Bill would help world’s children get an education

SnohomishFebruary 20, 2014 

Always good news when voters back education and give schools the chance to “experience some major upgrades during the next few years.” (The Olympian, Feb. 12)

It’s such a contrast to the 57 million children in our world who have no education. A bipartisan bill in the House of Representatives could help change that.

The Education for All Act would support the opportunity for all children to go to school. By supporting the successful Global Partnership for Education this is possible.

This legislation also calls for American funds to be used more efficiently to reach these goals. Voters can make this upgrade in opportunity for 57 million children a reality by contacting their representatives and requesting the passage of Education for All.

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