First Five Years Fund Survey Results on Early Childhood Education - AZEdNews
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First Five Years Fund Survey Results on Early Childhood Education

The bipartisan research team of Public Opinion Strategies and Hart Research recently completed a survey of 800 voters throughout the United States. It revealed overwhelming support for ensuring that children gain the knowledge and skills necessary to start kindergarten off on the right foot, with a majority of voters saying that we should do more to achieve this goal. When presented with the broad outlines of a federal plan that helps states provide better early childhood education programs to low- and middle-income
families without increasing the debt, fully seven-in-ten voice their support—with strong majorities of support among Republicans (60%), Independents (64%) and Democrats (84%).