In October, the Colorado Children’s Campaign joined several other Colorado organizations in signing on to a letter to support the passage of a clean Dream Act.
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We are excited to welcome a new research analyst, Erica Manoatl, to the Children’s Campaign family! Erica joined us this week after working as a research assistant at Columbia University, investigating the areas of child health and school readiness and performance. Erica also served as […]
Coloradans now have access to a new source of information on how well babies and young children are being screened for developmental milestones—and how we compare to other states reporting on similar services. Information released in November shows Colorado is performing in the top half of states.
The Council for A Strong America, a bipartisan nonprofit organization with leaders in Colorado, released a report earlier this week to assess the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on productivity, crime and military eligibility in our state.
The Colorado Health Foundation offers the fifth workshop in the ongoing learning series, Advocating for Impact: Legal Advocacy and Strategic Litigation on Wednesday, Dec. 6.
If Congress doesn’t act by tomorrow to extend the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), our health coverage gains for Colorado kids will be in serious jeopardy.
This week the Children’s Campaign joined a broad group of health advocates in supporting proposed new rules to child care centers for school-age kids being considered by the state of Colorado.