S.C. preschool ruling still not met, lawyer says

South Carolina is dragging its feet in implementing court-ordered early childhood education programs, according to a school lawyer. A judge found last year that the state fell short in early childhood intervention and preschool programs, which prompted lawmakers to spend $23.5 million on a small-scale pilot program to enroll 4-year-olds in many low-income districts in full-day classes.

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