Early Childhood Advocates Speak Up On a Busy Day at the Colorado Capitol

Nearly 80 participants meet with legislators to show support for early childhood development and learning.

DENVER—February 28, 2013.  Early childhood advocates, including parents, service providers and others, gathered at the Colorado State Capitol today to explore the latest issues in early childhood policymaking, learn new advocacy skills and reach out to lawmakers to ensure Colorado’s youngest children are at the forefront of their minds as they craft policy impacting the lives of children and families. Early Childhood Advocacy Day was co-hosted by the Colorado Children’s Campaign and Clayton Early Learning to raise the voices of parents, caregivers and early childhood professionals. The event was also supported by 30 partner organizations.

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