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Georgia Birth to Five Coalition

Advocates Make a Mark for Early Childhood Education

On Wednesday, June 5, Voices for Georgia’s Children and our partners kicked off our Early Learning Days of Action –– a campaign aimed at helping Georgia remain a national leader in early childhood education by encouraging Georgia leaders to prioritize funding for quality early education....

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Early Learning Days of Action

A strong start is a smart investment for Georgia and for our country.  Help Georgia remain a national leader in early education by encouraging Georgia leaders to prioritize funding for quality early education during our Early Learning Days of Action, June 5-Friday June 14th.  

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Legislation Affecting Children Birth to Five

Please see below for the  bills affecting children aged 0-5  that made it past cross over day.  These bills are  being considered for passage during the 2013 legislative session.    Also, listed below are additional  bills that most likely will not be considered for  passage this year....

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Fact Sheet: Federal Home Visiting Grant Programs in Georgia

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010 authorized the creation of the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program (MIECHV). The MIECHV program is designed to identify families most in need of home visiting services and to improve the coordination of those services. I n FY 2010, the...

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Fact Sheet: Improving Childcare Subsidies

As a nation, as a state, and as taxpayers, we must choose wisely when looking at investment options. We should seek and focus on those opportunities that will be successful—those in which the profits attained greatly outweigh the costs contributed. That same rationale should be applied as our...

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