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Using Pre-K to Advance Education Reform

Opportunities for State Advisory Councils

Using Pre-K to Advance Education Reform
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By strengthening linkages between pre-k programs and education reform agendas, Early Childhood Councils are well positioned to influence their states’ school improvement activities. This brief identifies specific steps councils can take to maximize their states’ investments in early education including aligning policy prior to and following Pre-K.
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Date:
October 3, 2011
Project:
Pre-K Now

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