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State slow to raise preschool access

Study cites funding, shift in priority

Teacher Josette Nicolas read the preschool class a story at the Castle Square School. New materials, including books, were bought with additional state funding for the school. Teacher Josette Nicolas read the preschool class a story at the Castle Square School. New materials, including books, were bought with additional state funding for the school. (Bill Greene/Globe Staff)
By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / September 9, 2008

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The state's two-year effort to create universal access to preschool has so far provided more than 100 programs with new classroom materials, computers, or teacher bonuses but has done little to expand access, according to a report being released today. (Full article: 637 words)

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