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Working to expand access to proven programs that have long-term benefits of reducing crime and improving Washington's workforce

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With pressure to fully fund basic education, K-12 education will dominate Washington’s 2017 legislative session. Nonetheless, business, law enforcement and military leaders will continue to make a strong case for effective investments in children and youth. Our members in Washington stand up for expanded access to high-quality early learning programs like pre-K and home visiting that have proven long-term benefits of reducing crime and building a highly-skilled workforce.


March 1, 2017

Washington: Preschool is the Key to Reducing Crime

Washington state can save $386 million by improving the quality of its preschool while cutting crime, says this report by Fight Crime: Invest in Kids


Our Members in Washington

  1. Greg Zempel

    County Prosecutor, Kittitas County (WA) Prosecuting Attorney’s Office

  2. Eleanor V. Valentin

    Rear Admiral (Ret.)

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