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Rally For Babies


Wednesday, December 10th



When infants and toddlers get a strong start, our nation prospers. That’s why on December 10th, ZERO TO THREE will Rally4Babies as President Obama hosts the White House Summit on Early Education to increase access to high-quality early learning opportunities for young children.

Why are we rallying? Because we know that too many young children fall behind even before they step into the pre-kindergarten classroom, sometimes even before a child’s first birthday. And if kids start out behind, they often stay behind.

But we also know a common-sense solution: invest in high-quality early learning and child development services that begin at birth. Rally4Babies is an opportunity for you to join the White House and thousands of advocates across the country to support early learning opportunities for babies and toddlers.

ZERO TO THREE will Rally4Babies on December 10th as we kick off our 29th National Training Institute (NTI) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Whether at NTI or at home, you can join us to send the clear message that learning happens from the start, and so should our investments in children.


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