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Cradle to Career ED Request Community Support for state funding

PlanScape Impact(s): Children & Youth ; Diversity and Inclusion ; Education ; Governance/Public Policy ; Workforce Development
Last modified: June 23, 2021 Public Report From Cradle to Career

 

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Message from C2C Executive Director

 

 


 

Sample Email and State Officials Email

 


 

Representative Liebling/Senator Nelson,

Please advocate for new state funding for Cradle 2 Career and the Education Partnerships Coalition in the final education agreement. During COVID-19 and civil unrest, Cradle 2 Career has supported efforts to ensure all families in Rochester had access to food, supplied hot spots and laptops to families in need, have the beginning of a collective, local data warehouse that will inform and drive collective decision making across our community, all of which impact the stagnate educational and racial inequities experienced by students. The work of Cradle 2 Career is now more important than ever. We need to ensure Cradle 2 Career and the EPC partners can provide a deeper level of services so more families thrive. Please advocate for new funding for Cradle 2 Career and the Education Partnerships Coalition. Thank you!


 

Representative Tina Liebling 651-296-0573 rep.tina.liebling@house.mn

Senator Carla Nelson 651-296-4848 sen.carla.nelson@senate.mn Representative Melissa Hortman 651-296-4280 

rep.melissa.hortman@house.mn

Senator Paul Gazelka 651-296-4875 sen.paul.gazelka@senate.mn

Representative Rena Moran 651-296-5158 rep.rena.moran@house.mn


 

 

 


 

PlanScape Impact(s): Children & Youth ; Diversity and Inclusion ; Education ; Governance/Public Policy ; Workforce Development
Last modified: June 23, 2021 Public Report From Cradle to Career

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