UNTIL ELECTION DAY ON NOVEMBER 4TH
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.
Spread the word about Pre-K for PA with our EASY toolkit for Halloween, which falls just four days before Election Day this year.
Election Day is November 4. Last Day to register to vote is October 6. Visit this page for voter information.
School boards in Neshaminy (Bucks County, October 28, 2014) and Cheltenham (Montgomery County, October 14, 2014) have issued resolutions endorsing expanded investment in high-quality pre-k.
Three fall 2014 polls show consistent voter belief that pre-k should be a high priority for Pennsylvania and increased support for prioritizing pre-k when compared to fall 2013.
Advocates for High-Quality Pre-k Honor Rep. Mundy for Career Contributions to Early Childhood Education
Retiring state Rep. Phyllis Mundy was recognized today by the statewide, non-partisan Pre-K for PA campaign for her years of dedicated work to increase state investments in early learning programs.
ISSUE BRIEF: Researchers have identified three primary benefits to K-12 systems based on children’s participation in pre-k: reduced need for special education services, reduced grade repetition, and better performance and fewer behavioral problems in school.