The New York Times | Claire Cain Miller
“Leaders of Colorado’s universal preschool initiative are well aware that infant and toddler care, which is more expensive to provide than preschool, can be decimated when publicly funded universal programs roll out. That’s why they’re recommending incentives for child care providers who continue to serve the state’s infants and toddlers.”
Recommendations for developing and implementing Colorado’s upcoming universal pre-K program were released last week. Chalkbeat Colorado‘s Ann Schimke identifies a few of the biggest takeaways.