Across the country, states in all shades of red, blue, and purple are stepping up to develop policies and invest in working families and young children. When leaders come together across the aisle, they can implement sustainable changes that have real impacts on children and their families. To do this, leaders must recognize that even though they may all agree on the importance of high-quality child care and early learning, there will be different opinions about how to solve pressing issues. Coming to the table ready and willing to discuss these differences is the key to transformative change.
BPC recently launched Building Bipartisan Support for Child Care: A Toolkit with a wide array of resources to help build bipartisan relationships and solutions to ensure all children have an equal opportunity to a quality educational foundation that will prepare them to grow, learn, and succeed.
On November 14, please join BPC for a webinar to learn more about the resources in the toolkit and how you can use them to drive increased investments and focus on child care in your communities. We’ll also discuss what future resources will be most helpful in your work.