President Joe Biden is expected to call for community college and free pre-school in his first speech to Congress.
He is expected this while he delivers his first address to a joint session of Congress.
Speaking on the eve of his 100th day in office, the Democrat will pitch $3 trillion (£2.9 trillion). It will all be on child care, family leave, and education.
Also, Mr Biden has already sped $2 trillion on the COVID package.
History will also e created as, for the first time, two women will sit behind the president during a speech to Congress.
Kamla Harris, the US vice-president, and Nancy Pelosi, House of Representatives Speaker, will be present. It will be at the rostrum during Wednesday’s night primetime address.
The US president’s State of the Union-style words would be followed by the traditional return speech from the contrary party.
As of this occasion, it will be delivered by the South Carolina Republican, Senator Tim Scott.
Mr Scott is a latent contender of the 2024 White House who is African American and a leading voice in his race.
What will happen at Biden’s speech to Congress?
President Biden will speak at 21:00 EDT (02:00 BST on Thursday) from a US capitol that is still ringed by security fencing. Moreover, following the storming of the complex on January 6 by Pro-Trump rebels, he will be guarded by National troops.
White House said, before his speech, he will meet the congressional staff who were caught in the building during the riot.
Around 1,600 guests usually attend a president’s address to a joint session of Congress. But this year, due to the COVID prevention protocol, only about 200 people will get invitations.
Buoyed by solid approval ratings, Mr President will look to the tens of millions of Americans.
The president seeks to build public support for two massive packages- the Americans’ plan family and the Americans’ job plans. Analysts project will entail the far-reaching reform of the US social safety net since the 1960s.
The White House has shown that by almost doubling the capital gains tax rate on incomes above $1 million, backing the package. The rate would rise to 39.6%, hiking the top income-tax braces for houses earning over $400,000 at the same level.