Educators: Too few Hispanic children attend preschool:

04/15/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Hispanic children are less likely to be enrolled in preschool programs that prepare them for school, according to several studies. In part because of this preschool gap, Hispanic children are more likely to start kindergarten with fewer reading and math skills than their white peers.

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