Senate holds the line on pre-K funding at public schools, but Walz defeats measure to empower parents choices for their children. Do you think K-12 schools should provide programs for three and four year-olds?

Voluntary Pre-K held at 2017 level, but does not target neediest children – American Experiment

Minnesota is spending enormous sums of money on education programs for very young children, but the state’s mission is muddled and the results discouraging. Plus, the policy forces private child care providers to compete with “free” child care, threatening to create a government monopoly on ch…


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