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“But one rigorous study provides both of these metrics for comparison: Arthur Reynolds, Judy Temple and colleagues' Age-28 study of graduates of Chicago Child Parent Centers, a high-quality pre-k program set in the Chicago public schools.”
“Moreover, we know exactly how to implement high-quality pre-k programs.”
“Given Chetty et al's contention that a $182 increase merits policymaker attention, pre-k programs like the Chicago Child-Parent Centers should command it.”
“But late last month, Janet Doman was a guest for a podcast on the BAM Radio Network, an online education channel for pre-k and elementary school educators.”
“As a preschool and pre-k teacher, I used songs every day to help children learn many topics and aspects of reading, math, science, and social studies.”
“States and school districts are using pre-k as the foundation for their education reform strategies, because its benefits multiply when aligned with other effective reforms.”
“Decades of research demonstrate that high-quality pre-k produces short- and long-term impacts in academic performance, especially among low-income children.”
“According to the Office of the State Superintendent of Education, there were enough slots this year among traditional public and charter schools, community-based organizations participating in the Child Care Subsidy Program, and private providers to provide services child care or pre-k to every child seeking services ages 3 or 4.”
“Similarly, investments in “greening” existing school facilities to reduce their energy consumption will produce substantial, ongoing savings that school districts can use to fund pre-k, increased teacher compensation, and other educational programs.”
“Trying to find a pre-k for my little one as well, interviewing schools, and looking for all of the immunization records (which are never where I thought they would or should be)”
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