Jennifer Garner attended a Senate hearing yesterday where she called for an increased investment in early childhood education. The actress is the Save the Children’s U.S. Programs Artist Ambassador and testified before the Senate Subcommittee on Children and Families.
“The words a toddler hears, the music that makes them tap their feet and the games they play builds the foundation for the next two decades of their education,” said Garner, pictured entering the Dirksen Senate Office Building.
The actively involved mother of two has made it her cause to help all children thrive.
“Simply put, it should be a right for every single toddler to be enrolled in a high-quality, early education program,” the actress continued.