If enacted, proposed cuts to the nation’s largest anti-hunger program will leave vulnerable kids hungry and struggling at school.
Issue Moving in Congress
A handful of U.S. Senators have been outspoken on the need to renew federal funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Add your voice!
Will GOP leaders step up and renew the successful Children’s Health Insurance Program, or leave states and schools scrambling to provide critical services?
The tax bill passed by Senate Republicans in the wee hours of the morning embodies the the misguided priorities of GOP leaders in Washington.
If you’re a young American who dreams of becoming a teacher, or pharmacist, or maybe even the scientist who charts our course to Mars, the GOP tax plan may put an axe to your aspirations.
Brett Parker says his governor’s failed economic “experiment”—which bears striking resemblance to the GOP tax plan in Congress—came at great cost to students and educators in Kansas.
The U.S. House of Representatives recently unveiled its tax reform proposal–a $5 trillion plan filled with hefty handouts for the wealthy at the expense of middle-class and working families, and the Senate version is even worse.
Possible draconian cuts to public education could lead to ballooning class sizes.
Educators share how the students they work with will be affected as funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program dries up.
By Amanda Litvinov Take Action › Urge Congress to renew CHIP funding. Click here› It’s technically not part of Audrey Nichols’s job as bookkeeper at Landmark Elementary School in Little Rock, Ark., to help families enroll in programs like Medicaid or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), but she routinely does so by referring families … Continued