Being an advocate for early childhood education requires having the necessary tools to make your voice heard. Add the resources below to your advocacy toolbox and join us in turning your passion into action!
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BECOME A PROACTIVE ADVOCATE
Download our advocacy postcard and commit to supporting greater investments in early childhood education! Print it out, write down the efforts you promise to participate in, and share your postcard via social media with the hashtag #ECEWins!
People of all walks of life agree: Investing in high–quality early childhood education and early childhood educators will make America brighter, stronger, and more competitive. You have a role in spreading this message with others.
Our weekly newsletter, Kitchen Table Talk, shares early childhood education wins from across the country, ways for you to get involved, resources you don’t want to miss, and important updates on government policy that will keep you up to date. Check out past issues and sign up today!
Learn how America for Early Ed is working with the federal government to ensure our nation’s policies catch up with the significant body of research and science that shows investments in high-quality early learning with supported, skilled, and knowledgeable educators produces positive outcomes for our children, our families, and the economic future of our country.
Advocating and connecting with elected officials at the state level is critical for driving innovation and strengthening access to high-quality early learning for today’s children. Learn how we can deliver on the promise of high-quality early childhood education for our children, families, and economy.
High-quality early childhood education benefits children, families, and our country's economy. Make sure all candidates know we stand for expanding opportunity, supporting excellence, and investing in early childhood educators by adding your voice to the "Our Votes. Their Futures." campaign and pledging to vote early or on Election Day. Completed voter pledge cards should be scanned and emailed to email@example.com or mailed to NAEYC, 1313 L St. NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20005.