Early Learning

2016 Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate: Slim Focus on K-12 Education

During last night’s democratic debate sponsored by CNN and Facebook, five presidential candidates squared off for their first face-to-face of the 2016 campaign season: former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; Vermont U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders; former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley; former Virginia U.S. Senator Jim Webb; and former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee. The debate neglected to tackle issues affecting education, however the two frontrunners, Sanders and Clinton, addressed it broadly in response to other questions.

NSBA’s Center for Public Education releases white paper on mastering literacy

NSBA's Actions in Support of Early Childhood Education

Read about NSBA’s actions in support of early childhood education, including Head Start: letters to federal agencies, comments, and grassroots calls to action.

Background on Early Childhood Education

Research has proven that quality preschool programs can raise student achievement. NSBA partners with national education associations to promote early childhood education.

NSBA's Position on Early Childhood Education

NSBA advocates for federal grants to support high-quality preschool education for three- and four-year-olds.

Early Childhood Education

Learn more about high-quality preschool education programs and why NSBA supports federal funding for them.

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