Latino Access to Preschool Key in Narrowing Hispanic-White Gap, Says Study
Latino children are currently not enrolled in preschool programs in sufficient numbers, yet a new study finds that equalizing access to center-based preschool could close the Hispanic-white school readiness gap by 26 percent, according to findings in the current issue of The Future of Children, a joint Princeton/Brookings journal. The new issue focuses on "Literacy Challenges for the Twenty-First Century."
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