Massachusetts shifts priorities in quest for universal preschool

09/9/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

After two years of trying to expand preschool access statewide, Massachusetts has done little in terms of winnowing down a waiting list of 4,400 children whose families cannot afford preschool on their own, opting instead to boost the academic standards of existing programs before making them financially accessible for a greater number of youth, per a report commissioned by the state's Department of Early Childhood Education and Care.

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