too small to fail

Books and diapers may seem like an odd couple. In fact, diapers are an indispensible ingredient for early childhood success
As the Co-Chair of the Congressional Caucus on Foster Youth, I have time and again seen the power of positive mentorship. With encouragement and opportunity, many of the roughly 424,000 children in America's foster system go on to lead successful lives.
“We’re going to be able to reach parents and families in what is not often thought of as a critical setting,” Patti Miller
We live in a complex world and it's one Clinton knows well. There are no easy answers on how to deal with ISIS, the Iranians, the Israeli/Palestinian question, race relations, etc. Anyone who suggests there are easy answers to these and other thorny issues should be regarded as a fool.
Studies have found that by age 4, children in lower income families have heard 30 million fewer words than their more affluent peers. This disparity in hearing words directly translates into a disparity in learning words
With a boost from Hillary Clinton last weekend in San Diego, the American Academy of Pediatricians launched the next phase of its campaign to help close the "word gap" between children in high- and low-income families.
In a recent Washington Post article it was reported that the federal Healthy Start program was changing and becoming more
At the national conference of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) this past weekend, I got to hear Hillary Clinton talk about the AAP's partnership with her "Too Small to Fail" campaign. It made me happy -- and sad.
A new campaign from the early childhood initiative Too Small To Fail is using clever T-shirts to encourage parents to teach
Recent attacks from the right wing on the success of Bill and Hillary Clinton since leaving the White House are absurd. If Republicans are looking for someone who is out of touch and does not reflect middle-class values at heart, they only need to look in the mirror.
Children who grow up as readers become engaged citizens of the global world, and every child deserves that right to read.
As Head Start centers around the country close because of the federal government shutdown, Hillary Clinton is advancing herself as an advocate for the nation's littlest learners -- an important, popular and risk-free position.
Clinton, the former secretary of state and first lady, early Thursday posted an op-ed to the website of Too Small To Fail
There are fears that the Obama Administration is reluctant to risk political capital to prioritize and aggressively push for his Initiative unless early childhood investments will boost the President's approval ratings. This is one investment that should.