Ready To Learn, the grant program that has supported public television's kids educational content, like Sesame Street and SUPER WHY!, is in danger. Right now, the Senate is considering the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (formerly known as No Child Left Behind) and Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona has submitted an amendment, S.A. 2158, that would end Ready To Learn. Please help save Ready To Learn, a proven effective program that helps roughly 32 million early learners get ready for school each month.
Jul 12, 2015
Ready To Learn, the grant program that has supported public television’s kids educational content, like Sesame Street, Peg + Cat, Curious George, SUPER WHY!, Martha […]
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