Category Archives: Access to Pre-k

Rep. Miller: “It’s Not Tough To Kick A Child Out of Head Start”

The House Republicans must not have gotten the memo. After 40 years of research, including numerous recent studies that show investment in pre-k to be a sound budgetary decision Continue reading

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Hey Abbott!

In 1998 the New Jersey Supreme Court mandated that 31 school districts provide universal pre-k services because of a lawsuit involving inequitable funding. The case, Abbott vs. Burke resulted in numerous changes in the districts involved in the lawsuit including … Continue reading

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