Pre-kindergarten programs are of a lot of interest to readers here, both from a policy and a personal standpoint. Readers want to know how important it is for their child to be in a “good” pre-K program (whatever that means), and it’s hard to avoid the national or local policy conversation about introducing universal pre-K.…

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