UNTIL ELECTION DAY
ON NOVEMBER 4TH

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Join us by signing the Pre-K for PA petition: I support ensuring that every 3- and 4-year-old in Pennsylvania has access to high-quality pre-k.

 

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Join us by signing the Pre-K for PA petition: I support ensuring that every 3- and 4-year-old in Pennsylvania has access to high-quality pre-k.

 

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Read more about the coalition.

All Children Ready to Succeed:

2014 is an important election year in Pennsylvania. All children should have the opportunity to enter school ready to succeed, and your help is needed to send that message to candidates for governor and the legislature. Take action.

“We’ll help teach her!”

“We’ll help teach her!” Read how the children in Lorena’s pre-k class in Mt. Pocono helped teach their classmate how to speak English.

Meet Sonja and Lailah Claxton

“There are only so many trips one can make to the library.” Sonja Claxton tells the powerful story of her struggle and perseverance in raising Lailah with the skills and support she needed for her early education and care. Read their full story.

Why is pre-k out of reach? A tale of two dads.

Too many families face the painful choice between paying their bills and providing their child an early education. Read our latest blog post featuring the stories of dads from West Chester and Pittsburgh.

Introducing: Pre-K for PA

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