To: Education system leaders and policymakers From: Jumpstart for Young Children Re: Addressing the effects of the pandemic on early learning Date: November 17, 2022 The COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed children’s early learning environments.
Jumpstart and Partners Lead Efforts for Policy Change. “When a child is suspended or expelled, they do not
Seattle, WA (September 03, 2021) – Today, Kylee-Ann Tawara published an Op-Ed through the University of Washington entitled “Pandemic pivot to jump into literacy.” In the piece,
Following a year of persistent advocacy, substanial support is finally on its way to the early education and care sector, students from preschool through college, and families who have persevered
BOSTON — As a member of the Common Start Coalition—a Massachusetts statewide partnership of organizations, providers, parents, early educators and advocates—Jumpstart announced the Coalition’s filing of legislation that would
Last night, Congress passed the much anticipated bipartisan FY21 Appropriations & COVID Relief Bill, which included $10 billion in funding for child care relief. Throughout the pandemic, child care providers
BOSTON, MA (November 12, 2020) – Jumpstart for Young Children (Jumpstart) extends a congratulations to the next administration, President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. We celebrate the
BOSTON, MA (September 29, 2020) – Last night the House released its updated version of the HEROES Act which includes a critical $57 billion in funding for child care relief.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Jumpstart applauds the broad-based support in the U.S. House of Representatives to make child care a priority with today’s passage of the Child Care is Essential Act and Child