Preschool education reports

2001 encourages the use of Title I, Part A funds for preschool programs. Findings from research indicate that services may be most effective if focused on students in the earliest grades at schools that receive funds under this part. Preschool children currently participating in preschool programs primarily funded by Title I, Part A. Preschool education reports document includes a list of the available state reporting periods.

All rights reserved to Florida Dept. The State Preschool Yearbook is an annual publication which has tracked the funding, access, and policies of state-funded preschool programs since the 2001-2002 school year. The Yearbook seeks to improve the public’s knowledge and understanding of state efforts to expand the availability of high-quality education to young children in the 21st century. 2015 Did State Pre-k get back on track in 2015? 2013 Pre-k after the recession: stalled or turning up? A unit of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

New from NIEER The State of Preschool 2017 Progress in early education depends more than ever on the states. Our new report highlights which states invest best in their young children and which leave too many children behind. Founded in 2002, NIEER improves children’s lives by promoting early learning and development through research informing effective, evidence-based policy. Quality Preschools Set Kids Up For Success.