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Children's Champions Update - January 29, 2018
Be the champion our children, families, and educators need you to be. Come to Washington, D.C. with your state team to make your voices heard!
2018 Public Policy Forum
Sunday, March 4 - Tuesday, March 6
Crystal Gateway Marriott, Arlington, Virginia
At Public Policy Forum, you will:
- Acquire skills, resources, and experiences to help you be the best advocate you can be
- Engage with national and state policy leaders
- Learn about new tools, strategies, and tactics to try in your own state and community
- Build critical relationships on Capitol Hill with members of Congress and their staff
REGISTER for the Public Policy Forum by reaching out to your state team leader today to reserve your spot. You'll be joining a state team of fellow educators and advocates!
The extended deadline for registration and housing is Wednesday, February 7, 2018.
For more information on how to secure your room and other details, please visit the 2018 Public Policy Forum webpage or contact us at [email protected].
Cost: $25/person for Sunday's half-day Electoral Advocacy bootcamp (which you won't want to miss!) and $50/person for Monday and Tuesday, which includes expert policy briefings, skill-building breakout sessions and an energizing, exciting Day on the Hill.
And remember, having the opportunity to participate in the Public Policy Forum is a NAEYC Member-Only benefit. If you're not a member, join right now!
We look forward to welcoming you to Washington, D.C. and to working with you to advocate for high-quality early childhood education and educators!
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