Study highlights a dip in funding for U.S. preschool programs

04/26/2011 | Washington Post, The

State funding for early-childhood education declined by $30 million, nationwide, from 2009 to 2010, a study released today shows. The National Institute for Early Education Research study pointed to state budget shortfalls as a reason for the decline. The study also found that just 26% of 4-year-olds across the country were enrolled last year in a pre-K program.

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