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An Electoral "Children's Wave"
November 19, 2020
What one loves in childhood stays in the heart forever.
-Jean-Jacques Rousseau

A recent article by Elliot Haspel on the Early Learning Nation website outlined what happened in the recent election with initiatives that support children. Haspel explained: “On November 3rd, seven early childhood ballot initiatives went before voters in cities and counties around the nation. All seven passed. The Children’s Funding Project is a nonprofit organization that supported these measures; the organization’s mission is ‘to help communities close equity and opportunity gaps for children and youth by effectively leveraging existing funding, generating new revenue and developing collaborative infrastructure to administer funds in a coordinated fashion.’”

Source: “An Electoral ‘Children's Wave,’” by Elliot Haspel, November 17, 2020; earlylearningnation.com

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