AB 47 - The Preschool for All Act
Early Edge California is proud to sponsor AB 47 (McCarty) - the Preschool for All Act of 2015, which will ensure progress in meeting the commitment last year by Governor Brown and the Legislature to provide quality preschool to all low-income 4 year olds.
CA Budget Puts Kids First
Governor Brown signed the 2015-16 budget, which includes more than $300 million in increased investments in early learning and child development, as well as important policy developments.
Expanded TK is a flexible and cost-effective local option for school districts to offer school readiness opportunities to more young children. Early Edge California released a new brief to support districts.
Children: The Bay Area's Greatest Investment
Early Edge was honored to cohost “Children: The Bay Area’s Greatest Investment,” one of about a half dozen gatherings convened by the White House to discuss President Obama’s call to enroll 6 million low-income kids in pre-k by 2020.
Early Childhood Education Partnership Applauds Significant State Budget Gains for California’s Children in Joint Statement
Educators laud spending plan: Budget signed by Gov. Brown offers billions more for California students
California is one step closer to providing our 4 year olds with the early education opportunities they need – help us cross the finish line! Please email your Senators and urge an "aye" vote on AB 47 for our young children and our state's future. more
Please join Early Edge California on Friday, August 14, 2015 for a webinar to learn about the timing and expectations for the applications for new funding for the California State Preschool Program (CSPP). more
This webinar from Early Edge California covers the timing and expectations for the applications for new funding for the California State Preschool Program (CSPP). more
The California Senate Education Committee voted to pass AB 47 (McCarty) – the Preschool for All Act of 2015 with bipartisan support. more
Today Gov. Jerry Brown signed the 2015-16 Budget Act, which includes over $300 million in increased investments and important policy developments for early care and education. more