Full-day kindergarten benefits students, parents

12/29/2003 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Between 1969 and 2000, the percentage of American children in full-day kindergarten programs grew from 11% to 60%. In Los Angeles and other districts nationwide, full-day kindergarten is appealing to both affluent parents seeking academic-based programs for their children and struggling parents who need child care so they can work at full-time jobs.

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