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Published on Jul 5, 2016
Washington State’s pre-K program is relatively small, but serves some of the state’s most vulnerable youngsters. It was one of four early-childhood education programs featured in a new report by the Learning Policy Institute. State Representative Ruth Kagi, who chairs the House Early Learning and Human Services Committee talks about how advocates convinced state lawmakers to fund early-childhood programs, and the importance of high quality standards. ____________________
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