Early Childhood Education News
New Mexico city seeks sugary drink tax
Voters in Santa Fe, New Mexico, are deciding whether to impose a new tax on sugary drinks that would raise the cost of a can of soda by nearly 25 cents
New Mexico delves into soda tax fight
A voter initiative in New Mexico's capital city is being pitched as an educational lifeline for impoverished preschool-aged children and chided as the latest example of local government overreach sweeping progressive US cities
Mayor proposes free, full -day pre -K for all NYC 3-year-olds
Mayor Bill de Blasio is proposing free, full-day early childhood education for all of New York City's 3-year-olds by the fall of 2021
How the GOP health care plan affects women
Democrats argue the American Health Care Act, the new Republican health care legislation, will set back advancements made in women’s health care. According to Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Michigan, the new bill “would take us back to those days where essentially being a woman was a preexisting
Ivanka Trump courts power in the White House
The first daughter hosted Republican members of Congress at the White House to discuss a childcare tax proposal and paid maternity leave.
Memphis Barber Educates Elementary School Boys While Giving Out Free Haircuts
For some lucky Memphis elementary school boys, every Wednesday they get their hair cut for free while doing a little learning. Fidell Woods, who works 20 minutes away from Dr. William Herbert Brewster Elementary School at CJ’s First Class Cuts, heads to the school on his day off to groom about
Democrat Jason Kander's Senate Race Is Shaking Up Missouri
The Afghanistan war veteran is looking to unseat a GOP incumbent as down-ballot candidates are pulling out all the stops to get votes.
The Final Presidential Debate
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Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Discuss Ways to Grow the Economy
The presidential nominees discuss how their economic plans will create more jobs.
The 2nd Presidential Debate
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sparred at Washington University in St. Louis.