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By PBS NewsHour
Children in Oklahoma don't wait for kindergarten to begin public education; there's preschool for anyone who wants it. While costly, the government program has been hailed for the long-term benefits and has become a national model. Special correspondent Cat Wise…
By April Brown
A popular cereal, a brand-name soda or frozen food in the freezer -- these are examples of "environmental print" and they are often some of the first words children learn.
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Want your child to go to a state-funded pre-K program? Choose your home state wisely. A new report to be released Tuesday finds wide disparities in the number of spots available for publicly funded preschool programs. A whopping…
Around the country, 30 governors are proposing the expansion of preschool programs in their states. But what makes a pre-K program sufficiently educational? And how will the U.S. pay for these programs? Special correspondent John Tulenko of Learning Matters examines…
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