June 12, 2018 (BOSTON) — Earlier this year, Congress made a historic investment in early education and child care by doubling the federal investment in the Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG).
Jumpstart recently held a briefing at the Massachusetts State House to raise awareness about Jumpstart’s impact on children and families in the state and seek support for a budget amendment
Recent article shines a light on the chronic undervaluing of early educators “How are you today?” [Kelly Kejo] asked…. “Are you happy? Angry? Sad? Or silly?” If any of her students —
Jumpstart urges Congress to fully fund the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) through a new post on Medium.com. Funding for the program expired in September of this year, and Congress has
Earlier this month, Jumpstart collaborated with the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) on an op-ed article detailing the devastating impact the Congressional tax bill will have on low-
In Washington, DC, Congress is currently debating ways to reform the Federal tax code, and organizations like Jumpstart recognize this as an opportunity for Congress to break the cycle of
In partnership with over 70 colleges and universities, Jumpstart engages close to 4,000 student volunteers each year — including undocumented immigrants — to provide language, literacy, and social-emotional programming for