Category Archives: Guest Blogs

Guest Blog: Broader Bolder Approach to Education

Julian Castro’s Risky Proposition: Solidly Backed by Evidence As students in Washington, DC and across the country head back to school, the education spotlight is on the Republican and Democratic national conventions. Leaders of both political parties promote policies that they contend will boost academic achievement and narrow stubborn black-white and rich-poor achievement gaps. The […]

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Guest Blog: Mills College

Building Partnerships for Effective Advocacy: Connections with The Mills College School of Education An important step in building a national movement to promote the importance of the children’s first three years, is to strengthen the professional workforce responsible for working with infants, toddlers and their families during these pivotal years. The Mills College School of Education […]

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Guest Blogs

For Our Babies is inviting guest bloggers (individuals and organizations) that have similar goals as this campaign to share resources and information. You locate the guest blogs using the “Guest Blog” blog category. Our first guest blog will be from Children Now talking about the Children’s Movement.

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Guest Blog: Children Now

Children Now has launched The Children’s Movement of California and asks that you consider partnering with us. Joining the Movement signifies a desire to connect to other groups around the state and collectively push California’s policymakers harder to prioritize children’s health and education. As part of the Movement you will be alerted when legislative opportunities for […]

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