Michigan Is Spending $107M More on Pre-K − Here’s What the Money Will Buy

December 8, 2023


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Presented by The Conversation

In Michigan, 32% of 4-year-olds participate in the state’s public pre-K program. In this article for The Conversation, Christina Weiland, associate professor of education at the University of Michigan, and Ajay Chaudry, a research scholar at New York University, answer questions regarding the state’s plan to further support the program with an additional $107M in funding. The tandem explains what will be funded and the benefits of pre-K.

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