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Best way to break cycle of poverty

As Governor Gina Raimondo said, one way we can continue to make a difference for kids in Rhode Island is to expand early childhood education. It’s the best way to break the cycle of poverty.

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For Saltes, football not in master plan

Teton Saltes, a University of New Mexico redshirt junior offensive lineman and former Valley High standout felt right at home earlier this week when he spent a few days in the nation’s capital advocating for the Save the Children Action Network.

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Raising a voice for children in crisis

Every day, children in the United States and all over the world are waking up to conflict and crisis – both man-made and natural. Crises take kids away from their homes, their schools, their friends, and have serious, lasting consequences.

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Letter: Expand access to child care

The future prosperity of Washington depends on our ability to support our next generation. Unfortunately many families live in what’s known as a “child care desert,” without access to affordable, high-quality child care.

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