining Opportunity

Just as our nation expects all children to be educated from grade levels 1-12, we need quality Early Learning Resource Centers in every community to serve all children and their parents – rich and poor alike.

Add your name to our list of those who believe we need a new course in Early Learning.