In many cities, preschool gap has grown

In many cities, preschool gap has grown

There are 1 comment on the Connecticut Post story from Aug 8, 2013, titled In many cities, preschool gap has grown. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

Children, age 0-4, in poverty in 2011 Ansonia 20 Bridgeport 2922 Derby 192 Easton 0 Fairfield 117 Milford 66 Monroe 34 Norwalk 502 Oxford 29 Seymour 0 Shelton 54 Stratford 54 Trumbull 50 Weston 0 Westport 24 Source:, Connecticut Early Care & Education Progress Report, 2012 Nathan, 9, is entering the fourth grade at Discovery School .

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Waterbury, CT

#1 Aug 9, 2013
do kids really need "pre-school" or is it just babysitting?

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