Across the country, governors are recognizing high-quality, voluntary pre-kindergarten as a proven school-reform strategy. In 2006, 24 leaders prioritized this effort by proposing increased funding to expand and enhance their states' pre-k programs. These investments promise to improve both K-12 systems and children's opportunities for success in kindergarten and in life. This report reviews the state of the state addresses and proposed budgets of our nation's governors and the mayor of the District of Columbia to assess their individual commitments to high-quality pre-k for all.
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Title: Leadership Matters: Governors' Pre-K Proposals Fiscal Year 2007
Publication date 2006-05-01
Publication Year 2006
Jennifer V. Doctors
, L. Carol Scott
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