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The state of pre-k in the District of Columbia: 2015 pre-k report

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Pursuant to the reporting requirements in the Pre-K Act and as a component of the oversight agency's role, OSSE produces an annual report on the status of pre-K in the District. The following report highlights the progress made in Fiscal Year 2015 (FY15) and addresses the following: (1) the quality of current public pre-K programs; (2) the capacity of public pre-K programs and the manner in which Head Start programs are incorporated into the early learning system; and (3) the current status of pre-K education in all sectors, including the status of monitoring, assessment, and quality improvement -- all core components of a robust accountability process. In addition, this report concludes with potential next steps to inform future investments, address current challenges, and leverage successes in order to ensure all young children in DC have the educational and health supports necessary to succeed in school and in life. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
District of Columbia

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