California Fair Share

A grassroots campaign to make sure everyone gets a fair shot, pays their fair share and plays by the same rules

Monthly Archives: May, 2014

TONIGHT: Early Learning Workshop for Parents, Educators, and Providers

Join us tonight at 5:30pm at our office 1314 H Street in downtown Sacramento for the Early Learning Workshop! RSVP for the event here:  With Raising California Together, we’re hosting a … Continue reading

May 29, 2014

Gov. Brown’s Budget Fails to Invest in Early Education

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 13, 2014 CONTACT: Jason Pfeifle, 510-844-6884, jason@fairshareonline.org IN REVISED BUDGET, GOV. BROWN BUCKS NATIONAL TREND, FAILS TO INCLUDE NEW MONEY FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Across the … Continue reading

May 13, 2014

REPORT: Early Education Cuts Crime, Saves Money

Report: Early childhood education programs could cut crime and save money in Merced County By Ana B. Ibarra, Merced Sun Star, May 11, 2014 Investing in high-quality early education programs … Continue reading

May 12, 2014 · 1 Comment

Boston Globe: Fund early education, as Oklahoma does

Fund early education, as Oklahoma does By Yvonne Abraham, Boston Globe, If only Massachusetts were more like Oklahoma. You read that right. Not, of course, the Oklahoma that botched an … Continue reading

May 6, 2014 · 1 Comment

OP-ED: Invest Early in All Our Children

As we expand access to early childhood education, we must recognize that children with special needs will require more intensive support than others. Opinion Editorial by MaryLee Allen and Daniel Hains, Children’s … Continue reading

May 2, 2014

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@cafairshare interns Paulette Greenhouse and Jay Rivera complete a poster prior to today's 2 PM press conference at Congressman Ami Bera's Rancho Cordova district office, to urge Congressional leaders to stop cuts to education. We did it! @CAFairShare State Director Patrick Stelmach (center), with interns Paulette Greenhouse and Jay Rivera celebrate after gathering 206 signatures in a few rainy hours at American River College in Sacramento on Nov. 21. Join the fight to stop cuts to education. Sign the petition online: http://Bit.ly/kidsnotcuts
@livinginthegridlock #kidsnotcuts @CAFairShare communications intern Jay Rivera talks to an American River College student about the impact of a proposed $6.9 billion in cuts to education at a petition drive Nov. 21. Join the fight and sign the petition online: http://Bit.ly/kidsnotcuts