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Child Care and Early Education Adocacy Day

Register by February 17th for the Child Care & Early Learning Advocacy Day in Topeka on March 1st

Connect with elected officials, families, and professionals to advocate for safe, quality child care and early education opportunities for every Kansas kid.

Learn more about how public policy can impact child care and early education programs.

Make a difference by sharing your experiences with lawmakers.

We need as many child care advocates to come as possible to network, meet with their legislators, and discuss the challenges and priorities in the field of early childhood education in Kansas- will you be there?

Zero to Thrive is offering an up to $100 travel reimbursement for rural stakeholders (they do not have to be child care providers, just child care advocates) and they need to complete this brief survey in order to apply for the reimbursement.

Funds will be divvied up on a first come first serve basis

To learn more and register for the Child Care Advocacy Day on March 1st visit this link --

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