This July 1, kids and families across the state should begin to feel the effects of the Fair Start for Kids Act—the historic investment in early learning that state lawmakers passed during the 2021 legislative session.
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New KIDS COUNT report highlights many kids in Washington struggle to meet basic needs
Over the past month, in state legislatures across the country, lawmakers have introduced harmful policies that target nonbinary and transgender children.
State House and Senate leaders released their two-year budgets late last week. The budgets represent real progress for Washington’s kids and families.
When we all come together to support each other, especially in times like these, we build a foundation for a healthy future.
The pandemic is posing formidable challenges to the health, education and economic stability of kids and families—and children of color are most exposed.
Here in Washington and across the country, the open enrollment period for health coverage on state-based exchanges has begun.
KIDS COUNT brief urges lawmakers to act boldly on behalf of kids & families
When I stepped into my role as the new Executive Director of Children’s Alliance, I was humbled to succeed Paola Maranan, a dear friend who I’ve long admired as a champion for racial equity. I was equally excited to join an organization with a well-deserved reputation for advancing anti-racism.
At Children’s Alliance, we are working to dismantle the barriers kids face to brighter, stronger futures.