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State initiatives to promote early learning: Next steps in coordinating subsidized child care, Head Start, and state prekindergarten

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): Schumacher, Rachel; Greenberg, Mark H.; Lombardi, Joan;
Date Issued: April, 2001
Publisher(s): Center for Law and Social Policy
Description: This document addresses the expanded funding for subsidized child care, the Head Start program, and in some states, prekindergarten initiatives. It describes the challenges facing Georgia, Massachusetts, and Ohio in addressing the need to provide work supports for families and the need to address school readiness for all children. The paper also offers recommendations to these states.

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