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Quality pre-K helps low-income students score better on reading tests

The Star-Telegram – Diane Smith

“Participating in full-day, high-quality pre-kindergarten helps low-income students perform better on reading tests in third grade, according to a study released Thursday by the nonprofit Children At Risk. The study, a collaboration among several nonprofits, is called “Pre-K in Texas: A Critical Component for Academic Success.” The Meadows Foundation in Dallas and the the Miles Foundation in Fort Worth helped produce the report, which is described as the biggest study of its kind since 2012.”(more)

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