April 1st, 2014

WATCH: The State of Preschool

Everyone from President Obama to NYC’s mayor Bill de Blasio is talking about providing more preschool. How much of the conversation, however, is about quality preschool? What does that look like? What’ll it cost? And what can taxpayers expect in the way of a return? John Tulenko raises all these questions and more with Steve Barnett, president of the National Institute of Early Education Research (NIEER), and a leading expert on the state of preschool around the country.

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I am delighted to see such emphasis finally devoted to the very young in our communities. Kids may not have developed reading and writing skills at 3-5 years old. However, they can speak and the utter brilliance and pure honesty of their being needs to have a forum. Our program “globaldreams.org” is available and willing to assist in the nurturing and support of young children. Thank you

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