How Public Preschool Can Help, and How to Make Sure It Doesn’t Hurt

The New York Times | Claire Cain Miller

“The No. 1 way to improve quality, researchers say, is to pay teachers more. Child care is one of the worst-paid professions in the country.”

A new measure in Washington could provide financial assistance for child care nationwide and make pre-K free for children ages 3 and 4. This article from The New York Times looks at how universal pre-K and quality child care improves development outcomes for children and emphasizes the need for careful design when creating such a large policy that impacts young children.

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